Vineyards & Winery
Russian River Valley, California
About the Winery | Molinari
Vineyard Pinot Noir
| Russian River Chardonnay
About the Winery
Moshin Vineyards and Winery began in 1989 as the dream of Rick Moshin,
a San Jose State University math instructor and with theMoshin
Familys purchase of a ten-acre Pinot Noir Vineyard located
in the Russian River Valley of Sonoma County, California. The Moshin
Vineyards of today features a unique 4-tier Gravity Flow Winery
and control of 28 acres of grapes mostly Pinot Noir. The
tasting room is open daily to the public and tours of the winery
can be made by appointment.
The goal at Moshin Vineyards is to carefully guide the grapes through
the winemaking process and bring you a wine that expresses a truthful
view into the heart of the vine. Our farming methods are sustainable,
winemaking philosophy is minimally invasive, and we
have established energy-saving practices through the use of gravity-flow
and solar energy.
Northeast Wine Brokers is proud to be the exclusive agent for the
following Moshin Vineyards wines in Connecticut:
2007 Pinot Noir, Molinari Vineyard, Sonoma
This wine comes from five acres of Pinot Noir that are farmed by
Rick Moshin. French Dijon clones were selected and are sustainably
farmed - giving these grapes the extra attention that only a winemaker
can. Bright aromas of cherry, red candied apple and spices, - followed
by flavors of red fruits, pomegranate and cranberry. Firm tannins
and good acidity make this wine a fine choice for the cellar as
well. 1337 cases produced.
2007 Chardonnay, Russian River Valley,
A Chardonnay to please white wine drinkers of all kinds with superb
balance and pretty fruit. We blend two select vineyards in the heart
of the Russian River Valley for this wine.
Aromas of toasty brioche, asian pear and star fruit followed by
fresh flavors of lush melon and crisp apples and just the right
amount of creaminess. A touch of minerality enhances the clean finish.
A delightful wine to pair with seared scallops, crab cakes, roast
chicken or fettuccine alfredo.
Only 400 cases produced.