State of Mind Wine
Their wines are not simply tasty, but they represent, to the best of our ability, the essence of the regions that we produce them in. In Napa, we aim to create wines of balance, elegance and texture that clearly represent the warm sunshine and cool breezes of the valley. In Oregon, we produce Pinot Noir that respects the damp, cool climate of the Willamette Valley, creating aromas of dark cherries, hazelnut and mushroom. In Washington, our white wines are bright, with fresh and lively acidity, while our adventurous Missouri wines are classic to the original American Viticultural Area. We hope you are transported to a different “State of Mind” while enjoying these wines. Until we can share a glass with you in person, we wish you the best!
It would be hard to create an American winemaking project without including California’s Napa Valley. Napa is iconic for its name, but also for the quality of wines coming from this valley. Their wines from Napa are an “ode” to the old school wines of the valley, the BV Georges de Latour & Mayacamas wines from the 60’s and 70’s. Their facility is located in the heart of the Coombsville AVA, and we produce from some excellent and storied single vineyard sites throughout Rutherford, Oakville and Coombsville.
Color : Red
Size : 750mL
Appellation : Napa Valley
Varietals : 77% Cabernet Sauvignon, 14% Petit Verdot, 6% Cabernet Franc, 2% Syrah, 1% Petit Syrah
Alcohol : 14.2%
Aging : 75% New French Oak, 25% Neutral French Oak
Winemaker Notes : This Cabernet Sauvignon based blend is classic in style, with red and black fruits stealing your attention followed by cassis, forest floor and exotic spices. The structure is balanced between oak, fruit, tannin and acid allowing the wine to drink well young, while also providing the ability to age for up to 25 years gracefully. While this wine is from Napa Valley, the majority of the fruit comes from Diamond Mountain in St. Helena.
Color : White
Size : 750mL
Appellation : Carneros Napa Valley
Varietals : 100% Chardonnay
Alcohol : 13.5%
Aging : New French Oak and Stainless Steel Tank
Winemaker Notes : Bright with fresh apple, citrus, pear and honeysuckle. The nose also shows the use of high-quality oak, but in a reserved style. The texture of this wine is addicting, offering striking acid structure but with a sense of silkiness from the malolactic fermentation.