Receive your first shipment at signup, with future releases announced twice each year in March and October.
This allocation is a focus on Catie's Corner and its lovely wines from Grenache Blanc and Pinot Noir. The farming of this vineyard couldn't be in better hands. At Catie's Corner we're honored to work with Steve Dutton and Christine Margetts. Steve is one of the most revered growers of the Russian River Valley. Christine began working with Saralee (Catie's mom) at Saralee's Vineyard when just 16, and grew up much like a daughter at her side. Grenache Blanc is a not-so-common varietal in the United States. Years ago we were moved by the Grenache Blanc of Kris Curran under her own label, and personal tastings from the Perrin Family of Château de Beaucastel and Robert Haas of Tablas Creek. Years later we were delighted to be able to start working with such an outstanding, albeit tiny, block of Grenache Blanc at Catie's Corner. The Pinot Noirs in this allocation highlight the beauty you can achieve through the diversity of vintages. The brighter, more delicate 2014 is going to shine with age, while the more voluptuous 2015 appears ready for earlier enjoyment. With the extremely small crop of the 2015 vintage, the 2015 will have very limited availability.
To adhere to the highest standards of payment security, and to receive the wines at the price quoted, all members must confirm their payment method and request any changes to their allocation by April 1. If attending a pickup event, you are welcome to do this in person. Otherwise, sign in to your account below.
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Join us for a complimentary pickup event with small plates at the winery on either of the dates below. No reservations needed. If you elected to ship or cannot attend, we will bill your account the week following the last pickup event. We will either ship or hold your wines for pickup then, based on your election.
We have just a small number of bottles of 2012 Tondre Grapefield Pinot Noir remaining at the winery. Let us know if you would like to add this wine to your allocation to receive it at the current price. After April 1, we expect to move this wine into our library collection at a higher price.
In exchange for all the benefits of membership, and by providing the winery with your payment card on file, you acknowledge that you are part of a subscription service with recurring charges for member releases twice each year, around March and October, until you cancel your membership. To cancel your membership, email email@example.com. We do not issue refunds for releases once processed per the date stated in each release announcement. Please stay up to date with your membership and contact us with any questions.
New members receive their first release at signup, and receive the next release at its normal release time. If signing up within 30 days before the next pickup event, members may opt for their signup wines to replace the next release.
To ensure availability of the wines offered with each release, we may ship wines that have not been picked up 30 days after the last pickup event, even if you elected to pick up. After 30 days, we cannot guarantee availability of your specific allocation.
Memberships with out-of-date payment information or wines not picked up 30 days after the last pickup event may be considered out of date and canceled by the winery. Once a membership is canceled, you must rejoin as a new member. Rejoining may be subject to a waiting list.
Complimentary shipping is to no more than one address per 3 bottles, and does not apply to shipping charges on returns or re-shipping.
coterie noun. A small group with shared interests or tastes.
Since 2007, Coterie has produced wines from tiny parcels within acclaimed vineyards that express the distinction of their place. We make every wine berry to bottle by hand with as little intervention as possible. Our winery is nestled in a cozy neighborhood near downtown San Jose, around the corner from the SAP Center and The Historic Alameda. We're part of a movement of wineries locating back into urban areas to make fine wines within the communities in which we live.