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  • 2015 Oat Valley Carignane Photo
    2015 Oat Valley Carignane
    $28.00
  • 2014 Rockpile Reserve Petite Photo
    2014 Rockpile Reserve Petite
    $40.00
  • 2014 Oat Valley Carignane Photo
    2014 Oat Valley Carignane

    Our legendary Rockpile grower, Jack Florence Sr., also farms this creekside vineyard in the northern tip of Dry Creek Valley. Our Florence Petite is brighter in acidity with riper berry flavors than its more elegant Rockpile counterpart.

     

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  • 2014 Pinot Noir Photo
    2014 Pinot Noir

    Larson Vineyard, in the Sonoma side of Carneros, is owned by our friend and fellow home brewer, Ken Larson. In our Pinot Noir we blended two Dijon clones: 60% clone 115 and 40% clone 667, both hailing from the Dijon region of Burgundy originally.  We really like the complex flavors, rich fruit and spicy firm tannin structure that this wine delivers…truly a classic “iron fist in a velvet glove!”

    $30.00
  • 2013 Florence Petite Sirah Photo
    2013 Florence Petite Sirah

    The Petite Sirah is farmed by legendary Rockpile grower Jack Florence on a well-draining, rocky riverbed vineyard. Located on the northern tip of Dry Creek Valley, this Petite Sirah is brighter and jammier than its Rockpile counterpart.

     

    $40.00
  • 2012 King Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon Photo
    2012 King Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon

    The high elevation of this vineyard (2000 feet in “coastal” west Sonoma County) gives it an elegant flavor profile, a bit similar to our wines from the Rockpile AVA.  The vineyard faces several sheer granite rock outcroppings called The Devil’s Ribs, which absorb all the sun’s heat all day long and radiate it back slowly all night, allowing the fruit to get more evenly ripe earlier in the harvest season.  It is graciously styled with black cherry-cassis fruit and a nice hint of tobacco and cedar-spice, with a long smooth finish.

    $40.00
  • 2013 King Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon Photo
    2013 King Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon

    The high elevation of this vineyard (2000 feet in “coastal” west Sonoma County) gives it an elegant flavor profile, a bit similar to our wines from the Rockpile AVA.  The vineyard faces several sheer granite rock outcroppings called The Devil’s Ribs, which absorb all the sun’s heat all day long and radiate it back slowly all night, allowing the fruit to get more evenly ripe earlier in the harvest season.  It is graciously styled with black cherry-cassis fruit and a nice hint of tobacco and cedar-spice, with a long smooth finish.

    $40.00
  • 2012 Rockpile Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Photo
    2012 Rockpile Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
    * Wine Club Only

    Our Rockpile Reserve®  titles designate a series of elegant red wines from the Rockpile AVA, 1000-2000 feet above Lake Sonoma and the Dry Creek Valley in NW Sonoma County.  This Cabernet Sauvignon is the second varietal of the series to be released, and it is comes from the Rockpile Vineyard of Rod and Cathy Park at 2000 foot elevation.  It is graciously styled with black cherry-cassis fruit and a nice hint of tobacco and cedar-spice, with the long smooth creamy finish that is so characteristic of Rockpile reds.

    $50.00
  • 2013 Rockpile Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Photo
    2013 Rockpile Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
    * Wine Club Only

    Our Rockpile Reserve®  titles designate a series of elegant red wines from the Rockpile AVA, 1000-2000 feet above Lake Sonoma and the Dry Creek Valley in NW Sonoma County.  This Cabernet Sauvignon is the second varietal of the series to be released, and it is comes from the Rockpile Vineyard of Rod and Cathy Park at 2000 foot elevation.  It is graciously styled with black cherry-cassis fruit and a nice hint of tobacco and cedar-spice, with the long smooth creamy finish that is so characteristic of Rockpile reds.

    $50.00
  • 2013 Rockpile Reserve Petite Sirah Photo
    2013 Rockpile Reserve Petite Sirah
    * Wine Club Only

    Our Rockpile Reserve®  titles designate a series of elegant red wines from the Rockpile AVA, 1000-2000 feet above Lake Sonoma and the Dry Creek Valley in NW Sonoma County.  The Petite Sirah is the from the Parks’ Rockpile Vineyard, one of the first vineyards to be planted in the AVA, back in 1988.  It is not a “rip your face off” Petite, but graciously styled while still full bodied, and packed with black pepper and sweet oak.

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