The Range

in order of yearly appearance.

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BOAZ

Three of the niftiest parcels off the Testa Ranch are picked together and are joined in whole cluster fermentation matrimony. Old vine Carignan, very old vine Grenache, and some of the sexiest Cabernet Sauvignon out there...
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$40/bottle

 

Naomi

100% Grenache Gris from the ancient vines of Gibson Ranch, this white, more than any other wine in the range is an exercise in restraint, balance and the art of the slow reveal. Grenache Gris, being a textural variety...
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$32/bottle

 
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DINOS TO DIAMONDS

What can be said of this, the cuvée meant entirely for experimentation? It is exactly that, and sometimes just for experimentation's sake. A completely different wine each vintage, Dinos affords me the opportunity to play...

CHILION

Two acres of Cortese are farmed at Fox Hill Vineyard. That's roughly 1/6th of all Cortese planted in the United States. Cortese will always be a rarity here, but Cortese with 6(+) months of skin contact doubles down...
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$36/bottle

 

Feints

Working at once with all of the Piedmontese varieties found at Fox Hill, Feints is quite an unexpected wine. It's a co-fermentation of Dolcetto, Barbera, Nebbiolo and Arneis...yes, three reds and a white (and nearly 50%...
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$25/bottle

 
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Rosé

Fox Hill Vineyard is planted ALMOST entirely to Italian varieties. The two Portuguese grapes that go into this wine are the exceptions. Souzao and Touriga Nacional are both primarily relegated to the production of fortified wine...

Elimelech

This is 100% Riesling from the storied Cole Ranch way up in the hills between Ukiah and Boonville. Not quite the expected version of Riesling, Elimelech exists to show you another way. Riesling can be flashy...
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$32/bottle

 
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Mahlon

In the dialect spoken in Piedmonte, from where the grape hails, Arneis is translated to “the little rascal.” after working with this grape at Fox Hill Vineyard since 2009, I know exactly why they call it that. It can be finicky...

$30/bottle