The Mirama Chardonnay is a blend of some of our top vineyard sources in the Sonoma Coast. Our goal with this wine is to capture the marriage of the chilly Pacific Ocean and the Goldridge soils, crafting wine that is full of energy, elegance and persistence.
The Mirama Pinot Noir is a blend of our best vineyards on the Sonoma Coast. This wine captures the feeling of foggy mornings and the chilly breeze of the afternoons in this region. This allows for a long, steady flavor maturation while also preserve the energy of the wine. Cool, elegant, and seductive.
From an old vineyard outside of Hopland, classic Sangiovese notes of dark cherry, plum and rose petal. This marks our second Sangiovese from the Fox Hill Vineyard in Mendocino County. We made this one in a more traditional style than the 2018 with longer maceration and aging. The result is a deeply pitched wine full of depth, broad substance and spice. This wine will be perfect as the season changes with smells of Autumn in the air.
Ten-year-old Remy and her dad, Noah, owner and winemaker at Reeve Wines, together have made a few cases of a mouthwatering rosé called Remy Saves the Sea. Remy expressed interest in learning the ropes of how wine is made, and is also an aspiring surfer and lover of animals. Per her idea—for each bottle of wine sold—$5 will be donated to support ocean clean up. This rosé of Pinot Noir from 2020 harvest has a small percentage of Chardonnay blended in at the last minute, which lends itself to a sumptuous and delicious flavor profile.
All understated beauty and poise. If you want a selection to show a more restrained side of California Chardonnay, this is it. Our third vintage from the H. Klopp vineyard shows off its mineral and bright side. It is comprised of the heritage Mt. Eden and Old Wente clones grown on pure Goldridge soils in cool pocket outside of Sebastopol. This final blend is a combination of stainless steel (35%), neutral oak 35% and new French oak barrels (30%).
A dazzling cool-climate Pinot from a biodynamically farmed vineyard in the far deep-end of Anderson Valley. This one has it all. We will let someone else do the heavy lifting describing this wine. “The 2019 Pinot Noir Wendling Vineyard North Slope is marvelously complex right out of the gate. Crushed flowers, herbs, gravel and earthy inflections add layers of savory intensity to this wonderfully expressive, complete Pinot Noir.” 95+ points—Antonio Galloni