Wrath’s Winemaker Series showcases different approaches to wine making—whether it be clonal blending, percentage of whole-cluster fermentation, or variations in malolactic fermentation—in order to highlight the diverse characteristics and complexities of our estate fruit.
Bright acidity is balanced with lush fruit flavors; explicitly ripe apricot.
"Fermata" means halted in Italian and this wine is so named because we halt the secondary fermentation at its halfway point. This gives the wine richness but also preserves its acidity and energy.
Expansive and rich, this golden-hued Chardonnay offers peach, baking spices, oak and a hint of butterscotch.
This rich and layered Pinot Noir offers aromas of dark berries and cherry complimented with hints of dried herbs and anise.
A Pinot Noir that exhibits the rich character typical of our growing area, along with a zing of spicy energy from the 667 clone.
Dark cherry, raspberries and a touch of earthiness highlight the characteristics of our growing area.
Wrath's blend of clones 777 and Pommard 4 has always showcased the dark, earthy side of our estate pinot fruit
Inky and intense, this blend is upfront with mulled dark fruit, soy and earthy undertones with a long, lively finish.