Small Block Series
The Small Block Series searches out specific blocks of vines from Mt Veeder, Napa Valley and other unique vineyards throughout Northern California to produce uniquely flavored fruit deserving special attention.
This bottle is perfect for any Cabernet lover on your list. It's sure to provoke conversation and please the palates of wine lovers in your family. And bigger is better!
This Small Block Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from legendary Napa vineyards notable in their own right. The Beckstoffer Missouri Hopper vineyard from Oakville is the backbone of the blend, a vineyard first planted in 1877 to grapes, prunes and walnuts, typical of the time.
An exotic impression, followed by dark raspberry and plum and tasty down under style black licorice.
This bold wine will stand well alongside braised or grilled meats like lamb, pork or duck dressed with sweet onions and earthy accents from mushrooms, eggplant and wild fennel.
Wonderfully supple upon entry, the expected backbone of Anderson Valley acid frames the wine with black cherries and hints of smoke.
Our Small Block Pinot Noir is an artful blend of exceptional Green Valley vineyards in Sonoma County.
Located near the summit of Mount Veeder, our Small Block Malbec from the Veeder Summit Vineyard is supple and sensuous, with flavors of blackberries and dark fruits along with a touch of jam and peppery spice that allows the wine to linger.
Hints of dusty cocoa and vanilla dominate in the aromas wafting from your glass, leading to deeply colored, intensely flavored dark fruits with chewy tannins.
From vineyard to your glass, this fruit gets special attention, and is offered in a pure, Chablis like style that is crisp and clean, with touches of minerality and a surprising creaminess that comes from lees stirring bi-weekly
This vibrant Zinfandel hails from the iconic Rockpile appellation. Located just 16 miles from the Pacific Ocean in the northwest corner of Sonoma County, the region is prized by those who love Zinfandel. Sweeping sun exposures, mountainous terroir and shallow, rocky soils stress the vines producing low yields with grapes of exceptional quality.