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Bruce Patch

 

 

Introducing big, lush and drinkable wines spotlighting the acclaimed grapes, vineyards and appellations of Sonoma County. We hope you’ll enjoy these stunning examples from one of the world’s best wine-making regions.

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2013 Carreras Ranch 'Old Vine' Zinfandel

A Dry Creek Valley field blend of zinfandel, carignane, petite sirah & alicante bouchet from vines planted in 1906, this supple beauty was aged 24 months in fine American oak.

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$40.00
 
SKU: 2013CarrerasRanchOldVine
 
2013 Harris Kratka Zinfandel

From the esteemed Harris Kratka Vineyard comes this sumptuous offering, blending zinfandel, carignane & petite sirah. Aged 24 months in French & American oak. 

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$48.00
 
SKU: 2013HarrisKratka
 
2014 'Patchwork' Zinfandel Blend

An elegant Zinfandel blend with seven other varietals! We only made 85 cases.

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SKU: 2014Patchwork
 

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Meet the Winemakers

From the soundscapes of the Hollywood music business to the idyllic landscapes of Sonoma, winemaker Bruce Patch and his partner, artist Andrea Cleall, bring passion to their passion.

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The valleys and vineyards of Sonoma County

Our wines come from the fertile valleys and vineyards of California’s sprawling Sonoma County, bordered by Napa on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west.

One of California’s premier wine regions, Sonoma boasts an extraordinary variety of climates and topography. The misty coastal mountains and fog-shrouded Russian River Valley are ideal for growing some of the world’s best pinot noir and chardonnay grapes, while further inland, the more arid Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys are more suited to zinfandel, syrah, and even Bordeaux varietals such as cabernet and merlot.

We continue a tradition of Sonoma wine making that dates to the early 19th century, and whose heritage is evident in many of the 100-year-old or older vines still visible throughout the region.

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