Burgundy Style Wines
Wines from the Burgundy region have been famous since the First Century. Chardonnay is the white wine of Burgundy while Pinot Noir is the red wine of Burgundy. In Northern California we have developed beautiful Burgundy style Chardonnay from our Dry Creek Valley vineyards and exceptional Pinot Noir from our vineyards in Russian River Valley.
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refers to the "little love affair"
that Bill has with the Amourette
vineyard at our home ranch. Developed to produce a Puligny-Montrachet style of Chardonnay it is the subject of an entire chapter in the book Way Beyond Wine . . . more →
is our second Chardonnay from Dry Creek Valley from the Dijon Musqué
clone delivering wonderfully complex, intense aromas in the glass
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for the joyous ecstasy
we found in remote, cool-climate vineyards where Pinot Noir develops the refined, Syrah-like qualities of the more northern Burgundian styles of Pinot from Cote de Nuits . . . more →
Passion, a powerful emotion.
Completely dedicated to its terroir our Russian River vineyard develops Pinot Noir presenting the seductive layers of rich, silky and well balanced flavor with a complexity only ever found in a few great wines . . . more →
Adore, regard with utmost esteem
this deliciously dry, pale pink Rosé of Pinot Noir with a subtle aroma, light body and savory finish
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