2021 Spring Release
Wingtine Chardonnay is named after the specialized wing tine shank used to cultivate Goldridge soil, including our own Estate farm. By lifting and fracturing the soil vertically and horizontally, this specialized wing–shaped plow reduces tractor passes, while maintaining soil structure and integrating sustainable farming practices. For the first time, the 2019 Wingtine Chardonnay includes a portion of the Estate component fermented in concrete egg, with the remaining lots barrel fermented in neutral and once-used French oak. This neighborly blend of fruit from the Heintz Ranch and the Estate showcases classic Sonoma Coast Chardonnay character.