What began in Oregon comes south to crisp, cool Cambria, California in the 2020 vintage. That’s right - blending Pinot Noir and Gamay was so much fun, I decided to try it a little closer to home. Crafting a wine from vines I farmed is incredibly rewarding. With both farming and winemaking done by the same hands, there is an intimacy to this Glug-Glug wine that makes it very special.
Fermented in concrete, raised in old barrels, and bottled with minimal sulfur, the 2020 PG88 is ready to be enjoyed now, served with a chill alongside a simple meal.