This is our 3rd vintage of the Mohr-Fry Ranch Petite Sirah, and it is as delicious as the first. The vineyard is situated directly across from Marian’s Vineyard and was planted in the mid-1990’s. Picked in late September, it delivers delicious berry fruit, characteristically dark, but with a nice spicy savory finish.
This is a secret blend hand-crafted in the cellars of St. Amant. It’s a robust blended red comprised of Zinfandel, Cabernet, Petite Sirah and a few secret ingredients to deliver a full-bodied mouthwatering red. The wine is for those that love great wine without the pretense.
This unique wine is dark, inky, and offers intense aromas of dark fruits mixed with spicy notes. It’s a lively wine with bright acidity and fresh berry flavors that should pair well with rustic country foods.
A classic rendition of Cabernet – 13% alcohol, spicy with a dense core of ripe berries, cassis, and sweet tannins. The wine is impeccably balanced and has delicious fruit and savory notes that linger on the palate.
This is the 4th vintage of our Lodi Native Marian’s Vineyard Zinfandel. A collaborative project I started with five other local winemakers to shine the spotlight on Lodi’s historic Zinfandel vineyards. We each choose an old zin vineyard, and make the wines in a non-interventionist style to highlight the unique attributes of each site.
A 57-year-old vineyard that blends ripe red fruit flavors of cranberries and strawberries with earth undertones that balance well with the lively acidity creating a refreshing delicious wine. It begs for pizza or pasta, but goes particularly well with Bagna Cauda.
This is the 4th vintage of our Trousseau, a relatively obscure variety native to the Jura region of France. The 2016 Trousseau is characteristically light in color with a distinct spicy cherry quality. It’s very much on an ugly duckling variety – at first glance it doesn’t look like much, but after tasting it has depth of complexity.
“The Mother of all Zins” – Marian’s Vineyard is an 8.3 acre vineyard planted in 1901 that is aptly named after grower Jerry Fry’s mother. These century-old own-rooted vines consistently deliver a flavor-packed crop that produces one mother of a wine.