"Before my family established roots in California's wine country, my great-grandfather, Rees T. Jenkins, ranched and farmed in Lander, Nevada. In his day all farming was done 'the natural way'. Today, despite modern agricultural short-cuts, we continue to do things 'the natural way'. It's best for the land and the grapes and essential to crafting the finest, most flavorful wines."
- Morgan Zaninovich, 3rd Generation Winegrower
Good for the land, good for the grapes, good for the wine.
Press & Accolades
Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, 27 Aug, 2017
Another excellent Chardonnay (100% varietal) aged in American oak. The 2013 Chardonnay shows tropical fruit and honeysuckle in a medium-bodied, fresh, lively style, without any real evidence of oak, although American cooperage is used for the aging. Drink now.