NEW RELEASES                                                                                            

Limited production wines are now available from rare grapes like Corvina, Lagrein, Trousseau, Carignane, Sangiovese, Touriga Nacional, Alvarelhao and Muscat Canelli.

Wines produced with no added sulfites are being released under the TERRANE label. Watch for new 2013 and 2014Terrane wines made from Carignane and Nebbiolo.



PINOT NOIR:  Coast Grade Vineyard is located in the Santa Cruz Mountains a mere two miles from the Pacific Ocean. On a ridge shared with a limestone quarry, this vineyard has the potential to create very exciting new wines. If the wine coming out of the press was indicative, expect beautiful aromatics with fresh mountain strawberry fruit built around a limestone-influenced frame.

TROUSSEAU:  Located in the La Cienega Valley of San Benito County, the Siletto Vineyard has been growing this forgotten grape for many years in mixed limestone/granite soils.



Sourcing more unusual grapes from the legendary Ron Siletto down in Cienega Valley. This year, Ron will be providing Grenache, Trousseau, Cabernet Sauvignon and Brunello(Sangiovese). From the high-altitude Sumu Kaw Vineyard in El Dorado County, comes Syrah and Mourvedre. Also from the Sierra Foothills, Greco di Tufo, Malvasia, Aglianico and Montepulciano from Gianelli Vineyard. And from Lodi comes Corvina, Rondinella and Mission.



Los Angeles Magazine, Lou on Wine: Harrington Secateur 2013, January 27, 2015

The Vinguard, The Re-Education of Bryan Harrington, written by Pamela Busch, September 26, 2013                  

The Underground Wine Letter on the Harrington 2011 Red Wine, a California blend of Teroldego, Lagrein, Charbono, and Pinot:

San Francisco Examiner, A look back at the most memorable wines of 2013, Pamela Busch, December 27, 2013