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2015 Estate 3-Pack Image
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98% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Petit Verdot (100% Ellman Estate Vineyard). Our inaugural release of the finest expression of our Estate Cabernet Sauvignon boasts a deep ruby hue with hints of violet at the meniscus. Layered aromatics of vanilla, boysenberries, crushed tobacco leaves and dried rose petals billow from the glass. The palate gives way to a myriad of dark fruits from cherries to blackberries, balanced with hints of cigar box, baking spice and sarsaparilla, and replete with mouth-coating tannins and a lengthy finish. This wine is incredibly focused; it can be enjoyed now, and possesses an age-worthy character to be enjoyed for years to come. Magnum and 3L formats. 68 cases produced

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2015 Jemma Image
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85% Cabernet Sauvignon (Ellman Estate Vineyard); 15% Merlot (Broken Rock). Our 2015 Jemma is marked by a deep ruby hue extending to the meniscus, with notes of pomegranate, cranberry, dried hibiscus flowers and graphite emanating from the glass. The palate is broad, with lush, ample tannins, and a delightful comingling of cassis, French tarragon, violets, forest floor and steak tartare that leaves you longing for more with each encounter. Available in Magnum and 3L formats. 157 cases produced

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2016 Brothers Blend Image
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87% Cabernet Sauvignon (Ellman Estate Vineyards and Stagecoach Vineyards), 9% Petit Verdot (Ellman Estate Vineyards), 4% Merlot (Hudson Vineyards). The 2016 Brothers Blend is a favorite at any table. It's readily approachable style makes it a perennial, emanating with notes of cassis, cocoa, sarsaparilla and a myriad of herbs reminiscent of Chartreuse.  Bright and fresh on the palette, it abounds with a gamut of red and black fruits from cherries to blackberries and plums, with notes of incense, oolong and pencil lead.  Walking the tight rope of a brooding, sultry expressive wine balanced by refreshing acidity and a tightly-wound core, the 2016 Brothers Blend pairs swimmingly with a range of fare from BBQ to roast duck.  265 cases produced

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2016 Alexis Skye Image
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60% Sangiacomo Family Roberts Road Vineyard, 40% Catie’s Corner Vineyard.  The 2016 Alexis Skye Pinot Noir marries the two unique expressions of the vineyard sources seamlessly. The long, slow growing season of the Sangiacomo Family Roberts Road vineyard in the Petaluma Gap imparts deep, dark flavors, while the Catie’s Corner vineyard in Russian River Valley has a lightness of being that’s impeccable. With a deep ruby hue, the nose is replete with fruits ranging from red to black—dried cranberries, raspberries and dark cherries, as well as subtle floral notes of violets and wizened rose petals. Upon further observation, images of a hillside picnic with house-made soppressata and strawberry pie leap to mind. The palate is expansive with notes of blackberries, rosemary and cigar box, finishing with incredible focus and intensity, yeta broad palate weight.  240 cases produced

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2017 Caryn Renae Image
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60% Ellman Estate Vineyard, 40% Somerston Vineyard.  The 2017 Caryn Renae Sauvignon Blanc is a delight from start to finish. Its brilliant lemon hue has hints of chartreuse at the meniscus. Aromatics of citrus, honeysuckle, orange blossoms and an ocean breeze effuse from the glass. The palate has notes ranging from fresh key lime juice to white peaches with mouth-watering acidity, and a fresh yet broad palate expression. The end result leaves you feeling sea-kissed, and utterly embraced by summer!  218 cases produced

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