Since 1989, winemaker Rick Moshin has been producing natural, terroir-driven wines in the Russian River Valley. He sustainably farms his own Pinot Noir vineyards and using the natural yeasts of his grapes and, with the help of a dedicated winemaking team, gently makes small-lot, premium wines in their gravity-flow winery in Sonoma.


The Moshin Estate is comprised of four vineyards, all planted along the famed Westside Road at the southwestern border of the Middle Reach neighborhood of the Russian River Valley AVA. This classic neighborhood, the includes Gary Farrell, Porter Creek, Rochioli, and  Williams Selyem, is known for producing textured wines with ripe flavors and gentle aromatics of florals, earth, and baking spices — elements you'll find in the various styles of Moshin Vineyards Pinot Noir.


The Moshin Estate, Calliope, Rosalina, and River Myst Haven vineyards are either near or adjacent to the Russian River and its maritime influence. All four vineyards benefit from the Russian River Valley's ideal growing conditions for premium Pinot Noir: ample morning fog, daily temperature swings of 35 degrees and in some cases, the golden-hued mix of sandy loam and clay known as Goldridge soil.


Celebrating their 30th anniversary 2019, they're still family-owned and -operated, and their focus remains on hand-crafting some of the highest-quality wines in the Russian River Valley AVA. In addition to several styles of Pinot Noir, they make Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel, Merlot, dessert wines, traditional-method sparkling wine, and a crowd-pleasing, award-winning Rosé of Pinot Noir.


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