Our wines are extremely limited releases from just a few rows that we select from our acclaimed vineyards.
A hot start to fall after a rainy winter yielded rich wines with surprising acidity. Mid-season ripeners shined.
Layers of crisp apple, pear, and light stone fruit lead to a fresh and inviting palate with hints of delicate tarragon in the finish.
Lush notes of apricot and jasmine are intricately woven with a hint of beeswax. A creamy palate is balanced by fresh acidity.
A notably voluptuous vintage from the warm 2017 harvest balancing golden stone fruit with citrus, clove, and a trace of flint.
Tropical elements, star fruit, and a trace of mint stem are complemented by lively acidity softening to a nicely round finish.
100% single-vineyard Pinot Noir. Lovely faint salmon in color with refreshing notes of strawberry, melon, and light rose petal.
Members only. A special release highlighting the gorgeous aromatics of the Swan clone with a classic Russian River Valley profile.
Fermented with 23% whole clusters. Deliciously voluptuous with notes of black cherry, dusty loam, and sweet baking spice.
Co-fermented with 4% Viognier. Fresh and bright with pretty hints of blueberry, wildflowers, and caramel, backed by meaty notes.
A deeply flavorful amalgam of dark berries with a dusting of spice and slightly rustic notes. Great balance from fresh acidity.
An enticing cool-climate Syrah. Dark ruby in color with complex and alluring notes of boysenberry pie, bramble, and baking spice.
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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 exceptional care in the vineyard and non-interventional practices at the winery. Our winery is nestled in a cozy neighborhood near downtown San Jose, a short walk 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.