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2023 Catie's Corner Rosé of Pinot Noir
Russian River Valley
750 mL

Winemakers love rosé. At Coterie, we've always made a little behind the scenes. Now it's a regular part of our lineup. We don't make much, but whatever we do produce comes decidely from Catie's Corner (aside from our members-only rosé). This vineyard is farmed for us by Steve Dutton, one of the most revered winegrowers of the Russian River Valley. Each year, we select the juiciest, brightest parts of this vineyard — the same vineyard as our single-vineyard Pinot Noir, and give this fruit just a few hours on the skins. The 2023 vintage has a delicate peachy color, sippably soft acidity, and delightful notes of strawberry, rose petal, melon, and citrus zest.

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$32

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2020 Glenrose Vineyard Roussanne
Adelaida - Paso Robles
750 mL

Roussanne is a challenge to grow and difficult to vinify. At the winery we say Roussanne has everything going against it, except that it tastes really good. It is also beautiful with age. Our friends at Tablas Creek turned us on to the lovely Roussanne at the nearby Glenrose Vineyard within the Adelaida District of Paso Robles. This area is a bit cooler than the rest of Paso Robles, but still the warmest from which we produce. With a bit longer élévage than in previous years, the 2020 vintage has a lovely balance of richness and vivacity featuring notes of delicate stone fruit and vanilla layered with traces of an earthy black tea and bright hints of yuzu.

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$35

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2019 Catie's Corner Pinot Noir
Russian River Valley
750 mL

The Pinot Noir at Catie's Corner has some of the most complex floral and berry notes among all our vineyards. Catie's Corner is farmed for us by Steve Dutton, one of the most revered winegrowers of the Russian River Valley. We make this wine from 2A (Wadensvil), 16 (Jackson), and Swan cuttings of Pinot Noir planted in the mid-1990s, among our oldest vines. While 2A and Swan are well known to the area, 16 is a less common heritage cutting that adds a unique character to this wine. The 2019 vintage features alluring notes of ripe, red berries and violets, complemented by savory hints of dried pine straw and laurel, with a trace of toffee.

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$42

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2019 Kirk Williams Ranch Pinot Noir
Santa Lucia Highlands
750 mL

The Pinot Noir at Kirk Williams Ranch is deeply flavorful with rich fruit, complex earthiness, and alluring spice. Kirk Williams Ranch is adjacent to the famed Garys' Vineyard (the land of which Kirk also owns) and just south of the renowned Rosella's Vineyard. Under Kirk's care and guidance, this vineyard has established its own outstanding reputation. We make this Pinot Noir from Pommard 4, 667, and 777 cuttings. The 2019 vintage was fermented with 18% whole clusters. It is an elegant, more delicate rendition than usual, with notes of Brooks cherry, bramble, and violets, complemented by a touch of chalky minerality and black tea.

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$42

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2021 Tondre Grapefield Pinot Noir
Santa Lucia Highlands
750 mL

The Pinot Noir at Tondre Grapefield is often our darkest with deeply satisfying fruit and complex savory attributes. Tondre Grapefield is farmed by multi-generational winegrower Joe Alarid. It is just down the road from Kirk Williams Ranch, so comparisons between the two are provocative. We make this wine from Pommard 4, 667, and 943 cuttings planted in the mid-1990s, among our oldest vines. While Pommard 4 and 667 are well known to the area, 943 is a less common cutting with extremely small, flavorful clusters. The 2021 vintage has an especially dark color with luscious notes of black cherry, cedar box, vanilla, and clove, interwoven with wildflower.

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About the Winery

Our wines | Our vineyards | Our story

coterie — noun.
A small group with shared interests or tastes.

Since 2007, Coterie has produced wines from tiny parcels within acclaimed vineyards that express the distinction of their place. We make every wine berry to bottle by hand with exceptional care in the vineyard and non-interventional practices at the winery. The winery is nestled in a cozy neighborhood near downtown San Jose, where it transformed an old warehouse into a beautiful place for wine.