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Aubin Cellars

Aubin Cellars Jérôme Aubin, has been working in the wine industry in France and the United States for the last 12 years importing French oak barrels from Rousseau of Burgundy, Saint-Martin of Bordeaux and Balazs of Hungary. His ongoing career in the barrel business enables him to visit yearly over 250 wineries in California, Oregon, Washington, New York States in the United States and British Columbia, Ontario provinces in Canada. From these numerous barrel tastings, he acquired a taste for different styles of wines, expressing in each a unique quality. He sought to benefit from this fruitful interaction with winemakers and the visits to various wine producting regions to inspire his own style and select the best possible grapes.


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6050 Colton Boulevard, Oakland, CA, US, 94611 Email:
Phone: 510-339-0170 Web:
Fax: 510-339-0173
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  Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
80% of this Sonoma Coast blend is sourced from our closest vineyard to the Pacific ocean and is greatly influenced by cold fog. For added complexity and structure we used 20% of Carneros Pinot Noir fruit (Swan clone) in this Sonoma Coast blend. Harvested earlier than its Russian River counterpart, the Sonoma Coast blend expresses a cooler, brighter and more nervous version of Pinot Noir. On the nose, our 2004 offering is full of scents of raspberries, rose petals, cinnamon and tobacco. In spite of a voluptuous and viscous mouth feel, the wine does not lack balanced acidity and structured length.
  Syrah Columbia Valley
100% of this Columbia Valley is sourced from Boushey Vineyard, close to the town of Grandview in the mid-Yakima Valley, at 900-1200 feet elevation. Syrah grapes are grown on a particular south facing slope called “Grande Côte” characterized by good air drainage and cooler climate compared to other regions. The owner, Dick Boushey, is one of the most reputable grower in Washington state, serving for years as a leader in Washington’s budding wine industry. The long growing season (harvest in October) and the unique soil greatly enhance the wines complexity: blackcurrant, minerality and sustained acidity characterize this wines' s aromatic profile.


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