contains one bottle each:
2019 Wasted Love, Rosè Wine, California
If you dig the light, crisp, drinkable styles of our previous Rosés, know that Wasted Love is our best accomplishment to date. Pale salmon in color, with aromas of fresh-cut strawberry, ruby grapefruit, jasmine, and a hint of bubblegum, this is a wine that will leave your mouth watering. Take a sip and ease into the cool, bright flavors of bing cherry, lychee, and notes of orange blossom, and rose petal. This wine is clean and crisp in texture with bright acidity and a refreshing finish.
2019 Going Home, Carbonic White Wine, California
We were psyched when we pressed this experiment and realized the incredible tropical fruit purity that the wine had. After spending 5 months in neutral French Oak barrels sur lees, we bottled this masterpiece unfined and unfiltered, preserving every last drop of beauty in the barrel. It smells like a tropical paradise with notes of pineapple, blood orange rind, and toasted nuts. The palate is ripe and juicy with a broad mouthfeel that carries the fruit flavors of guava, lychee and honeydew over to the crisp yet textured finish.
2018 Karma Coma Supernova, White Wine, California
A constellation of Chenin Blanc, Riesling, Grüner Veltliner, Gewürztraminer, Malvasia Bianca, Roussanne, Vermentino, and Grenache Blanc, Karma Coma Supernova is a luminous burst of bright, fresh flavors. Each glass has an irresistible fragrance, exploding with Granny Smith apple and crisp pear. In your mouth, you will soak up bright and powerful flavors of Asian pear, lemon, peach, and guava. This sucker is smooth on the palate, with a brisk finish, making it one of the most crushable white wines we've made...ever.
2019 The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, Red Wine, Sierra Foothills
Believe the hype. This is one of the best damn wines we've ever made. Influenced by Beaujolais nouveau-style wines, this is 2019 vintage red wine from the Sierra Foothills spent just three months in barrel and was bottled with minimal filtration to preserve the bright, fresh characteristics. Because of this, there will be sediment inside each bottle from the winemaking process that tells you it is legit. At the core of this lighter-bodied red wine is 60% Pinot Noir, supported by 26% Cinsault, 13% Valdigué, and 1% Mourvèdre. This is our first time working with Valdiguié, which was once fairly popular in California and referred to as "Napa Gamay" until 1980 when genetic testing proved it wasn't.
2018 I Love You, California, Red Wine, California
If you haven't noticed, we've been digging hard on the classic Italian varietals lately. Sangiovese, the most widely planted varietal in Italy, brings bright red fruit notes like raspberry and maraschino cherry to this blend, while the touch of Sagrantino gives structure and depth. We won't mince words here, Sagrantino is one of the most tannic grapes in the entire world and a little bit goes a long way. Representing just 5% of this blend, it gives our Sangiovese a balanced tannic structure that makes this wine more complete. This medium-bodied red perfectly captures the sun-kissed vibes of summer and will leave you daydreaming of your next road trip down Hwy 1.
2017 Wild Eyes, Red Wine, Napa Valley
Wild Eyes is a tempestuous Bordeaux-style wine that lures you in with every sip. A blend of 51% Malbec, 47% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 2% Merlot, our winemaking team wrote a love song to the buxom wines of Napa Valley. For the first time, we give Malbec the spotlight, creating slightly softer layers of dark fruit, with captivating tannins and natural acidity. In your mouth, bewitching flavors of ripe blackberry and milk chocolate unravel with earthy notes of clove, vanilla, and camphor. Voluptuous in body, the finish will leave you lingering like a last kiss.