Certain world-class wines are defined by a single vineyard source, made unique by its particular, singular environmental conditions including soil and climate. Others echo a broader range of tones reflective of several sites, carefully chosen and woven together demonstrating the art of blending wine produced from more than one site, estate or appellation.
While Fisher Vineyards continues to build on the family's first generation successes that embrace the former philosophy, our second generation sets out to explore the later in UNITY.
Sourcing from small family growers in Sonoma County, Napa Valley and Anderson Valley committed to sustainable farming practices, blend wines that draw on the on the individual strengths of each site to create a single harmonious effect that reflects the strengths of vintage.
Much as these wines bring together a variety of components to create a single, harmonious effect, they also bring together a set of unique values: shared time with family and friends; healthy commitments to ourselves, our communities and the land for which we care; flavors of local foods and the culture of food stories.
Our original inspiration for UNITY, the Cabernet Sauvignon blend pays tribute to our early days by bringing the best of Napa Valley and Sonoma County together in one harmonious wine.
Golden straw in color, the 2018 Chardonnay is charged with energy, precision and delineation. Aromas of lemon peel, marzipan and honey instantly leap from the glass, giving way to flavors of green apple, melon and hints of lemon brioche. Finishing with seamless, integrated acidity, this wine is lively and balanced in true UNITY fashion. Sourced from pristine fruit in Sonoma and Mendocino Counties, only 600 cases were produced of this crowd pleasing Chardonnay.
The 2019 UNITY Rose is Provencal inspired with effusive aromas of watermelon and fresh cut strawberries, followed by peach and citrus blossom. On the palate this wine is zippy, focused and bright, boasting notes of red cherry and plum-candy… a perfect wine for warm, sunny weather! Be sure to scoop up one of the 200 cases produced of this delightful Anderson Valley Rose.