We believe in sustainable growing and winemaking practices. Each of our estate vineyards is farmed organically, and nearly all of our wines are made from certified organic grapes. To us, though, it's not about the emblem, it's about being a good steward of the earth that allows us to do what we love. Below you'll find the wines made from organically grown grapes.
The 2018 Almost Dry Riesling is a beautiful example of the well-defined characters found in this variety, and a harmonious balance between acid and sugar, with classic flavors found in this grape holding true in this wine.
While associated with summer, this dry rosé is crafted from Pinot Noir. It is deliciously food-friendly, clean with an uplifting finish making it a perfect choice year-round. We love it with cheese and charcuterie.
An intriguing array of fruit-driven aromas and an equally fruit-filled and zesty palate characterize this unusual northern Italian varietal. Grown on our estate, this is an approachable and interestingly delicious wine.
Graham's Block 7 is our oldest block in the vineyard. A beautiful blend of Pommard and Wadenswil clones, wine from this block is intense and red-fruit focused. The 2015 vintage was warm, and the wine is balanced and expressive.
Planted with 100% Pommard clone and one of the oldest plantings on the estate, the Parsons’ Ridge block always produces wines of complexity and character. This wine is nicely balanced with plenty of fruit and spice.
Each block of our estate-grown Pinot Gris is harvested and fermented separately, enabling us to select our standout lot for this special bottling. This is a dry wine with tropical, fruit-forward notes.
The Reserve is an expression of the highest-quality Pinot Noir from each vintage. Grapes from our best estate growing sites are fermented and aged separately and assembled after maturation.
The Parsons' Ridge site is on a saddle of the vineyard where the Pinot Noir vines face two different directions, resulting in numerous expressions of the grapes. We ferment lots separately then finesse and blend for the final wine.
Scents of ripe cherry, mushroom and cedar, with hints of tobacco and cocoa nibs coming through slightly. Savory herbs, notably sage, intermingle with a slightly darker version of Parsons’ customary Bing cherry.
With 30-year old, self-rooted vines, the trellising for the Pinot Noir vines in the Graham's Block, on the estate vineyard produces clusters with small berries, allowing for more concentrated flavors with deeper red fruit notes.
The 2013 Cataclysm is a youthful and layered Pinot Noir. Winemaker Stephen Webber describes this wine as waiting to blossom. It’s great now, but holds much promise for the future. Enjoy now on special offer.
Fruit hailing from Block 1 is named for the cataclysmic Missoula Floods. Marionberry, Bing cherry and black currant aromas mingle with fresh earth, wet stone, sage and baking spice.