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2019 Fantesca Chardonnay

$75.00

Winemaker Notes

Our 2019 Chardonnay is light straw in color with brilliant clarity. Aromas are complex with citrus, yeastiness, pear, honey and just a touch of sweet, toasty French oak. Across the palate, it could be mistaken for a French Burgundy with its minerality, lush mouthfeel and structure. The flavors match the aromas with layers of savory yumminess. Acidity is spot-on making you want another sip. This is a classic Chardonnay with some old-world/new-world style.
— Heidi P. Barrett, Winemaker

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2019 King Richard’s Reserve™ Pinot Noir

$114.00

Winemaker Notes

This Pinot Noir exudes intoxicating aromas of dried rose petals, baking spices, mocha, sandalwood and cherry liqueur. Seamlessly transitioning to a broad, fruit-filled palate of layered, lush, dark fruits and an endlessly long finish of coated tannins. This royal wine is an extraordinary representation of the Russian River Valley.
— Tony Arcudi, Associate Winemaker

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2018 All Great Things™ “Duty” Red Blend

$150.00

Winemaker Notes

Our proprietary blend varies a bit from vintage to vintage as we source fruit from some of the best vineyards in Napa Valley for this special blend. Very deep ruby in color loaded with dense, ripe aromas and flavors. Simply luxurious across the palate with blackberry, black cherry and dark plum fruit layered with sweet, toasty French oak and a brambly spice element. Delicious and delightful. This is a classic example of what hillside Cabernet Sauvignon can do grown on the eastern hillside of the Napa Valley. Enjoy!
— Heidi P. Barrett, Winemaker

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2018 Fantesca Estate Cabernet Sauvignon

$250.00

Winemaker Notes

Our Estate Cabernet has deep claret coloring with aromas of berry, plum and dark cherries. The toasty French oak component shows off the beautiful fruit. Lush and soft across the palate with nice, ripe character and a touch of cedar and spices. Lovely balance with good length and structure will suggest age-worthiness as well as drinkability upon release if you can’t just wait. Patience is a virtue though and this wine will keep getting better for the next decade or more.
— Heidi P. Barrett, Winemaker

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