White & Rosé

  • 2022 Verdelho Photo
    2022 Verdelho 2022 Verdelho North Coast Portuguese Varietal

    2022 Verdelho
    North Coast
    12.8% Alcohol by Volume

    Pronounced "Ver-del-ho".  It is a wine that originates from Portugal, where it is commonly used in the great Madeira fortified wines.  It has also been popular in Australia as a dry, white wine for many years.  Our version is the latter, a dry white wine.  It is a fun, fruity wine characterized by aromas of tropical fruits and lime, but balanced with great acidity.  This wine will pair beautifully with a patio, a beach, or anything summery.

    We're always looking to explore unusual varieties such as Vedelho, a white grape historically used to make blended, tradutional sweet wines. This wine,however is crisp, dry, and incredibly tropical; and it makes us wonder what took us so long to find it.

    $29.00
  • 2021 Viognier Photo
    2021 Viognier 2021 Viognier Knights Valley Sonoma County SFCWC Gold Medal

    2021 Viognier
    Knights Valley, Sonoma County
    ABV - 13.1%

    My Dad was an insatiable grape explorer - he wanted to make every variety from every region. Though we made a few small lots of Viognier over the years for blending, we never made a varietal bottling. It makes me proud and happy to complete one of the few unfinished grape expeditions we started together.

    $45.00
  • 2021 Gamboge Chardonnay Photo
    2021 Gamboge Chardonnay 2021 "Gamboge" Chardonnay North Coast

    2021 "Gamboge" Chardonnay
    North Coast—California
    13.1% Alcohol by Volume

    The fruit for this wine comes from a vineyard in the Suisin Valley, just southeast of Napa. The grapes were divided into different lots and fermented with a Saccaromyces Bayanus yeast, a Saccaromyces Cerevisae yeast, and a Candida Zemplenina (a non-Sacch yeast used for low alcohol wines), with the latter used to contribute to a more complex and aromatic wine. The seperate lots are then blended together to create this wine, and we couldn't be happier with the results. On the nose this wine opens up with a waft of nectarines, peaches and orange blossoms all while being caressed by subtle notes of butter. The palate shows more of the same, along with subtle hints of jasmine and wet slate. No oak present.

    Fun facts about the color gamboge:
    Gamboge is a deep yellow pigment derived from the gum of a species of an evergreen tree of the family Guttiferae which grows in Southesast Asia, primarily Cambodia and Thailand. The first use of the pigment dates back to the 8th century and gets its name from a now-antiquated name for Cambodia, Camboja.

    $25.00
  • Snapshot Series #07:  2021
    Snapshot Series #07: 2021 "Vexing Tyche" White Blend 2021 "Vexing Tyche" White Blend Snapshot Series #07 51.2% Grenache Blanc, 20.9% Sauvignon Blanc, 17.4% Viognier & 10.5% Chenin Blanc North Coast - New Release!

    2021 "Vexing Tyche" White Blend
    Snapshot Series #07
    North Coast—California

    51.2% Grenche Blanc
    20.9% Sauvignon Blanc
    17.4% Viognier
    10.5% Chenin Blanc

    13.7% Alcohol by Volume
    120 cases produced
    Released 2023

    In Greek Myth, Tyche is the Goddess of fortune. She is the arbiter of luck and controls the destiny of a community; a (capricious) protector that gifts prosperity and dispenses ill fortune. In 2021—after a string of wildfires, pandemic, and drought—we decided to take things into our own hands. Instead of playing it safe in a precarious moment, we went on a rampage of taking chances and pushing our boundaries. This blend is entirely compromised of those chances. Don't get me wrong—I'm not forsaking Tyche—but I'm not waiting around either. This wine is the liquid equivalent of "fine, I'll do it myself". And in making it, we made our own fate. - Lucas Meeker

    $55.00
  • 2021 Rhonoceros Rosé  Photo
    2021 Rhonoceros Rosé 2021 Rhonoceros Rosé North Coast Grenache & Viognier

    2021 Rhonoceros Rosé
    North Coast, California
    12.9% ABV
     

    Rosé all day! This blend of 92% Grenache and 8% Viognier highlights the fresh, bright, and playful side of these varieties. Best paired with a lawn chair and sunglasses. 

    $29.00
  • 2021
    2021 "Pop Punk" Rosé of Pinot Noir Pét-Nat #05: "Relentlessly Knuckleheaded and Sorta Wonderful" 2021 "Pop Punk" Rosé of Pinot Noir Pét-Nat #05: "Relentlessly Knuckleheaded and Sorta Wonderful" Nakai Vineyard - 828 Clone Russian River Valley

    2021 "Pop Punk" Rosé of Pinot Noir Pét-Nat
    #05:  "Relentlessly Knuckleheaded and Sorta Wonderful"
    Russian River Valley—Sonoma County
    12.1% Alcohol by Volume

    This is our second release of a Rose sparkling wine made naturally (French term: méthode ancestrale), meaning how sparkling wine was made before disgorging became a thing. It is called "Pet Nat", which is short for Pétillant Natural, and it certainly is not your typical sparkling wine. We hand-bottled the wine before it completed fermentation, which allows for its natural effervescence. But here's the rub, it also traps the lees from the yeast, making the wine cloudy or hazy; think Hazy IPA beers or ciders for example. The lees, which enhance flavor and aroma in the wine, tend to settle out and find their way to the bottom of the bottle. So, when you first open the cap, you will need to allow those bubbles a chance to break up the lees and the wine to return to its cloudy (preferred) state for drinking.

    $34.00
  • 2022
    2022 "Pop Punk" Grenache Pét-Nat #10: Dog-Eared Page 2022 "Pop Punk" Grenache Pét-Nat #10: "Dog-Eared Page" Venturi Vineyard Mendocino
    2022 "Pop Punk" Grenache Pét-Nat
    #10: "Dog-Eared Page" 
    Venturi Vineyard
    Mendocino—California
    12.1% Alcohol by Volume
     
     
    Larry Venturi’s family has tended vines on the benchland above Calpella for over 100 years. He is the archetypical old-timer in all the best ways; the kind of grower who plants head-trained and dry-farmed Grenache in 2017 and then farms it organically because that’s how he farms everything. This block is on the uppermost bench of his ranch, and the slightly higher elevation and farming techniques help limit these young vines of a vigorous variety to a moderate crop of intense concentration.

     
    $38.00
  • 2019 Pink Elephant Rosé Photo
    2019 Pink Elephant Rosé 2019 Pink Elephant Rosé Cab Franc, Merlot, Malbec Sonoma County

    Sonoma County
    12.8% Alcohol by Volume

    This is our every day drinker... Dry rosé made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Frranc, Merlot, and Malbec. The color has a beautiful salmon-like hue, and the aromas and flavors are reminiscent of guava, strawberry, and lemonade. 

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  • 2018 Single Thread Rosé  Photo
    2018 Single Thread Rosé 2018 Single Thread Petaluma Gap Rosé of Pinot Noir

    100% Pinot Noir
    Petaluma Gap - Sonoma County
    12.7% Alcohol by Volume

    Yes, its true, we got back into the Pinot Noir game in 2018, when we received some fruit from a vineyard in the Petaluma Gap. The fruit came in a little late, so we did a bleed off of some of the juice to improve the overall quality of the Pinot Noir we're making from it. And rather than letting that beautiful pink juice go to waste, we held on to it to be made into a rosé. We offered the wine to one of our favorite local restaurant clients SingleThread Farms, as an exclusive wine for their wine program this summer and with their permission can offer it to you as well. If you are not familiar with SingleThread Farms (singlethreadfarms.com), the farm, restaurant, and inn opened here in Healdsburg in December 2016 and just recently received a 3 star Michelin rating. It is quite an honor to have our wines featured on their wine list and to collaborate with them on this wine. The wine is gorgeous! Lovely light pink-orange color greets you to a nose of lemon peel, watermelon rind, green papaya, and kaffir lime. The palate shines with sunkissed Meyer lemon up front, a focused lime mid-palate, and a fleshy, green-applesauce finish.

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  • 2017 Photo
    2017 2017 "Becoming Independent" Rosé Supports Non-Profit Social Impact Organization

    In the spirit of collaboration and giving back to our community, we have partnered with Becoming Independent, a local non-profit providing innovative services for adults with developmental disabilities. Our Becoming Independent Rosé, is our 2017 Pink Elephant, labeled specifically for this project. The artwork featured on each label was provided by a Becoming Independent artist Mark Thomas for this wine. Meeker will make a donation for every bottle sold of this wine to help sustain BI’s 50+ year history of elevating human abilities for the mutual benefit of our community. For more information about Becoming Independent, please visit their website: becomingindependent.org

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  • 2018 Photo
    2018 2018 "Becoming Independent" White Wine Supports Non-Profit Social Impact Organization

    In the spirit of collaboration and giving back to our community, we have partnered with Becoming Independent, a local non-profit providing innovative services for adults with developmental disabilities. Our Becoming Independent White Wine is in fact our 2018 Meeker Verdelho, labeled specifically for this project. The artwork featured on the label was provided by a Becoming Independent artist Denee Locke for this wine. Meeker will make a donation for every bottle sold of this wines to help sustain BI’s 50+ year history of elevating human abilities for the mutual beneft of our community. For more information about Becoming Independent, please visit their website: becomingindependent.org

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  • Meeker Colored Corkscrews Photo
    Meeker Colored Corkscrews Meeker Colored Corkscrews Click on photo for available colors

    Please specify the color you would prefer:

    • Aqua Blue
    • Burgundy
    • Chocolate
    • Dark Green
    • Hazelnut
    • Light Pink
    • Lime Green
    • Navy
    • Olive Green
    • Orange
    • Purple
    • Red
    • Turquoise
    • White
    • Yellow
    $12.00