Current Release Wines

We ship direct to customers in AK, CA, FL, ID and MO. Other buyers should contact us for information on purchasing. 

2014 Hey Kid! Viognier

100% Viognier "Summer peach... Charentais melon, honeysuckle, beeswax, crushed stone and a hint of toast. ...Not shy—it’s lush, aromatic and expressive... the fruit and texture are kept in swift balance by acidity"   Jessica Pinzon, Sommelier, Miminashi Restaurant Napa CA.

Cluster and berry sorting, native yeast fermentation, with lees stirred monthly for 14 months in barrel – half in French oak and half in stainless steel. No malolactic fermentation.

Released Summer 2016                  98 cases produced

 

 

 

$40

 

Forks on the Left Mixed Blacks 2013

A field-blend of 42% Grenache, 31% Syrah, 10% Mourvedre, 8% Petit Sirah, 7% Counoise,and 2% Viognier, “Forks on the Left Mixed Blacks” is a little bolder, more full-bodied, capturing the dark, languid fruit of the southern Rhone and the aromatic intrigue of our favorites from Côte-Rôtie. Petit Sirah offers inky richness, redolent of blue andblackberries, the other red Rhones bring touches of violets and spice and the touch of co-fermented Viognier adds a hint of aromatic intrigue. Cluster and berry sorting, native yeast fermentation. 27 months in French Oak, 40% new. 188 cases produced

$45


 

 

Longtable The Gathering 2012

The Gathering evolves and Grenache moves toward center-stage with our Syrah, the 2012 shows voluptuous, dark red fruit, savory traces of pepper, game and licorice.  Cluster and berry sorting, native yeast fermentation, 15% as whole-cluster  Grenache/Syrah sandwich.  22 months in 50% new French oak. 

61% Syrah, 32% Grenache, 4% Counoise, 3% Mourvedre  

Released Summer 2015. 105 Cases Produced.  

 

$60

 

 

 

Forks on the Left Mixed Blacks 2012

Forks is a little bolder, more full-bodied; a field-blend in keeping with more than a century of Napa tradition, capturing the all the richness and dark, languid fruit of the southern Rhone and the aromatic intrigue of our favorites from Côte-Rôtie. Petit Sirah offers inky richness, redolent of blue and blackberries, the other red Rhones bring velvety mouth-feel, notes of violets and spice mid-palate and the touch of co-fermented Viognier adds a hint of aromatic intrigue. Cluster and berry sorting, native yeast fermentation.  22 months in French Oak, 40% new.

27% Petit Sirah, 24% Syrah, 20% Grenache, 13% Counoise, 12% Mourvedre and 4% Viognier

Released Spring 2015. 82 Cases Produced.

SOLD OUT THROUGH LONGTABLE BUT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE AT:

Bounty Hunter Wines & Spirits
Please contact us for information about future releases.

 

$45

 

Previous Vintages / Sold Out

 

 

Hey Kid! Viognier 2013

Full-bodied, even slightly chewy, notes of ripe peach, honeysuckle and porcelain, and just  a hint of litchi, opulent mouth-feel.  It’s a big, yet nuanced Viognier, ready for the dinner table or an afternoon on the patio – a great change of pace that may want to become a habit.  Cluster and berry sorting, native yeast fermentation, with lees stirred monthly for 10 months in barrel – half in French oak and half in stainless steel.  No malolactic fermentation.

Released Spring 2015. 44 Cases Produced.

 

SOLD OUT THROUGH LONGTABLE
Please contact us for information about future releases and retailers where you might still purchase this vintage.

 

 
 

 

2010 Longtable The Gathering

Our inaugural release. “A rich mix of grapey berry flavors, dried herb and spice accents, and cedar and sandalwood notes...”(James Laube/Wine Spectator).  Cluster and berry sorting.  Native yeast fermentation in small, open-top vessels with 5-6% whole clusters. 24 months in 50% new, French oak barrels and 50% neutral, French oak barrels. 

54% Syrah, 19% Grenache, 12% Mourvedre, 9% Petit Sirah and 6% Counoise

Released Spring 2014. 50 cases produced

 

SOLD OUT THROUGH LONGTABLE
Please contact us for information about future releases and retailers where you might still purchase this vintage.

 

 

Shipping Information

We can currently ship direct to customers in Alaska, California, Florida, Idaho and Missouri. Other buyers should contact us for information on purchasing. You must be 21 or older to purchase wine.