As the dawn of a new vintage breaks before us and the magic is about to begin once again, we are pleased to announce our Spring 2015 Offer. Your allocation is the quantity of each wine available for you to purchase during an offer period. Once a wine is sold out, your allocation for that wine is no longer available, so we encourage you to act quickly.
One of the most defining characteristics of our Camp Meeting Ridge Estate Vineyard is the five and a half acres of meter-by-meter spaced Pinot Noir vines. Meter-by-Meter spacing has long been commonplace in Burgundy where, traditionally, vines were intensively worked by hand, however, with slopes approaching 30% gradient, the decision by our pioneering founders was novel in 1991. Encouraging our members to explore the intricacies of our unique Estates is the sole purpose of Project Terroir’s block wine program and we are excited to include three diverse 2012 Pinot Noir Block selections from Camp Meeting Ridge in this offer in addition to the 2013 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
“Meter-by-Meter spacing leads to smaller vines that yield less fruit, and this smaller yield has the potential for increased quality. None of this is easy on the extreme Sonoma Coast.” — Dave Keatley, Winemaker
Learn more about the meticulous care in the vineyards and the winery that elevate a single block, the current farming activities, tasting notes and a recipe in the Spring 2015 Newsletter by clicking here.
2012 Camp Meeting Ridge Pinot Noir Block 11 (only 110 cases produced)
2012 Camp Meeting Ridge Pinot Noir Block 14 (only 110 cases produced)
2012 Camp Meeting Ridge Pinot Noir Block 15 (only 65 cases produced)
2013 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay 750ml
2013 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 750ml
2013 Flowers Spring Estate Box, a 12-bottle case pre-selected by the winemaker for your convenience, is also available