Growing Conditions

“The vintage came on early with warm days emerging in April and May. Bud break was on par with recent years, and on the whole the summer was warm without excessive heat spikes.
Autumn was devoid of the strong high-pressure systems we’ve been accustomed to in recent years. This compelled additional planning on the part of our winemakers and vignerons. Our harvest started on September 14th, and was focused on whites. With patience and planning, we worked our way into the rhythm of the season, confident that our experience,
and the experience of all our growers, would be manifest in sound, ripe grapes.“ — Executive Winemaker,
Don Lange


Neutral French oak puncheons and stainless steel.


Luscious aromas of d’Anjou pear, yellow apple, and buttercream frosting.


Fruit-driven and softly textured with vibrant acidity, this wine delivers flavors of baked apple, apricot, cardamom, and lemon curd.

Food Pairing

Grilled halibut or spring pea soup.