Enfield Wine Company, Citrine Chardonnay 2017Regular price $35.00 Save $-35.00
Enfield Wine Co. is the passion project of John Lockwood and his wife Amy Seese. Founded in 2010, the project is very young, but despite that has recently started to gain attention nationwide. I first started to taste with John in 2013 and have been championing the honest wines ever since. These are truly some of my favorites from California. John only uses native yeast and the wine is never filtered or cold stabilized. John’s passion is contagious and I’m thrilled to pass it along to you. Citrine is the first wine that John blended multiple vineyards into and is a mixture of locations that are all own-rooted and over 40 years in age.
Enfield Wine Company, Syrah La Femme Sauvage California 2016Regular price $40.00 Save $-40.00
La Femme Sauvage Syrah is Enfield’s first vineyard blend Syrah, a fresh and partially carbonic mix of fruit from Brosseau, Richards, and Haynes, each single vineyard worthy in their own right. This is a playful wine made from serious fruit.
Enfield Wine Company, Syrah Haynes Vineyard Coombsville 2016Regular price $50.00 Save $-50.00
While in flight to California a few years back, I was reading the newest article posted by Punch Drink about some vineyards in the Extreme Sonoma Coast. Immediately I emailed John Lockwood, the owner, after reading his quote that he was "the lucky asshole who found this old vine cabernet vineyard" in Fort Ross-Seaview. Any guy who says that is someone I want to meet. He emailed back before my flight even landed, and we met the next morning at a custom-crush facility where he produces his wines. John is a passionate person and has no interest in doing anything that he does not fully love. As I have continued to chat with him on a regular basis, I have seen his passion for all of the vineyards he works with are at the highest degree. Haynes vineyard is something special due to the location. If you climb the tree in the middle of the vineyard, you can see through the entire San Pablo Bay. It truly is a historic site with some of the oldest vines in Napa.