Final Case Remainging! Experience the purity of this Estate Cabernet Sauvignon clone with no blending.
Limited Quantity Remaining! With only 72 cases made, this Barbera will be here and gone in a flash, get yours today!
Nearly Sold Out! Our new Walla Walla Valley Estate Cabernet Franc - Merlot was crafted as a collaboration between Founding Owner, Rick Small, and Winemaker, Kevin Mott. 75% Cabernet Franc and 25% Merlot.
Refreshing, crisp, and complex. There is varietal purity in this Sauvignon Blanc yet still, it expresses a very distinct sense of place.
Chardonnay was the first varietal planted on the Estate Vineyard, a blend of our “old vines” block planted in 1978, and a newer block planted in 2011. Vibrant aromas with understated oak, inspired by the Grand Crus of Burgundy.
NEW Release! Our Estate Dolcetto is produced to enjoy now and should be enjoyed at a cool cellar temperature.
Some may know this as our "Pizza Wine," and there's no doubt that the Non-Vintage Red Wine is a great everyday drinking red wine!
This Right bank inspired wine combines the savory aromas of the Cabernet Franc with plum tannins and the fullness of the Merlot.
Enjoy this lavishly textured, versatile, noble grape varietal!
Showing good weight, this is beautiful 100% Cabernet Franc will cellar well for another ten plus years but is drinking beautifully now.
LIMITED Inventory Remaining! Made from Syrah, Mourvèdre, and Grenache grapes, this unique wine shows flinty and smoky tones on the nose with a good core of red and dark fruits that all mingle together in the glass.
Aged in French oak for 22 months, this Cabernet Sauvignon dominant blend is robust, elegant, and lingering.
Dense and dark, this massive and chewy Estate Reserve; will cellar well for decades to come. If enjoying in its youth, be sure to give this beautiful BDX blend a two-hour decant.
The Old Vines Cabernet Sauvignon (originally Dedication Series) has been in production since the bonding of the winery in 1981.
Primary sourcing for the Old Vines Cabernet Sauvignon has always come from some of the oldest cabernet blocks and the most highly acclaimed sites in the state.