We’ve got a lot to explain.

Hello!

Welcome to Imagery Estate Winery’s new blog, where we encourage you to “broaden your palate”. Not sure what that means? Well pour yourself a nice glass of Mourvèdre and we’ll try to explain.

We do things a little differently here at Imagery Winery. For example, you probably won’t find us pouring your usual California Chardonnay; not that we don’t love Chardonnay, we just think it’s been done (and done well) by a lot of Sonoma wineries. What you will find are far more rare and interesting varietals such as Petite Sirah, Viognier and Lagrein. We make these special wines in small lots and we source them from special vineyards such as our Upper Ridge Vineyard located about an hour North of the winery in the Pine Mountain / Cloverdale Peak AVA.

As anyone who has visited our winery knows, your taste won’t be the only sense attracted to Imagery. Over the past couple decades, we have amassed a huge collection of original artwork commissioned from artists and displayed on our labels. Many of the original pieces hang in our tasting room and gallery so our guests can enjoy them while sipping our wines, click here to enjoy them while browsing the internet.

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There are some great stories behind these pieces of art, and some even better ones behind the wines. We plan to post those stories here, along with some interesting tidbits about the people who make it happen and some helpful tips on pairing our wines. We hope you’ll come back often to learn more about Imagery Estate Winery. Remember, even if you can’t pronounce the name of the wine, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it.

 

 

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