Our aim is to showcase our Marin County vineyards soils and uniquely cool climate attributes by crafting a beautifully balanced Dry Riesling.
"This medium-bodied wine's message is not one of "fruitness" per se, and it very much adheres to the bone-dry, mineral-inflected Riesling model favored by Pey-Marin. It is rounded on entry and firms as it crosses the palate before finishing on grapefruit notes punctuated by suggestions of wet stones. Structure is the keynote here, and, while a cleansing companion to meaty fish at the moment, it is, as its predecessors from Pey-Marin have consistently proven, a wine that can be safely cellared and will grow for a half-decade and more. "
– Connoisseurs Guide to California Wine