Through OUr Single-Vineyard wines
The more time you spend with our wines, the more each vineyard’s personality will reveal itself. Olivet Lane Pinot Noirs tend to show elegant, fresh cherry notes, while our Richaven and Georganne wines are hearty and rich.
Our Meredith Estate vineyard-designate Pinot is our most powerful and complex wine, dark and brooding yet silky and luscious. And Coopersmith Vineyard, with its cocoa and cherry cola notes, is a Russian River classic. But don’t take our word for it—try them all.
Regions & Vineyards
A Curated Collection of Outstanding Sites
Vigneron and Pioneer
In 1975, when Merry was winemaker at Mount Eden Vineyards, clonal selections were not considered to be important. Nonetheless, she took cuttings of a cultivar she had identified as particularly promising, and propagated the “Merry Edwards selection” Pinot Noir clone, UCD 37, also known as “Merry’s Clone.” Two years later, as winemaker at Matanzas Creek Winery, Edwards traveled to the University of Beaune to study clonal selections. Her research upon her return changed the American wine industry’s understanding of the importance of matching clone to site. In 1985, Merry and Dr. Harold Olmo presented the first clonal seminar at UC Davis, where clonal selection has played an important role in the curriculum ever since.