Fiddlehead Cellars Sauvignon Blanc

December 07, 2017

Fiddlehead currently crafts 3 styles of Sauvignon Blanc: Happy Canyon, Hunnysuckle and Goosebury.

Each represents a unique palate that falls into the families of great Sauvignon blanc wines from around the world: the Loire, Bordeaux and New Zealand. Goosebury is built to be tropical fruit forward, crisp and refreshing.  It showcases the purity of the grape and has no oak influence.  Hunnysuckle entices with luxurious textures on the palate, without malolactic fermentation.  

French Oak is incorporated in a most silky silhouette and the wine is given extended bottle age prior to release to  enhance its seamless composition. It’s a richly structured wine, with savory undertones and is s dynamic food companion.  Happy Canyon has the broadest reach and on target minerality. Its moderate intensity is satisfying to the nose, to the palate and to the palate memory.  The warm days and cool evenings of “Happy Canyon” are key to the success of each style potential.

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Fiddlehead Cellars Rose

December 07, 2017

Pink Fiddle is a flirty, dry Rosé of Pinot Noir delivers something for everybody.  Its gorgeous color, dry finish and substantial textures make it an easy pick. The entire Pinot Noir grape is dedicated to making this wine, imparting that signature Sta. Rita Hills spice, Fiddlestix Vineyard color and youthful strawberry freshness to a limited supply that always runs out by summers end. A simply delicious wine that is not meant to be taken too seriously!

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Fiddlehead Cellars Pinot Noir

December 07, 2017

For Pinot noir, Kathy loves the stylistic diversity she is able to achieve from sourcing grapes from two very different, equally exceptional growing districts. From our Estate Vineyard, Fiddlestix in the Sta. Rita Hills, we craft “728”, “Lollapalooza” and “Doyle”, and from the Chehalem Mountains in Oregon emerge our “Oldsville Reserve” and “Alloro” wines. From Oregon, we offer our place name wine called “Oldsville Reserve”.  For her first 15 years, Kathy fermented and bottled this wine in Oregon, at a winery off of “Oldsville Road”. (For better control, she now transports the grapes to her California winery.) In addition, there is the occasional vineyard designated bottling which represents the stand out barrel selection. Historically, it could have been Elton or Seven Springs, but today our production is proudly devoted to Alloro Vineyards in the Chehalem Mountains.

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