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Wild Hog Vineyard Current Releases

Welcome to Spring 2017

We are getting the rains we hoped for. The ground is soaked and the creeks are running.

Our new Fort Ross-Seaview appellation reflects the special conditions of our region within the larger Sonoma Coast appellation. For more information on the appellation, you can check us out at:

     http://www.sonomawinegrape.org/fort-ross-seaview

All of the wines are drinking well right now. Please do remember to let these wines breathe a bit. They will open up if given a chance.



2013 Estate Bottled Pinot Noir       Fort Ross-Seaview
From our own organically farmed vineyard, five miles from the ocean in the hills above Fort Ross.
This wine is a riper, bigger version of the 2012 vintage. Lush fruit, good body and solid backbone.
Hints of blackberry in the nose. Spice on the pallet.
512 cases were produced    15% alcohol

2013 Estate Zinfandel     Fort Ross-Seaview
From our own organically farmed vineyard, five miles from the ocean in the hills above Fort Ross.
Dark fruit and fresh earth in the nose. Rich robust fruit on the pallet. Smooth and bit of pepper. Backbone.
423 cases were produced   15% alcohol

2014 Estate Syrah     Fort Ross-Seaview
From our own organically farmed vineyard, five miles from the ocean in the hills above Fort Ross. It is a small block of 178 vines.
This big fruit driven Syrah is full bodied, rich,and has dark fruit. Long finish.
42 cases were produced   15% alcohol

2013 Grenache     Dunnigan Hills
This is our first Grenache. It is from Nova vineyard in Dunnigan hills, home of our Montepulciano, Sangiovese, and Petite Sirah. A big wine, with lovely fruit and hint of  spice. 
54 cases were produced   16% alcohol

2014 Eaglepoint Grenache     Mendocino County
This is our first Grenache from Eaglepoint Ranch. It is from Mendocino County and is organically farmed.
A full bodied wine with great structure, black cherry, and well ballanced.
320 cases were produced   14.5% alcohol

2013 Sangiovese     Dunnigan Hills
Another Nova vineyard Dunnigan Hills winner. Also a big fruit driven wine, but with a bit more mid palate richness.
94 cases were produced   15% alcohol

2012 Lost Creek Pinot Noir        Yorkville Highlands
Bright red fruit on the nose. Crisp bright acidity. Round. Smooth. Wild huckleberry.
A little breathing reveals orange peel and cranberry. Subtle oak. Tasty finish.
322 cases were produced          13.5% alcohol

2012 Nova Petite Sirah        Dunnigan Hills
Rich, full bodied, delicious. This is a substantial wine with a lot going on in it. Delicous right now.
122 cases were produced           14% alcohol

2014 Montepulciano        Dunnigan Hills
From the montepulciano grape.
This wine is a favorite, and always fun to share. 
Full bodied, lots of dark fruit, good tannins. It is smooth to drink now.
125 cases were produced              14% alcohol

2012 Nova Zinfandel       Lake County
Another full, rich, smooth Zin from Nova Vineyard. Good body and lingering finish.
309 cases were produced            15% alcohol


For pricing and ordering information, please contact:

Daniel or Marion Schoenfeld
info@wildhogvineyard.com

Wild Hog Vineyard
P.O. Box 189
Cazadero, CA 95421

(707) 847-3687

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This web site was last updated April 7, 2017.