Winemaker Rosemary Cakebread of Gallica sources her Grenache from Steel Plow Vineyard, farmed by respected Sonoma Valley viticulturist Phil Coturri, blending in a little Mourvèdre and Syrah. This wine aged for ten months in new an used French barrels and was bottled without fining or filtration. The color is deep ruby, with a purpled fragrance of plum skin. The body is ample and fleshy and dark, like black plums steeped in espresso.
Onward, the first label of winemaker Faith Armstrong Foster, is reserved for her single-vineyard mono-varietals, including Pinot Noir, Malvasia, and Carignan. (Her second label, Farmstrong, is for blends.) The fruit for this bottling was grown at Hawkeye Ranch in Redwood Valley, from which she has made a still Pinot Noir since 2010. Here she treated it to a pét nat style made with native yeast and released un-disgorged, finished with a crown cap.
This is a varietal Moschofilero, grown at 750m in sandy clay soils. It’s a light, soft yellow-gold color and the perfume is flowery, with paperwhites and apricot, peach blossom, sweet apple skin, and sea air. The body has nice succulent acidity that hits the front of the palate, and then washes toward a crisp finish. There is stone fruit but also spearmint as refreshment. Lovely but quite commanding given its fruit, flowers, and herbal notes. Treat it as you would a yellow Muscat or Gewürztraminer.
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