Experience our wines.

Our wines are extremely limited releases made from just a few rows we select from our acclaimed vineyards.

2012 was a year of ideal conditions.

We saw the rare combination of abundance and well developed flavors amplifying the uniqueness of each site.

2012 Saralee's Vineyard Roussanne
Russian River Valley

Perhaps the prettiest Roussanne we have harvested. Layers of stone fruit, herbal tea, and light citrus. Sumptuous and lacy.

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$28.00 (750 mL)
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2012 Kirk Williams Ranch Pinot Noir
Santa Lucia Highlands

Notes of cherry, plum, and bramble coalesce with traces of baking spice and a faint dustiness typical of the northern highlands.

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$35.00 (750 mL)
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2012 Whole Cluster Pinot Noir
Santa Lucia Highlands

50% whole cluster. Red cherry and bramble join with soft spice, garrigue, and laurel. Lovely acidity and structure for aging.

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$35.00 (750 mL)
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2012 Tondre Grapefield Pinot Noir
Santa Lucia Highlands

A classic Tondre Grapefield exhibiting savory layers of luscious dark berry with earthy notes of spicebox, umami, and plum sauce.

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$37.00 (750 mL)
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2012 Coast Grade Vineyard Pinot Noir
Santa Cruz Mountains

Inviting notes of robust berry and spicebox with hints of seashell minerality speak to this vineyard's bedrock of limestone.

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$38.00 (750 mL)
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2012 Saralee's Vineyard Pinot Noir
Russian River Valley

Red cherry, classic light cola, and heirloom rose with a touch of earthiness create an elegant wine from this iconic vineyard.

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$38.00 (750 mL)
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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.