We make wines meant to drink now - light and fruit forward with zero sugar. Since we are working with killer fruit, we let the grapes speak for themselves with minimal intervention. We are breaking the stereotypes of traditionally big bodied wines, making them approachable and drinkable in any situation.
Our 2019 unoaked chardonnay is complex and smooth. Notes of barely ripe bartlett pear on the nose followed by the bright combination of citrus and sunshine on the tongue. A true expression of the fruit.
We hand pick our grapes from the picturesque Largo Ridge Vineyards, located between Hopland & Ukiah, California. The Ruddick family has been farming since the 1850’s and Sami & Rachel are the first in the family to make wine. Our chardonnay grows on deep loamy soil deposited by the Russian River, while our cabernet and zinfandel grow in fractured rock soils on the elevated hillsides of Largo Ridge.