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Imagery Estate Winery

Imagery Estate Winery In addition to our 20 acre Estate Vineyard in Sonoma Valley, we source grapes from a number of prestige growers both for our Artist Collection wines, which focus on unusual varietals not found in mainstream offerings, and for our Vineyard Collection wines (first release, winter 2000) which celebrate those select vineyards that posess a unique "sense of place" flavor in the grapes.

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Imagery Estate Winery is located on the east side of Highway 12 approximately 10 minutes north of the town of Sonoma.


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14335 Hwy 12, Glen Ellen, CA, US, 95442 Email: info@imagerywinery.com
Phone: 877-550-4278 Web: www.imagerywinery.com
Fax: 707-935-4504
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Products



  Artist Collection Barbera
This version is an outstanding wine, combining luscious texture and intense fruitiness, with crisp acidity and evident toasted oak character. In flavor, it nearly tastes like a chocolate covered raspberry (with cherry and blueberry overtones). Enjoy with grilled fish with tomato salsa, meat lasagna, grilled portabella mushroom sandwich, and steak with mushroom sauce.
  Artist Collection Cabernet Franc
This wine exhibits impressive perfumed aromas of black cherry and cedary toast shadowed by a subtle oakiness. Black cherry is echoed on the palate along with chocolate and savory flavors that give way to a smooth, rich finish noted by soft, chewy tannins.
  Artist Collection Malbec North Coast
This is a rich, fleshy Malbec, with flavors reminiscent of blackberry jam, pepper, oak, rhubarb, and leather. Very long finish. Serve it with spaghetti alla Bolognese (spaghetti in tomato sauce with chicken livers), risotto with two cheeses, braised kidneys with mushrooms, roast duck, veal parmigiana (breaded cutlets, with Parmesan cheese and tomato sauce), and beef empanadas (pastry with beef and vegetable filling).
  Artist Collection Muscato di Canelli Lake County
Smelling this wine is like putting your nose into a bouquet of fresh flowers (honeysuckle, rose, apple blossom). It is medium bodied, medium sweet (but does not taste it), and extremely fruity and floral in flavor, with a long aftertaste. Serve with dishes that have mild sweetness or moderate levels of spiciness or heat, including orange chicken (chicken a la orange), barbecued chicken or pork, mild curry dishes, and honey baked ham.
  Artist Collection Petit Verdot
Nearly always a blending grape (primarily with Cabernet Sauvignon), Petit Verdot is a powerful varietal, with intense flavors and evident structure (tannin). This is a full bodied version, with rich flavors (reminiscent of fig, blueberry, black licorice, and leather), and a long, somewhat tannic finish. Serve it with pizza with smoked duck, steak sandwich, lamb with black olives & green peppers, and wild boar ragout.
  Artist Collection Petite Sirah
Many wine drinkers don’t realize that the Paso Robles region is responsible for many of the better versions produced in the state. This is full bodied, fleshy, richly flavored, and very long on the palate, tasting of black peppercorn, plum, blackberry, and oak. Serve this wine with robust dishes, such as barbecued beef, lamb kebabs, lamb stew, and venison with cherry sauce.
  Artist Collection Petite Sirah Port Paso Robles
This is a huge and complex wine showing chocolate, blackberry, plum, bramble and spice notes married with mellow American oak vanilla. Reminiscent of vintage ports, ours gets its strong tannic backbone courtesy of the Petite Sirah. Ideal with Asiago and Brie cheeses or with fine dark chocolate.
  Artist Collection Pinot Blanc Santa Maria Valley
Intense and focused tropical fruit flavors balanced by naturally firm acids lead to a long, defined finish. Try this wine with seafood or your favorite lighter style pasta dishes. This wine is drinking nicely now and will for the next 2-3 years.
  Artist Collection Pinot Noir Rose California
California roses have never been better. This one, from Ricci Vineyard, is nearly dry, full bodied, and delicately flavored, tasting of watermelon, plum and rose petal, with a long finish. Serve with grilled chicken, pork chops, honey baked ham, or grilled fish with tomato salsa.
  Artist Collection Sangiovese Dry Creek Valley
This Sangiovese is a supple, full-bodied wine, with a hint of crispness, and plum, cherry, and toasted oak flavors. Enjoy with favorites including pasta in tomato sauce, pizza, meatloaf and rabbit with onions..
  Artist Collection Viognier
Viognier is an exotic wine: one with the body of Chardonnay but the flavors of Riesling and/or Muscat. This is a wonderful example of the varietal, with its intense aroma of peach, pineapple, and honeysuckle, and its generous palate impression and rich flavors. Serve with dishes such as clams in yellow bean sauce, scallops in a light curry sauce, macaroni and cheese, or roast veal.
  Artist Collection White Burgundy
This is a unique blend yielding a full-bodied wine with smooth texture and complex flavors. It tastes of apple, toast, lemon, vanilla, and delicate oak. Best served with moderately intense dishes, including grilled shellfish with olive oil and garlic, lobster with mustard sauce, tempura, Asian tuna with ginger and soy, quiche Lorraine, roast pork, and chicken sausage.
  Imagery Barbera, Sonoma County
This Barbera is fuller than most from California: a 'serious' wine, which is full bodied and quite complex in flavor (cranberry, blueberry, dark plum, tobacco, toast, and oak), and crisp and long on the finish.
  Imagery Cabernet Franc, Sonoma County
It is a supple, full bodied wine, with complex flavors (dark chocolate, toast, black cherry, black currant), good balance, and a long finish. The tannins are only moderate in intensity, and this wine will likely be at its best from 3 to 6 years from now.
  Imagery Cabernet Sauvignon, Ash Creek Vineyard, Alexander Valley
Cabernets from this vineyard are generous in both flavor and texture. The 2002 is an unusually supple wine and very ripe in style, with mouth-filling richness and flavors ranging from cedar and leather, to cassis and blackberry.
  Imagery Cabernet Sauvignon, Sunny Slope Vineyard, Sonoma Valley
This is one of Sonoma County’s fullest Cabernets; a luscious, powerful wine, with excellent balance and length. It is very complex in flavor, tasting of blackberry, boysenberry, toasted oak, and plum jam.
  Imagery Cabernet Sauvignon, Sunny Slope Vineyard, Sonoma Valley
92 POINTS - Wine Enthusiast. A luscious, powerful wine, with excellent balance and length. It is very complex in flavor, tasting of blackberry, boysenberry, toasted oak, and plum jam. It has years of development ahead of it.
  Imagery Lagrein, Paso Robles
This bottling is full flavored (red currant, blueberry, plum), full bodied, and long and lightly oaky on the finish.
  Imagery Malbec, North Coast
This bottling is classic Malbec: darkly colored, very distinct in aroma and flavor (dark plum, blueberry, tobacco, sweet pepper), fleshy in texture, and long on the finish. It is mildly oaky, and well balanced.
  Imagery Muscato di Canelli, Lake County
This wine is extravagantly floral and fruity in character, with the hallmark musky overtone of the varietal. It tastes of apple, lime blossom, honeysuckle, clove, and ripe grapes, and is mildly sweet, medium bodied, and intensely flavored on the palate.
  Imagery Petit Verdot, Sonoma County
It is opaque in color, rich and nearly robust in flavor (blackberry, plum, leather, toasted oak), and long and tannic on the finish.
  Imagery Rancho Salina Claret,Sonoma Valley
It is full-bodied, round and well balanced, but without heaviness or strong tannins. It has flavors of ripe plum, herbs, and spicy oak, and has a medium-long aftertaste.
  Imagery Sangiovese, Dry Creek Valley
'Best in Class & Gold Medal' - 2005 Sonoma County Harvest Fair. This is a supple, full-bodied, ripely flavored wine, that is moderately rich, and long on the finish. It tastes of plum, black cherry, toast, oak, and tobacco.
  Imagery Viognier, Sonoma County
Viognier is an exotic wine: one with the body of Chardonnay but the flavors of a Riesling. This is a wonderful example of the varietal, with its intense aroma of peach, pineapple, and honeysuckle, and its generous palate impression and rich flavors.
  Imagery Viognier, Sonoma County
Viognier is an exotic wine: one with the body of Chardonnay but the flavors of Riesling and/or Muscat. It has an intense aroma of peach, pineapple, and honeysuckle, and its generous palate impression and rich flavors.
  Imagery White Burgundy, California
It is Chardonnay-like, but racier. It is voluptuous in texture, full-bodied, very finely favored (peach, pear, vanilla, hazelnut, lemon peel, pineapple, toast), long on the palate, and persistent on the finish.
  Imagery WOW Oui, Sonoma County
Together these varietals, Sauvignon Blanc & Muscat Canelli, produce a bright, fresh wine with layers of pink grapefruit, lemony citrus and floral aromatics. The result is a resounding WOW...Oui!
  Imagery WOW Red, North Coast Red Blend
This unique blend boasts the lushness, sturdy texture and hearty tannins of five varietals that are phenomenal on their own. Together they create beautiful blueberry notes layered with spicy earthiness and toasty oak.
  Merlot, Sunny Slope Vineyard
"Gold & Best in Show" - 2005 Orange County Fair Wine Competition! This Merlot displays unusually intense and rich fruitiness (reminiscent of blackberry, plum, and blueberry), combined with subtle oak overtones (toast, tobacco, vanilla).
  NV Imagery WOW Red, North Coast Red Blend
This very complex, supple, aromatic blend boasts a rich, multi-faceted nose of blueberry, cedar, spicy oak and cherry and is equally intense and velvety on the palate.
  Zinfandel, Taylor Vineyard
Concentrated fruit from 100 year old vines produces a big, round, classically styled Zinfandel showing lush red berry and bramble flavors. Solid structure, smooth and long on the palate and lightly oaky on the finish.

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