Home to some of the world’s most renowned Zinfandel, Dry Creek Valley was built by multi-generations of farmers whose commitment to the land still shows through today. Driving the dusty backroads of this region, vineyards of gnarly old-vine Zin beckon to tell their story.
A beautifully terraced vineyard very close to Lake Sonoma, LeVois sits at an elevation of 950 ft in an amphitheater configuration which allows for a range of afternoon sun exposures and ensures a wine with great complexity and flavor.
Our BEST VINTAGE YET!
Dry Creek Valley is known for its Zinfandels and we might become known for this specific Zin. Aromas of red fruits — raspberries, strawberries, a hint of cherries — mix with light baking spice notes. On the palate, flavors of raspberry jelly, pomegranate juice, and white pepper delight with a layered mouthfeel. This wine is lighter in body, but don't mistake that for weakness — you'll find exquisite flavors packed into each sip with an excellent, long and smooth finish.
An exquisite example of Zinfandel from the valley that put it on the map.