Spring 2020 Club Shipment
Included In This Shipment (quantities of bottles dependent on club level):
2018 Reserve Chardonnay
2018 Estate Pinot Noir
2017 #21003 Pinot Noir
2017 Art Pinot Noir
2016 Isabel Pinot Noir (Wine Club Only)
We will begin processing your orders in late March. If you have your wine shipped, it will be sent via UPS in mid-April. Your club discount will be applied based on your club level.
RSVP & Shipping Preference
Please complete the form below to select if we should ship your wines or have it ready for pickup at the winery. If you don’t fill out the form below, or are unable to pick up your order by July 2020, we will ship it to you. If you elect to have your wines held for pickup, we will hold wine club shipments for 90 days, and if not picked up, they will be shipped to members at their cost.
A club pickup party will be on Saturday, April 25 from 10am to 5pm. Please RSVP with the form below.
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Details On These Wines
2019 Pinot Blanc ($22)
New Release. Lead by a spiced white flower, lemon curd, and potpourri, this Pinot Blanc from Anne Amie’s Twelve Oaks Vineyard is centered around a crushed oyster shell minerality from the partial fermentation in concrete, while the neutral barrel gives the high acidity a tremendous juiciness. Pairs with fresh oysters on the half-shell and seafood.
2018 Reserve Chardonnay ($35)
New Release. Fermented in large puncheon barrels and aged sur lees, our 2018 Reserve Chardonnay leads with aromas of honeysuckle, vanilla shortbread, and roasted pineapple. Weightier in texture, silky on the palate, this wine pairs wonderfully with Pan Seared Halibut.
2018 Estate Pinot Noir ($29)
New Release. This wine offers fresh plum and oolong tea layered over darker flavors of roasted chestnuts. A silky smooth entry opens to ripe fruit and ample tannins with a long structured finish. -Awarded 90 points by James Suckling.
2017 #21003 Pinot Noir ($45)
#21003 is named for our winery permit number and is a blend of all the blocks planted on Bjornson Vineyard. Co-fermenting all of these clones in 2017 provided rustic and dark blackberry bramble on the nose with a spiced berry pie on the palate.
2017 Art Pinot Noir ($49)
Art is a stylistic interpretation of Mark’s grandfather who was a farmer during the Great Depression. The increased usage of New French oak provides a nose of gooseberry and cherry cola. The palate is fuller with flavors of blackberry and Mayan chocolate. Very age worthy and will pair nicely with charcuterie, or Grilled Flank Steak with Mushroom Sauce.
2016 Isabel Pinot Noir ($49)
This barrel selection expresses gracefulness framed by soft tannins, an array of red fruit, and savory spices. An elegant, feminine wine – but not a pushover.