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2010 Proprietor's Reserve Chardonnay
2012 Chardonnay Carneros
2011 Chardonnay Carneros
2012 Sauvignon Blanc
2011 Sauvignon Blanc
2011 Apprentice Chardonnay
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2006 Amarone della Valpolicella
2011 Father Mathew Cabernet Sauvignon
2011 Pinot Noir
2010 Pinot Noir
2011 Petite Sirah
2010 Petite Sirah
2008 RatZINger Zinfandel
2009 Old Vine Zinfandel • Mendocino
2010 Old Vine Zinfandel • Mendocino
2010 Old Vine Zinfandel • El Dorado
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2009 Proprietor's Reserve Chardonnay
2010 Chardonnay Carneros
2007 Old Vine Zinfandel • Mendocino
2009 Chardonnay Carneros
2009 Old Vine Zinfandel • El Dorado
2010 Sauvignon Blanc
Large Format Wines
All Large Format Wines
1.5 L 2009 Estate Meritage
1.5 L 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon
1.5 L 2009 Meritage
1.5L 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon
1.5 L 2009 Petite Sirah
1.5 L 2009 Old Vine Zinfandel • Mendocino
1.5 L 2009 Mysterium
1.5L 2006 Old Vine Zinfandel • Contra Costa
1.5L 2005 Old Vine Zinfandel • Contra Costa
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Each year our winemaker blends our favorite old vine varietals together to create our Mysterium. Every vintage proves to be different so the Mysterium Blend is truly a “Mystery” until we bottle. This vintage is a blend of 39% Carignane, 27% Zinfandel, 21% Old Vine Mourvedre, 7% Alicante Bouschet, 5% Old Vine Petite Sirah, and 1% Black Malvoise.
Fermented separately and blended after partial barrel aging, this wine was carefully constructed to match the individual strengths of each varietal. The modern techniques of cold soaking the grapes prior to fermentation and a slow cool fermentation rate, insured the maximum extractions of color and the preservation of fruit flavors without the over extraction of bitter tannins from the skins and seeds.
Our winemaker has chosen the best and oldest vineyards from Mendocino and Contra Costa County to make our Mysterium blend. The roots of our vines extend deep into the earth, creating deep, rich flavors and colors in our wine.
Napa Valley’s vintners will remember 2008 as a year that offered winemakers a little bit of everything. It may end up being a year known for exceptional quality but not abundance. Drought preceded a hard frost, which led to an uneven set and a small crop. The heat spikes started just as the harvest began but after that it was all smooth sailing.