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With gnarly vines growing right out of red, oxidized iron rock, to suddenly land in this vineyard, you’d think you were in the Rhone region of Southeastern France. While that would be nice, almost as pleasantly, you’d actually be in one of the more deservedly famous sites in all of California for growing Rhone grapes. We’re lucky to make 5 wines from this renown site. Our Viognier is a reminder of just how good this wine can be from the right site and treated the right way in the cellar. It’s got a telltale scent of white flowers interlaid with a lovely paraffin aroma. The crisp acidity ties the wine together wonderfully.
$28.00 per Bottle

The rolling hills of Santa Barbara County provide the perfect balance of warm sunshine and the cooling effect from the Pacific Ocean for growing Rhone style varietals. Fruit for our Vin Blancs White Rhone Blend is sourced from top-notch vineyards in this prime growing area. Our Vin Blancs is a careful blend of Viognier, Roussanne and Marsanne. Our Vin Blancs is a bright, rich wine that first presents a full range of floral notes, honeysuckle and citrus blossom aromas. The lush mouthfeel and bracing acidity provide the perfect balance to the wine.

$24.00 per Bottle

For as long as Roger Roessler has been making Pinot Noir, he has sought out the greatest vineyards in California. But if he was forced to pick just one site—a “Sophie’s Choice” so to speak—he would choose the Sanford & Benedict Vineyard in Sta. Rita Hills. The first thing you notice about our 2012 S&B Pinot is the beautiful garnet red color. There’s an earthy element to the nose, but also striking whiffs of clove, spice and fresh plum coming from the glass. Flavors of clove and spice intermingle with a brooding fig undertone and finishing with a lovely gentle pepper. Built for aging, this wine is in its early stages and a great match for grilled steak or slow-cooked short ribs.

$56.00 per Bottle
Due to the limited availability of this item, the maximum order quantity is 3.
The 2013 Carignane is the darker, slyer twin of the Grenache, the Easu to the Jacob. Picked at the same time, fermented in the same manner, yet worlds apart. It’s dark as the midnight seas with a bramble quality that makes you just want to fall into the glass. But then there’s a light and long finish that reminds you of the great farmhouse wines of Provance. With gnarly vines growing right out of red, oxidized iron rock, to suddenly land in this vineyard, you’d think you were in the Rhone region of Southeastern France. While that would be nice, almost as pleasantly, you’d actually be in one of the more deservedly famous sites in all of California for growing Rhone grapes.
$34.00 per Bottle

With gnarly vines growing right out of red, oxidized iron rock, to suddenly land in this vineyard, you’d think you were in the Rhone region of Southeastern France. While that would be nice, almost as pleasantly, you’d actually be in one of the more deservedly famous sites in all of California for growing Rhone grapes. We’re lucky to make 5 wines from this renown site. The Grenache Blanc has a lovely and electric core of energy that practically hums in the glass. This is balanced by its lovely light honeysuckle and lemon zest flavors. One of our favorites every year.

$24.50 per Bottle
With gnarly vines growing right out of red, oxidized iron rock, to suddenly land in this vineyard, you’d think you were in the Rhone region of Southeastern France. While that would be nice, almost as pleasantly, you’d actually be in one of the more deservedly famous sites in all of California for growing Rhone grapes. We’re lucky to make 5 wines from this renown site. The 2013 Rhapsody is a an ode to joy of lovely red and black fruit flavors singing out with graphite and earth aromas and a structure that completes this symphony.
$26.00 per Bottle

With gnarly vines growing right out of red, oxidized iron rock, to suddenly land in this vineyard, you’d think you were in the Rhone region of Southeastern France. While that would be nice, almost as pleasantly, you’d actually be in one of the more deservedly famous sites in all of California for growing Rhone grapes. The  deceivingly light color, the 2013 Grenache pulls a practical rope-a-dope in the glass: “how can a wine this light have so much depth ?!” Don’t’ let that translucent color fool you, this is a serious rhone lover’s delight, leading with aromas of pencil shaving and fresh game then the plum and honeyed earl grey tea.

$34.00 per Bottle
Just outside of the town of Occidental there’s a little logging road you’d miss if you weren’t looking for it, and even then, you have to really keep your eyes peeled. Tucked back, in a little hollow among the red-woods is one of the more spectacular Pinot Noir Vineyards you’ll ever find in California. Absolutely chilly, this small site is always the last to harvest; this ensures for the longest hangtime of any of our site, resulting in deep and concentrated flavors of Black resberry, red plum, tea and iris flower. It’s one of our favorites, and if you can find, it might be one of yours as well.
$68.00 per Bottle
Originally thought to be too cold for Pinot Noir, this far deep-end Vineyard at the North Western boarder of the Anderson Valley really is pushing the limits of where our favorite grape will grow. This cold site requires excruciating attention to ensure even and slow ripening while keeping the elements at bay. The result? Nothing less than perfect: it’s beautiful and light Pinot Noir containing more depth than 99% of other Northern California Pinots. A light anise flaovor compliments the earthy red fruit flavors that highlight this wine.
$54.00 per Bottle
While Roessler is primarily focused on expressions of Pinot Noir, what would life be without a little variety? And, when we came across a site that produced wine that so throughly creates the kind of Merlot we feel is not usually found, we knew we wanted to craft our first Merlot in the long history of the Roessler brothers relationship to wine and grapes in California.

Long thought the finest place for growing Bordeaux grapes, the Oak Knoll Bench in Napa Valley provides ample sunlight, and a craggy, red granite rich soil that’s perfect for ripening Merlot. As cold winds blow north off the San Pablo bay, temperatures drop to the high 40’s, providing a little “rest” for the grapes so they can shut down and the hang-time for complex flavor development.
$38.00 per Bottle
BBL is short and in the cellar for Barrel, but one taste and you’ll know there’s nothing short about this lush and enthralling Pinot Noir. Every year, Roger and Drew pick 3 barrels that, when blended together, represent something decadent, beautiful and truly special. At first they thought they might drink it all, but after some consideration, they decided to share a bit.
$56.00 per Bottle
Owned and farmed by our old friend and long-time Roessler Lover, Mike Cooper, the Bogey is a rustic, ripe and lovely mountain grown Pinot Noir. With its Southern exposure, affording views all the way to the Bay Bridge, cool winds come off the San Pablo Bay and make for extra hang-time and gentle slow flavor development. Always a favorite of ours, we’re just sad at how little there is every year.
$45.00 per Bottle