Vetunri Vineyard is located just north of Ukiah in Mendocino. The seventy-year-old Zinfandel vines are deeply rooted in the Pinole Series gravelly loam made from sandstone, shale, and quartz. You’ll find baseball sized hunks of rock deposited by alluvial flows throughout the site. The beautiful organic bush-vines thrive despite being dry farmed since their planting. Whole-clusters were crushed by foot before fermentation kicked off in open-top vats. During the steady, warm fermentation, light punch-downs were done once a day. One delestage was performed to increase extraction. The wine was aged in neutral flex tank and neutral barrique for 19 months before being racked and bottled. 25ppm of Sulphur was added after malolactic conversion, and an additional 10ppm were added before bottling. 13.5% ABV



Coplan Vineyard is located in Carneros. Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are planted on wright loam soils. The cool temperatures in addition to the cool soils results in ripening with lower sugar levels. They took over farming this vineyard two years ago and have converted it to organics and even time their spraying with the moon cycles. The grapes were destemmed and then fermented in open-top vats. Gentle punch-downs once per day for two weeks led to modest extraction. The wine was then aged in neutral Bordeaux barrels for two years. A small amount of sulphur was added once per year to keep the wine precise and fresh. The final product was bottled by gravity. 12.5% ABV

(322 Cases Produced) 793001

2015 ROSÉ

Venturi Vineyard can be found in Northern California, in Mendocino Country. Here you’ll find 70-year-old, dry farmed, head-trained Carignane vines. They are farmed organically and have their roots deep in sandstone, shale, and quartz. The grape clusters were pressed and the juice was allowed to settle overnight. Fermentation took place in a combination of neutral barrel and flex-tanks. It then spent 14 months on the lees before being bottled without fining nor filtration. 12.5% ABV

(250 Cases Produced) 793004



Located on an active volcano north of Sacremento, Dobson Vineyard falls into the Manton Valley AVA. At 850m above sea level, these 40-year-old, own rooted Chardonnay vines can be found in gravelly loam. They have recently taken over farming of this vineyard, converting to organics and, to a lesser extent, permaculture. Whole clusters were pressed and the resulting juice was fermented in flex-tank and neutral oak. No sulphur was added until after malolactic conversion. 10ppm of sulphur was also added before bottling which was done via gravity to avoid pumping. 13% ABV

(125 Cases Produced) 793002