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AU SOMMET, Napa Valley

Au Sommet is a partnership between Heidi Peterson Barrett, John Schwartz and Jim Barbour and is a Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot blend from our seven acre vineyard on top of Atlas Peak in the acclaimed Napa Valley.

AMUSE BOUCHE/ VIN PERDU/COUP DE FOUDRE, Rutherford Hill
A joint wine venture with Heidi Barrett and John Schwartz. As winemaker for several of the hottest cult wines in California, and referred to by TIME magazine as “The Wine Diva of Napa”, Heidi Barrett is always looking for new challenges.
Merging art with our wines was something of a philosophical decision. The former can be enjoyed indefinitely, enduring for many lifetimes. Wine collectors may revel in the subtleties of a vertical collection; but in the end, ‘fine wine is the only true art that must be destroyed in order to be fully appreciated. ‘We strive to offer you the pleasures of both art forms.
BLANKIET ESTATE

Blankiet Estate is a California wine estate owned by Claude and Katherine Blankiet. Located in the foothills of the Mayacamas Mountains in the Napa Valley, the estate produces a portfolio of wines from their Paradise Hills Vineyard.

CHERRY PIE, Napa Valley

Founder Jayson Woodbridge always had a desire to make Pinot Noir. He contacted the owners of historic Stanly Ranch, in the Carneros appellation of Napa. He was shortly thereafter granted access to the very best blocks on the property to craft his wine. Inspired by his grandmother’s baking and the artwork of TR Colletta, Cherry Pie is at once a rich and layered, redolent of the flavors and aromas of something delicious and beautiful, being made with care.

In early 2008 while perusing New York’s Soho District, Jayson happened into the Campton Gallery during its exhibition of paintings by the artist, TR Colletta. Colletta’s richly detailed paintings of every day, distinctly American objects are at once familiar and remarkable, assuming an evocative, sculptural character. Jayson was particularly drawn to a compelling oil on canvas of a juicy, mouthwatering, hot-out-of-the-oven cherry pie. He instantly knew this was to be the label and the name for his Pinot Noir still in the barrel – Cherry Pie.

CAYMUS, Rutherford

This renowned winery was established in 1972 by Charles and Lorna Wagner along with their son Chuck. For over 40 years, the Wagner family has worked together to build the Caymus brand. Winemaker Chuck Wagner prides the winery on going to great lengths to produce a high-quality, consistent Cabernet every vintage.

KONGSGAARD, Atlas Peak

John Kongsgaard produce The Judge, Chardonnay, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Shy-bearing vineyards and traditional low-intervention winemaking techniques produce powerful, graceful wines

KAPCSANDY, Napa Valley

The Kapcsándy (pronounced “Cup-chon-dy”) story is a unique amalgam of old-world values and American “can-do” spirit. Classic European grand cru-style and state-of-the-art technology. But more than anything, it’s the story of a family that’s simply passionate about wine.

ABREU VINEYARD, St Helena

David Abreu’s reputation was established as the superstar viticulturist for most of the rich and famous Napa Valley proprietors. Today he has four remarkable parcels, three of which are of first-growth quality. Production remains less than 500 cases for each of the four selections.

OVID, Oakville

Ovid vineyards keep raising the bar with this drop-dead gorgeous set of new releases. Owners Dana Johnson and Mark Nelson have spared no expense in their pursuit to make world-class wines. These new releases are a testament to their unwavering commitment to quality. The talented Austin Peterson makes the wines, Andy Erickson consults and David Abreu manages the vineyards, but what really counts is what is in the bottle.

QUILT, Napa Valley

Classic yet complex, romantic but not ostentatious, Quilt is Joe Wagner’s tribute to the character of Napa Valley and its rolling patchwork of vineyards. Each wine in the collection is crafted from vineyards hand-selected by Joe, a native of Napa Valley and fifth-generation winemaker.

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

QUILT, Napa Valley

Classic yet complex, romantic but not ostentatious, Quilt is Joe Wagner’s tribute to the character of Napa Valley and its rolling patchwork of vineyards. Each wine in the collection is crafted from vineyards hand-selected by Joe, a native of Napa Valley and fifth-generation winemaker.

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

OVID, Oakville

Ovid vineyards keep raising the bar with this drop-dead gorgeous set of new releases. Owners Dana Johnson and Mark Nelson have spared no expense in their pursuit to make world-class wines. These new releases are a testament to their unwavering commitment to quality. The talented Austin Peterson makes the wines, Andy Erickson consults and David Abreu manages the vineyards, but what really counts is what is in the bottle.

QUILT, Napa Valley

Classic yet complex, romantic but not ostentatious, Quilt is Joe Wagner’s tribute to the character of Napa Valley and its rolling patchwork of vineyards. Each wine in the collection is crafted from vineyards hand-selected by Joe, a native of Napa Valley and fifth-generation winemaker.

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

ABREU VINEYARD, St Helena

David Abreu’s reputation was established as the superstar viticulturist for most of the rich and famous Napa Valley proprietors. Today he has four remarkable parcels, three of which are of first-growth quality. Production remains less than 500 cases for each of the four selections.

OVID, Oakville

Ovid vineyards keep raising the bar with this drop-dead gorgeous set of new releases. Owners Dana Johnson and Mark Nelson have spared no expense in their pursuit to make world-class wines. These new releases are a testament to their unwavering commitment to quality. The talented Austin Peterson makes the wines, Andy Erickson consults and David Abreu manages the vineyards, but what really counts is what is in the bottle.

QUILT, Napa Valley

Classic yet complex, romantic but not ostentatious, Quilt is Joe Wagner’s tribute to the character of Napa Valley and its rolling patchwork of vineyards. Each wine in the collection is crafted from vineyards hand-selected by Joe, a native of Napa Valley and fifth-generation winemaker.

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

KAPCSANDY, Napa Valley

The Kapcsándy (pronounced “Cup-chon-dy”) story is a unique amalgam of old-world values and American “can-do” spirit. Classic European grand cru-style and state-of-the-art technology. But more than anything, it’s the story of a family that’s simply passionate about wine.

ABREU VINEYARD, St Helena

David Abreu’s reputation was established as the superstar viticulturist for most of the rich and famous Napa Valley proprietors. Today he has four remarkable parcels, three of which are of first-growth quality. Production remains less than 500 cases for each of the four selections.

OVID, Oakville

Ovid vineyards keep raising the bar with this drop-dead gorgeous set of new releases. Owners Dana Johnson and Mark Nelson have spared no expense in their pursuit to make world-class wines. These new releases are a testament to their unwavering commitment to quality. The talented Austin Peterson makes the wines, Andy Erickson consults and David Abreu manages the vineyards, but what really counts is what is in the bottle.

QUILT, Napa Valley

Classic yet complex, romantic but not ostentatious, Quilt is Joe Wagner’s tribute to the character of Napa Valley and its rolling patchwork of vineyards. Each wine in the collection is crafted from vineyards hand-selected by Joe, a native of Napa Valley and fifth-generation winemaker.

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

KONGSGAARD, Atlas Peak

John Kongsgaard produce The Judge, Chardonnay, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Shy-bearing vineyards and traditional low-intervention winemaking techniques produce powerful, graceful wines

KAPCSANDY, Napa Valley

The Kapcsándy (pronounced “Cup-chon-dy”) story is a unique amalgam of old-world values and American “can-do” spirit. Classic European grand cru-style and state-of-the-art technology. But more than anything, it’s the story of a family that’s simply passionate about wine.

ABREU VINEYARD, St Helena

David Abreu’s reputation was established as the superstar viticulturist for most of the rich and famous Napa Valley proprietors. Today he has four remarkable parcels, three of which are of first-growth quality. Production remains less than 500 cases for each of the four selections.

OVID, Oakville

Ovid vineyards keep raising the bar with this drop-dead gorgeous set of new releases. Owners Dana Johnson and Mark Nelson have spared no expense in their pursuit to make world-class wines. These new releases are a testament to their unwavering commitment to quality. The talented Austin Peterson makes the wines, Andy Erickson consults and David Abreu manages the vineyards, but what really counts is what is in the bottle.

QUILT, Napa Valley

Classic yet complex, romantic but not ostentatious, Quilt is Joe Wagner’s tribute to the character of Napa Valley and its rolling patchwork of vineyards. Each wine in the collection is crafted from vineyards hand-selected by Joe, a native of Napa Valley and fifth-generation winemaker.

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

CAYMUS, Rutherford

This renowned winery was established in 1972 by Charles and Lorna Wagner along with their son Chuck. For over 40 years, the Wagner family has worked together to build the Caymus brand. Winemaker Chuck Wagner prides the winery on going to great lengths to produce a high-quality, consistent Cabernet every vintage.

KONGSGAARD, Atlas Peak

John Kongsgaard produce The Judge, Chardonnay, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Shy-bearing vineyards and traditional low-intervention winemaking techniques produce powerful, graceful wines

KAPCSANDY, Napa Valley

The Kapcsándy (pronounced “Cup-chon-dy”) story is a unique amalgam of old-world values and American “can-do” spirit. Classic European grand cru-style and state-of-the-art technology. But more than anything, it’s the story of a family that’s simply passionate about wine.

ABREU VINEYARD, St Helena

David Abreu’s reputation was established as the superstar viticulturist for most of the rich and famous Napa Valley proprietors. Today he has four remarkable parcels, three of which are of first-growth quality. Production remains less than 500 cases for each of the four selections.

OVID, Oakville

Ovid vineyards keep raising the bar with this drop-dead gorgeous set of new releases. Owners Dana Johnson and Mark Nelson have spared no expense in their pursuit to make world-class wines. These new releases are a testament to their unwavering commitment to quality. The talented Austin Peterson makes the wines, Andy Erickson consults and David Abreu manages the vineyards, but what really counts is what is in the bottle.

QUILT, Napa Valley

Classic yet complex, romantic but not ostentatious, Quilt is Joe Wagner’s tribute to the character of Napa Valley and its rolling patchwork of vineyards. Each wine in the collection is crafted from vineyards hand-selected by Joe, a native of Napa Valley and fifth-generation winemaker.

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

CHERRY PIE, Napa Valley

Founder Jayson Woodbridge always had a desire to make Pinot Noir. He contacted the owners of historic Stanly Ranch, in the Carneros appellation of Napa. He was shortly thereafter granted access to the very best blocks on the property to craft his wine. Inspired by his grandmother’s baking and the artwork of TR Colletta, Cherry Pie is at once a rich and layered, redolent of the flavors and aromas of something delicious and beautiful, being made with care.

In early 2008 while perusing New York’s Soho District, Jayson happened into the Campton Gallery during its exhibition of paintings by the artist, TR Colletta. Colletta’s richly detailed paintings of every day, distinctly American objects are at once familiar and remarkable, assuming an evocative, sculptural character. Jayson was particularly drawn to a compelling oil on canvas of a juicy, mouthwatering, hot-out-of-the-oven cherry pie. He instantly knew this was to be the label and the name for his Pinot Noir still in the barrel – Cherry Pie.

CAYMUS, Rutherford

This renowned winery was established in 1972 by Charles and Lorna Wagner along with their son Chuck. For over 40 years, the Wagner family has worked together to build the Caymus brand. Winemaker Chuck Wagner prides the winery on going to great lengths to produce a high-quality, consistent Cabernet every vintage.

KONGSGAARD, Atlas Peak

John Kongsgaard produce The Judge, Chardonnay, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Shy-bearing vineyards and traditional low-intervention winemaking techniques produce powerful, graceful wines

KAPCSANDY, Napa Valley

The Kapcsándy (pronounced “Cup-chon-dy”) story is a unique amalgam of old-world values and American “can-do” spirit. Classic European grand cru-style and state-of-the-art technology. But more than anything, it’s the story of a family that’s simply passionate about wine.

ABREU VINEYARD, St Helena

David Abreu’s reputation was established as the superstar viticulturist for most of the rich and famous Napa Valley proprietors. Today he has four remarkable parcels, three of which are of first-growth quality. Production remains less than 500 cases for each of the four selections.

OVID, Oakville

Ovid vineyards keep raising the bar with this drop-dead gorgeous set of new releases. Owners Dana Johnson and Mark Nelson have spared no expense in their pursuit to make world-class wines. These new releases are a testament to their unwavering commitment to quality. The talented Austin Peterson makes the wines, Andy Erickson consults and David Abreu manages the vineyards, but what really counts is what is in the bottle.

QUILT, Napa Valley

Classic yet complex, romantic but not ostentatious, Quilt is Joe Wagner’s tribute to the character of Napa Valley and its rolling patchwork of vineyards. Each wine in the collection is crafted from vineyards hand-selected by Joe, a native of Napa Valley and fifth-generation winemaker.

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

BLANKIET ESTATE

Blankiet Estate is a California wine estate owned by Claude and Katherine Blankiet. Located in the foothills of the Mayacamas Mountains in the Napa Valley, the estate produces a portfolio of wines from their Paradise Hills Vineyard.

CHERRY PIE, Napa Valley

Founder Jayson Woodbridge always had a desire to make Pinot Noir. He contacted the owners of historic Stanly Ranch, in the Carneros appellation of Napa. He was shortly thereafter granted access to the very best blocks on the property to craft his wine. Inspired by his grandmother’s baking and the artwork of TR Colletta, Cherry Pie is at once a rich and layered, redolent of the flavors and aromas of something delicious and beautiful, being made with care.

In early 2008 while perusing New York’s Soho District, Jayson happened into the Campton Gallery during its exhibition of paintings by the artist, TR Colletta. Colletta’s richly detailed paintings of every day, distinctly American objects are at once familiar and remarkable, assuming an evocative, sculptural character. Jayson was particularly drawn to a compelling oil on canvas of a juicy, mouthwatering, hot-out-of-the-oven cherry pie. He instantly knew this was to be the label and the name for his Pinot Noir still in the barrel – Cherry Pie.

CAYMUS, Rutherford

This renowned winery was established in 1972 by Charles and Lorna Wagner along with their son Chuck. For over 40 years, the Wagner family has worked together to build the Caymus brand. Winemaker Chuck Wagner prides the winery on going to great lengths to produce a high-quality, consistent Cabernet every vintage.

KONGSGAARD, Atlas Peak

John Kongsgaard produce The Judge, Chardonnay, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Shy-bearing vineyards and traditional low-intervention winemaking techniques produce powerful, graceful wines

KAPCSANDY, Napa Valley

The Kapcsándy (pronounced “Cup-chon-dy”) story is a unique amalgam of old-world values and American “can-do” spirit. Classic European grand cru-style and state-of-the-art technology. But more than anything, it’s the story of a family that’s simply passionate about wine.

ABREU VINEYARD, St Helena

David Abreu’s reputation was established as the superstar viticulturist for most of the rich and famous Napa Valley proprietors. Today he has four remarkable parcels, three of which are of first-growth quality. Production remains less than 500 cases for each of the four selections.

OVID, Oakville

Ovid vineyards keep raising the bar with this drop-dead gorgeous set of new releases. Owners Dana Johnson and Mark Nelson have spared no expense in their pursuit to make world-class wines. These new releases are a testament to their unwavering commitment to quality. The talented Austin Peterson makes the wines, Andy Erickson consults and David Abreu manages the vineyards, but what really counts is what is in the bottle.

QUILT, Napa Valley

Classic yet complex, romantic but not ostentatious, Quilt is Joe Wagner’s tribute to the character of Napa Valley and its rolling patchwork of vineyards. Each wine in the collection is crafted from vineyards hand-selected by Joe, a native of Napa Valley and fifth-generation winemaker.

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

AMUSE BOUCHE/ VIN PERDU/COUP DE FOUDRE, Rutherford Hill
A joint wine venture with Heidi Barrett and John Schwartz. As winemaker for several of the hottest cult wines in California, and referred to by TIME magazine as “The Wine Diva of Napa”, Heidi Barrett is always looking for new challenges.
Merging art with our wines was something of a philosophical decision. The former can be enjoyed indefinitely, enduring for many lifetimes. Wine collectors may revel in the subtleties of a vertical collection; but in the end, ‘fine wine is the only true art that must be destroyed in order to be fully appreciated. ‘We strive to offer you the pleasures of both art forms.
BLANKIET ESTATE

Blankiet Estate is a California wine estate owned by Claude and Katherine Blankiet. Located in the foothills of the Mayacamas Mountains in the Napa Valley, the estate produces a portfolio of wines from their Paradise Hills Vineyard.

CHERRY PIE, Napa Valley

Founder Jayson Woodbridge always had a desire to make Pinot Noir. He contacted the owners of historic Stanly Ranch, in the Carneros appellation of Napa. He was shortly thereafter granted access to the very best blocks on the property to craft his wine. Inspired by his grandmother’s baking and the artwork of TR Colletta, Cherry Pie is at once a rich and layered, redolent of the flavors and aromas of something delicious and beautiful, being made with care.

In early 2008 while perusing New York’s Soho District, Jayson happened into the Campton Gallery during its exhibition of paintings by the artist, TR Colletta. Colletta’s richly detailed paintings of every day, distinctly American objects are at once familiar and remarkable, assuming an evocative, sculptural character. Jayson was particularly drawn to a compelling oil on canvas of a juicy, mouthwatering, hot-out-of-the-oven cherry pie. He instantly knew this was to be the label and the name for his Pinot Noir still in the barrel – Cherry Pie.

CAYMUS, Rutherford

This renowned winery was established in 1972 by Charles and Lorna Wagner along with their son Chuck. For over 40 years, the Wagner family has worked together to build the Caymus brand. Winemaker Chuck Wagner prides the winery on going to great lengths to produce a high-quality, consistent Cabernet every vintage.

KONGSGAARD, Atlas Peak

John Kongsgaard produce The Judge, Chardonnay, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Shy-bearing vineyards and traditional low-intervention winemaking techniques produce powerful, graceful wines

KAPCSANDY, Napa Valley

The Kapcsándy (pronounced “Cup-chon-dy”) story is a unique amalgam of old-world values and American “can-do” spirit. Classic European grand cru-style and state-of-the-art technology. But more than anything, it’s the story of a family that’s simply passionate about wine.

ABREU VINEYARD, St Helena

David Abreu’s reputation was established as the superstar viticulturist for most of the rich and famous Napa Valley proprietors. Today he has four remarkable parcels, three of which are of first-growth quality. Production remains less than 500 cases for each of the four selections.

OVID, Oakville

Ovid vineyards keep raising the bar with this drop-dead gorgeous set of new releases. Owners Dana Johnson and Mark Nelson have spared no expense in their pursuit to make world-class wines. These new releases are a testament to their unwavering commitment to quality. The talented Austin Peterson makes the wines, Andy Erickson consults and David Abreu manages the vineyards, but what really counts is what is in the bottle.

QUILT, Napa Valley

Classic yet complex, romantic but not ostentatious, Quilt is Joe Wagner’s tribute to the character of Napa Valley and its rolling patchwork of vineyards. Each wine in the collection is crafted from vineyards hand-selected by Joe, a native of Napa Valley and fifth-generation winemaker.

SPOTTSWOODE, Napa Valley

A family-owned historic vineyard and winery renowned for its exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon. The Novak family is committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, and Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

STAGLIN, Napa Valley

The Staglin Family Vineyard has a 130 year heritage of viticulture and a rich social history based on an extraordinary procession of owners through multiple generations.

SCHRADER, Napa Valley

Our wines are produced in very limited quantities and are often defined by a single clone of a grape variety, a specific block within a remarkable vineyard, or in some cases, a matrix of the two. This intricate and involved method offers an extremely provocative and rewarding exploration of the influences of clone selection and terroir on the resulting wine.

SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley

Screaming Eagle … even those with just their big toe in the wine world know the name, its reputation as Napa Valley’s top dog in the Cult Cab circle. The estate was started by real estate broker, Jean Phillips and set on course by renowned winemaker, Heidi Barrett. The first vintage of Screaming Eagle came in 1992 and was
released in 1996. Right out of the shoots, Screaming Eagle packed in the points from the likes of Robert Parker (99 to be exact), and remains as one of the most exclusive cult wines.

TRUCHARD VINEYARD, Napa Valley

Truchard Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in the Carneros region of Napa Valley. Proprietors Tony and Jo Ann Truchard have managed a successful vineyard and grown exceptional grapes for nearly 40 years.

AU BON CLIMAT Santa Barbara

The winery has cultivated an international reputation for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Jim Clendenen, the “Mind Behind” Au Bon Climat, is recognized worldwide for his classically-styled wines in addition to his Burgundian-focused wines.

He has been named Winemaker of the Year in 1992 by the Los Angeles Times, and again in 2001 by Food and Wine Magazine.

DUMOL, Russian River Valley Vineyard

These stories begin in the vineyard, some of which go back to the early 1980’s when DUMOL’s oldest vines were planted. They build upon that base with the narrative of each vintage, describing through taste, texture, and perfume the unique agricultural and climatic circumstances that they are presented with each year. The stories of DUMOL vineyard designates, cellar-worthy and beloved, end there. Each wine is molded by vintage, crafted in the vineyard, and stewarded through the winery to your table.

IF YOU SEE KAY, PASO ROBLE

Inspired by author James Joyce’s 1922 masterpiece Ulysses, which was banned in the united states until 1934, and the evocative art of Montreal-based tattoo artist Chen-Jeh Chen, if you see kay embodies the principle of living life to the fullest and saying if you see kay to the status quo.

Roaring in from Paso Robles
Paso Robles on the central coast of California is the place that kay calls home. Paso robles is the anti-napa wine country of California. Life here isn’t about showroom wineries, fancy dinners, or luxury cars. Life here is about bucking the trend, wide-open roads, and a place where wild boars still roam the vineyards.

PETER MICHAEL, Sonoma

From the beginning, the wine growing philosophy was modelled on the French tradition infused with a few modern influences: One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the development of a great estate.

SAND POINT, Napa Valley

Nestled between our vineyards and the Mokelumne River, Sand Point is where the twins, Brad and Randall, spent their summers exploring as children. The beauty of nature that surrounded them caused the twins to gain a true respect for preserving the land.

KISTLER VINEYARDS, Sonoma Coast

Steve Kistler and Mark Bixler believed that remarkable and charactered Chardonnays of the site could in fact be grown and produced in California. It was a notion ahead of its time. For the last forty years, they have been pursuing that notion without compromise.

LAYER CAKE, California

Layer Cake Wines are about affordable luxury. We set out to make wines that over-deliver. We fly around the world, selecting vineyard sites and hand-making wines to be sure they are true to the grape variety and the region, but never lose that stylistic thread through them that tells you, yes, this is a Layer Cake Wine.

ANTICA TERRA

Surprise and delight define the Antica Terra tasting experience. Based in Dundee, Oregon, the winery’s offerings include annual Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vintages.

Antica Terra became fully organic in 2007 and released its first Pinot Noir wine, Antikythera, in 2009. Since then, it has added Pinot Noir wines like Botanica, Ceras, and Obelin to its portfolio, as well as the Angelicall rosé, which ages on its lees for a year in barrel before bottling. Additionally, Antica Terra sources Chardonnay grapes from the nearby Shea Vineyard to make its single expression of Chardonnay, Aurata.

ELOUAN

Elouan, the result of California winemakers venturing up to Oregon, one of the world’s renowned Pinot Noir regions. Their goal: to produce Pinot Noir with a depth of flavor, vibrancy, and suppleness.

Oregon’s wide range of world-renowned grape-growing regions offers great diversity, giving them the ability to select from an array of vineyards that gives them versatility in style and a broad range of characters to enhance the final blend. The diversity of these districts along with a lengthy growing season creates wines with intense structure, and suppleness while maintaining a vibrant acidity that sets them apart from other wines.

SOTER VINEYARDS

“At Soter Vineyards we farm our wine. These wines are a reflection of the intention to convey place as an essential character in everything we make. The combination of respectful farming and craftsmanship, as well as our ancient soils and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced, and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin, a happy consequence of the interaction of both the hand and the land.”  

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