The old Sémillon vines’ roots plunge deep into the loamy soil and contribute to the texture and depth of La Proportion Dorée.

The Musqué Sauvignon Blanc brings structure, zest and intense fragrances to the Cuvée.
Propietary Name La Proportion Dorée
Name Meaning The Golden Ratio
Varietal composition Sémillon (65%),
Sauvignon Blanc (33%)
and Muscadelle (2%)
Type of wine Cuvée blend of seven vineyards
Appellation Sonoma County
Vineyard singularity Old vines (25 to 60 years)
Loamy to gravelly soils
One cluster per shoot
Sauvignon Blanc Musqué
Typical harvest date multiple picks September-October
Picking Manual, small lugs, refer truck
Sorting Cluster by cluster
Fermentation In barrels, through native yeast
Upbringing 10 months
French oak from artisan coopers
Bottling Filtered to prevent MLF
Cellaring time 10+ years
Serving Slightly below room temperature

Winemaker notes:

A harmonious blend of the three classic white Bordeaux varietals grown in the Golden State’s Sonoma County, this unique cuvée was handcrafted using classical winemaking techniques inspired from Pessac-Léognan. As in architectural arts, it is ‘The Golden Ratio’ or ‘La Proportion Dorée.’

Bright yellow. Intense bouquet of candied lemon, muscat, and honeysuckle flavors intermixed with sweet notes of ripened apricot and fresh quince. Full-bodied, seamless, refined and complex.