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.
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.
Our Bootleg Port derives its name from the adventuresome spirit that sets St. Amant wines apart. A blend of six traditional Portuguese grape varieties - the wine has a dark ruby red color, crushed berry aromas, delicious ripe fruit flavors, and a smooth almost nutty finish.
Our latest batch of Tawny Port is similar to our first Tawny bottled back in 2000. It’s a blend of three barrels from 2001 and 2008. The wine was aged untouched for the past 10 years developing a deep amber hue with stunning aromas that leap out of the glass and fill the room.
This delicious dry rosé of Barbera is the perfect refreshing wine for a hot summer day. Barbera’s natural acidity and Lodi’s decadent fruit flavors come together to create a lively wine that is sure to please. Yes, it may be a pink wine, but then again, it’s a delicious pink wine.
St.Amant’s 17th vintage of this noble Spanish grape, known as the Cabernet Sauvignon of Spain. The wine is a big, chewy, well-structured red with full, round aromas of spice, tobacco, and dark fruits. It has a ripe mouthcoating texture, and delicious flavors that linger on the finish.
Our Vintage Port is a massive full-bodied wine with intense aromas of chocolate, spice, and berries. It explodes with concentrated flavors that coat your mouth and linger for minutes after swallowing. It is made and destined to evolve for decades.
Our inagural vintage of this traditional "mixed blacks" grape. Alicante's dark color and intense fruit helped it rise to prominence in Portugal. Likewise, throughout California's history, Alicante has played a supporting role to Zinfandels and many mixed blacks vineyards.Inky dark in the glass, with dark fruit and plush tannins on the finish.