Windsor Sonoma Launch 3-Pack In Wooden Box
$59.99 + $5 shipping
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1 Windsor Sonoma Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 2006
1 Windsor Sonoma Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2006
1 Windsor Sonoma Russian River Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2006
“It’s my wine in a box!”
interesting, never heard of them! Is it a sturdy wooden box
worth waiting up for while I dry rub the turkey!
was hoping for more cheese
first ever wine.woot launch?
(new here, I don’t know)
Probably nice stuff, but not for me thanks.
Haven’t heard that euphamism before (but I’ll certainly start using it!)
could make a great gift, anyone know anything about this winery?
I guess the clue from WD makes sense now…
New label…cool! I’m in! Happy turkey day!
I know this is unconventional, but since it’s Turkey-Day eve I wanted to say hello, introduce myself, and let you know that despite the festivities, I’ll be around over the next few days to banter (between zzzzz’s while I’m digesting my triptophan).
I’m the vintner’s right-hand and mouthpiece (well, keyboard piece…I type faster than him!)
I look forward to chatting with you!
PS-Clayfu…never heard of us because it’s a brand new line of wines…(but not a brand new winemaker-Marco DiGiulio, our winemaker, was written up this month in the Spectator as “one of Napa’s top wine consultants.” And amazingly, he’s an incredibly nice guy, as well.
Curious, but a little afraid of the unknown…pass for now.
Ok, I knew that was coming. Here’s the gig…in April of this year Pat Roney, a long-time vintner and the owner of Girard Winery in Napa, bought Windsor Vineyards. I came in with him. We’ve launched the ultra-premium Windsor Sonoma brand as, well, the “mothership”. We’re also building a winery on Westside road in Healdsburg…check out the renderings at windsorsonoma.com
you got me with ultra premium, ah why not.
i found a windsor vineyards on google, is this different?
edit: found it!
found some info on the wines or at least wines with the exact same label
14.85% alcohol on the pinot? yikes!
all RRV fruit, what vineyards?