In 1927, Giovanni Pedroncelli bought a hillside just west of Geyserville and planted it to Zinfandel. Over the past 92 years, the Pedroncelli family has variously sold grapes to home winemakers during the Prohibition; passed the winery to a second generation and are in the midst of transferring it to a third; and spent 92 years producing affordable, high-quality wines with a true sense of place and an eye toward sustainability. On Saturday, September 14, Kevin will open up four wines produced by Montse Reece, the woman who’s been the winemaker there for the past twelve years. Like our other tastings, it’s a mere $12.50 plus tax and tip to come taste with us, and like our other tastings, the only way to reserve your seat is to call us or reserve in person, since web and email reservations won’t guarantee you a seat. The tasting takes place at 2:00 and seating is limited.
Pedroncelli- a chunk of wine history
2018 Pedroncelli “East Side Vineyard” Sauvignon Blanc, Dry Creek Valley
2017 Pedroncelli “Signature Selection” Chardonnay, Dry Creek Valley
2017 Pedroncelli “Signature Selection” Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley
2016 Pedroncelli “Mother Clone” Zinfandel, Dry Creek Valley