Winemaker Andrew Jones is a master at creating wines that are simultaneously friendly and full of personality. His single varietal, Edna Valley Pinot opens to aromas of raspberries, cola, and a touch of oak spice. The light bodied palate mirrors the nose, with a touch more baking spice coming through. It’s the perfect wine to share with family and friends.
A white Pinot Noir? Yes, it does exist. And yes, it is delicious. Fermented without the skins, it’s elegant and dry, with a lightly floral bouquet. Flavors of melon and kiwi along with some light acidity create a delicious and memorable drinking experience.
El Viejo de Valle, or, “The Old Man of the Valley,” celebrates 1950’s Chilean street graffiti, reflected through the artwork on the label. Summer fruits like currant, raspberry, and wild strawberries on the nose follow through to a juicy palate. It’s a perfect weeknight wine!