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2017 Cabernet Sauvignon

picked

September 28, 2017

First quarter moon

pressed

October 24, 2017

Waxing crescent moon

racked

May 22, 2019

Waning gibbous moon

bottled

May 31, 2019

Waning crescent moon

With a late heat spike, our vines shut down a bit, which ultimately gave the clusters more time to develop flavor without becoming over-ripe. Hand-picked, meticulously sorted, this was the first year we included block seven into the blend, and we are smitten with her. Block one (45%) gives us our fennel and star anise, block three (32%) gives us our cedar and tobacco leaf, and block seven (18%) gives us everything pretty: plum, currant, orange zest, cocoa and rosemary, freshly grated nutmeg. 


2017 Cabernet Franc

picked

September 8, 2017

Waning gibbous moon

pressed

October 5, 2017

Full moon

racked

May 22, 2019

Waning gibbous moon

bottled

May 31, 2019

Waning crescent moon

This bold, ruby red elixir is unique, powerful, and bursting with energy. Planted in 2010, we’re arriving at the place where the vines self-regulate how much fruit they want to carry, and every year will continue to hone their nature craft. Black pepper, dried herbs, sage and thyme, dusty raspberry, plum, spicy vanilla, with a chalky, textural finish. This wine will age well because of its robust tannin, beautiful fruit, and an abundance of acid. 


2017 Petit Verdot

picked

September 29, 2017

First quarter moon

pressed

October 31, 2017

Waxing gibbous moon

racked

May 22, 2019

Waning gibbous moon

bottled

May 31, 2019

Waning crescent moon

The is our big boy, but still a gentle giant. On the nose you find lavender, sage, leather, pepper, and fresh cedar… carried through to the palette with graphite, black currant, and black tea. Every time I open this wine, it drinks incredibly well.