Peay Press

Making Wine in a Hostile Climate on Sonoma’s Coast

New York Times
Eric Asimov

Peay Vineyards is making wines of rare intensity and precision...

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Sonoma Coast Pinot Noirs Blur the Boundary Lines

The New York Times
By Eric Asimov

Sonoma Coast Pinot Noirs Blur the Boundary Lines...

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Chardonnays from the ‘True’ Sonoma Coast Are as Good as White Burgundy (for a Lower Price)

Bloomberg Business By Elin McCoy Winemakers like to joke that only the rich should risk planting vines on the far Sonoma coast, where fog, chilly...

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West Sonoma Coast Wines are on the Rise

Wall Street Journal
JAY MCINERNEY

The weather is cool and the market is hot. The Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays of the West Sonoma Coast, as distinct from the inland “Sonoma...

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Winery of the year: Peay Vineyards

San Francisco Chronicle
Jon Bonné

Thirteen years ago, Nick and Andy Peay set out to make wine from their own grapes, grown on their own land. They had no established...

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A Wine Geek’s Guide to Pinot Noir Clones Around the World

Wine Enthusiast
Anne Krebhiel

“It is difficult to get a good feel for the true character of a clone when the site and the winemaker tend to make a...

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USA, California, Sonoma County: Peay Vineyards Recent Releases

The Wine Advocate
Erin Brooks

Peay Vineyards exists at the edge of the imagination—and the edge of viticulture. Back in the mid-1990s, when Nick and Andy Peay were looking for...

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Peay Vineyards: Arresting new expressions of California’s dynamic wine landscape

The World of Fine Wine
Anne Krebiehl MW

The latest releases from the Peay family vineyards are wines of uncommon brightness and verve that encapsulate the qualities of the new, cool West Sonoma...

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From Green Apple Books to Great California Pinot Noir at Savoy Vineyard

The Street
David Marcus

Mendocino County’s Savoy Vineyard has been one of California’s premier’s sites for Pinot Noir since the 1990s and remains so today under the supervision of...

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Why This Bottle, Really?

The Art of Eating Magazine

The 2015 Scallop Shelf Pinot Noir, named for a cuvée coming from certain parcels with ancient maritime soils and sea-bed fossils, is an exceptional wine....

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Outstanding Blend

SVPN
Meg Vorm

Sun Valley Idaho Wine Auction...

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Let it Rain

Aspen Times

Aspen Times-Winter Rains...

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Our wines are made from grapes grown on our 53-acre hilltop vineyard located above a river in the far northwestern corner of the West Sonoma Coast, 4 miles from the Pacific Ocean. We grow Pinot Noir, Syrah, Chardonnay, Viognier, Roussanne and Marsanne. You can browse our current offerings in our online Wine Shop.

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Want Some Wine?

Our wines are made from grapes grown on our 53-acre hilltop vineyard located above a river in the far northwestern corner of the West Sonoma Coast, 4 miles from the Pacific Ocean. We grow Pinot Noir, Syrah, Chardonnay, Viognier, Roussanne and Marsanne. You can browse our current offerings in our online Wine Shop.

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