Dutton Ranch Pinot Noir
The Flyer Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
Gap’s Crown Vineyard Chardonnay
Lakeview Vineyard Pinot Noir
Mardikian Estate Pinot Noir
Pratt Vineyard Pinot Noir
Pratt Vineyard, Vine Hill Road Chardonnay
Sundawg Ridge Pinot Noir
Toulouse Vineyard Pinot Noir
Wightman House Pinot Noir
Wildcat Vineyard Pinot Noir
Dutton Ranch Vineyards
Gap’s Crown Vineyard
Sangiacomo Roberts Road Vineyard
Sundawg Ridge Vineyard
Vine Hill Vineyard
Wightman House Vineyard
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Yes, MacPhail does have a wine club. We like to think of it as a society of like-minded Pinot Noir fans (who like Chardonnay too). Confirmed access to MacPhail wines, including the Mardikian Estate Pinot Noir, pretty much fills our wine wagon, but there’s much more to your membership.
Winter Wine Club New Release Event
Join us for your chance to taste through new release wines and special cellar selections. More details coming soon.
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World of Pinot Noir
Saturday, March 7, 2:30pm – 6:00pm @ Ritz-Carlton Bacara
Join MacPhail Wines in Santa Barbara at the Ritz Carlton Bacara Resort for one of our favorite events of the year. We’ll be participating in the 'Saturday Grand Tasting', which features over 120 of the planet's foremost Pinot Noir producers.
Spring Wine Club New Release Event
Join us to celebrate the new vintage of our Anderson Valley offerings. More details coming soon.
Russian River Valley
Toulouse is another important touchstone to the MacPhail tradition, dating back to 2002. Today, MacPhail is the only winery sourcing fruit from the vineyard, with most going into the Toulouse house brand.
The Toulouse Vineyard represents the coolest climate Pinot Noir we source for MacPhail- just past Philo and literally up against the Pacific Ocean. This wine is brooding and full of energy with elegant well-integrated tannins and floral aromatics that strike me as pretty. It is a well-structured wine with layered flavors of deep black cherries interlaced with elements of earthy and Asian spices. – Matt Courtney, Consulting Winemaker
“Every wine I put in the bottle is made with same the approach – capture all the potential in the glass without having to augment or subtract. I believe less intervention in the cellar makes a better wine. My goal is to craft a seamless wine where every component is in balance. Fleshy and full-bodied, this is a well-structured wine with distinctive acidity that supports beautiful black and red cherries and classic Anderson Valley notes of earthy spice.” – Matt Courtney, Consulting Winemaker
~ 94 Points “Cellar Selection” / This impressive wine has power combined with complexity, as expansive aromas of black cherry, cedar and rose petal lead to a full body, firm tannins and concentrated black-fruit flavors that linger on the finish. Aged in only 25% new oak, it will drink best after 2020. Cellar Selection. —J.G. — Wine Enthusiast
This is one to put away for a while, allowing the whole cluster influences to mellow a bit. Dark cherry and rich red plums shout for attention, in a well structured wine with classic Anderson Valley notes of earthy spice and crushed rock. Fleshy and full-bodied, it’s not for the faint of heart. Authentic in every way, this is a style recognizable and revered.
~ 90 Points “Outstanding” / “Moderate reddish purple color in the glass. There is more oak in this wine than I like, but otherwise it is a captivating wine. Aromasof boysenberry, blackberry,cola and toasty oakare replicated in the mid-weight loquacious flavors. There is admirable lift and juiciness, with silky tannins, with oak striving for attention on the finish. A little less oak intrusion was noted on the following day when tasted from a previously opened and re-corked bottle.”— Rusty Gaffney, PinotFile