At first glance the 2010 Corkscrew Riesling is clear with a yellow hue. Experience a range of bright kiwi, lime, and peach flavors. A crisp acidity awakens your senses with a classic slate mineral note.
Authentically bone dry, it also carries a light finish. The grapes are from North Coast, Solano County.
2010 Corkscrew Chardonnay
Winner of a Bronze Medal at the 2012 Best of the Bay Wine Competition,
The 2010 Corkscrew Chardonnay possesses a light straw color. It offers a nose full of sweet pears and apples with smokey oak and finishes nicely with a creamy medium body of Bosc pears.
It is pleasantly tart on the tip of the tongue with a mouth coating finish. Corkscrew wine grapes are grown in North Coast, Solano County.
2008 Corkscrew Rose
This is basically a Grenache. A Dark pink boarding on red. Red raspberries and earth on the nose. Light bodied with good acidity and tart cherry and apple flavors, with a nice light sweet-dry finish.
Fitting for a warm sunny day, just chill this French bone-dry Rose and it can be as refreshing as a gentle cool breeze. This has also been a consistent mover at the Farmer’s Market with plenty of returning customers.
2008 Corkscrew Moscato
A beautiful clear straw yellow, aromas of orange petals and sweet musk. A taste of pears and apples.
Medium body is rich in the flavor of liquid pears with a sweet dry finish.
It’s been affectionately called candy in a bottle by some of our customers! This is another Farmer’s Market popular choice that sells out quickly. Muscat goodness from El Dorado Hills.
2007 Corkscrew Merlot
A Hue of sapphire blue, a classic merlot nose. The first impression on the palate has a wonderful tart acidity of a pomegranate followed by the flavor of bing cherries dusted in cocoa powder with a hint of mint.
A medium bodied Merlot with a big bold finish. Delicately oaked in French, American and Hungarian barrels. Russian River Valley, Sonoma County.
2008 Corkscrew Barbera
Deep red color with berry fruit aromas. Ripe flavors of cherries and blackberries with smooth tannins, a easy drinking Barbera.
Hints of pepper and toast on the finish. Aged in natural American, French barrels. El Dorado Hills
2007 Corkscrew Dry Creek Syrah
Rich violet in color with aromas of ultra ripe raspberries, blueberries and mocha.
Rich and generous mouthfeel with elegant oak and layers of fruit leading into a finish of coffee and toffee.
Aged in American, French and Hungarian barrels. Grapes from Dry Creek Valley Sonoma County