Although we parse water distribution carefully due to drought conditions, late rains have kept Navarro's hills green and wild flowers blooming later than usual, keeping our babydoll sheep happy as they munch the cover crop and sucker the vines for us. We are releasing ten new wines this summer, most are from the '12 and '13 vintages but we've been patiently saving a 2010 Cab for this release as well. Navarro's newest offerings include two multi-faceted Chardonnays, a crisp Sauvignon Blanc, four aromatic whites, a blushingly beautiful dry Rosé and two Gold Medal winning reds. Three value-packed 2013's, Pinot Grigio, Gewürztraminer, Cuvée Traditional and Edelzwicker are being offered as case specials with price tags of only $12.42 per bottle, a modest price for handmade wines crafted from Anderson Valley grapes. Special pricing on samplers and value-wine case specials, as well as One-Cent ground freight and reduced air freight, for all 12 bottle orders will be available until July 31.
Winery of the Year
Just this Summer, Navarro was honored to be named "Winery of the Year" by the California State Fair, as well as awarded several medals, including three Double Golds. View the KCRA-3 video segment for both the Winery of the Year as well as a story on drought independence.
Thanks for supporting our family farm,
Ted Bennett and Deborah Cahn
Aaron and Sarah Cahn Bennett