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Hand-crafted to perfection, our Olivet Lane Chardonnay involves modern-day winemaking techniques that capture the distinct characteristics of our historic estate vineyard.
Estate grown, carefully tended by hand from vineyard to bottle using artisanal methods with obsessive attention to detail.
Our Olivet Lane Unoaked Chardonnay is meant for one reason and one reason alone, to provide an unbiased demonstration of the beauty and grace of Chardonnay on this heritage vineyard.
Méthode Champenoise Sparkling Wine from Olivet Lane. Grown here, aged here, laid down en tirage here and bottled here.
In a class of its own, our first foray into the world of sparkling red wine. Carbonic fermented Pinot Noir finished with Charmat bubbles.
Tank fermented chillable red, forgoing barrel aging. 100% carbonic maceration + native yeast fermentation. Bottled young; Drink young.
An elegant rosé, which lingers long on the palate, erupts from the glass with aromas of guava, kiwi, lilac, and river stones. On the pallet, alpine strawberry and lychee are prominent, sitting round on the front of the tongue. Yuzu and pink grapefruit highlight the bright finish.
Showing off an entirely new side (and shade) of Olivet Lane Pinot Noir. Featured in San Francisco Chronicle's review, "This surprising wine style disguises red as white."
Late Harvest Chardonnay is made in a white port fashion, punctuating after-dinner cheese and desserts.
Clean and expressive. No oak, no malo. Pure Chardonnay.
A cuvée of our favorite pinot noir vineyards around the Russian River Valley, blending different clones grown with the influence of their home terroir and microclimate.
A fine balance of delicacy and structure, the Pellegrini 2019 Alexander Valley Zinfandel spills over with boysenberry, marionberry, nutmeg, and brambles on the nose. Firm tannins and light hints of clove provide a backdrop for black cherry, raspberry, pomegranate.
True varietal characteristics. Bright and luminant, emits aromas of kiwi, honeydew melon, slate, and hydrangeas. The zesty acid projects pineapple and lemongrass, harmonized by lighter tones of apricot and jalapeno.
Shows off the depth of what the Chardonnay grape can do in dramatic fashion.
Gamay grown here in Sonoma County in Knights Valley. On the spectrum with Pinot Noir as a fantastic food wine.
Powerful in the nose, with notes of currants, dark berries, and brambles.