We don’t mind saying upfront: we are committed to taking steps toward becoming a more sustainable winery. So much more can be done, but here’s where we’re at so far – reduced bottle weights, eliminated imported foil capsules, converted to recycled paper labels for some wines, and easier-to-recycle screen-printed labels on others. We stopped automatically cold-stabilizing our whites (saved electricity), retained 90% telecommuter schedules, and reduced our market travel by 30%. It’s a journey, not a destination, so we will continue to find ways to improve.
An utterly refreshing Chardonnay that continues to uphold its reputation
One of the most famous, historic sites in Russian River, In 1976, Bacigalupi grapes were part of the Chardonnay that won the “Paris Tasting”
Peter T. Paul, a New Hampshire native son and UNH grad, created this vibrant Chardonnay exclusively for New Hampshire wine lovers.
The New Hampshire state motto is the name for the wine Peter, a NH native, made in 2011 that resonates with the spirit of the Granite State.
Gravenstein Highway PN is meant to be light without being simple. From Sonoma Coast and Russian River sites. Our best selling Pinot.
2019 provided almost flawless growing conditions, unlike 2020 where conditions prevented this wine from being bottled, so stock up.
This vintage rivals our exciting 2018 bottling. A complete Cabernet with all the bells and whistles. Daring you to find something missing...
Deeply rewarding with striking architecture, Master's Blend is our best wine, paying homage to the artistry of Bordeaux's blending tradition
Mary: the best barrel from Terra de Promissio - a source for Williams-Selyem, Kistler, Kosta Browne, and others. Only made in the best years