Marcassin Vineyard isn't your standard California winery; it's a phenomenon in the realm of New World wines. Though it doesn't fall under the traditional "Grands Crus Classes" designation, it stands shoulder-to-shoulder with esteemed Bordeaux Châteaux like Lafite, Latour, and Margaux.
- Vintages with 100-point scores: 2007 Marcassin Estate Chardonnay, 2012 Marcassin Vineyard Pinot Noir
- Most Popular: Marcassin Vineyard Pinot Noir
- Highest Achievement: Consistent inclusion in top global investment portfolios
Provenance & Masters Behind the Bottle
Founded by Helen Turley and John Wetlaufer, Marcassin Vineyard is a shining beacon of winemaking prowess. Helen Turley, a legend in the winemaking community, has shaped Marcassin to be an epitome of exclusivity.
Vineyard & Craftsmanship
Nestled in the Sonoma Coast, the Marcassin estate comprises 20 acres of vineyards. These varietals undergo rigorous hand-selection processes to ensure only the crème de la crème contribute to the wine's final profile.
Aging & Investment Value
Marcassin wines are not just beverages; they're financial assets. The winery's best vintages not only age gracefully but also accrue significant value over time.