Following family traditions of three generations rooted in Italy’s famed Piemonte wine region, Michael Pozzan’s award-winning wines are a stylish collection of lush reds and crisp, flavorful whites. They are the perfect complement to a variety of foods, and they’re priced to enjoy every day. Whether barrel-aged in oak or the product of cool fermentation in stainless steel, these wines capture the essence of terroir, vintage-after-vintage.
A clean and crisp Sauvigon Blanc that is refreshing for any warm day. The 5% barrel fermented addition of Semillon gives the mouth the weight to make this a serious white wine.
The Michael Pozzan Chardonnay focuses on bright fresh fruit instead of oak and butter. Spending 10 months in once-used barrels and having undergone only 15% malolactic fermentation, the wine is allowed to show the flavors and aromas of the varietal.
This classic style of Pinot is from a district within the Sonoma Coast AVA. It has flroal characteristics that is accompanied by soft fruit synonymous with the Russian River.
A luscious red wine that is met with firm tannins. This is a versatile wine that can be bold enough to stand up to fatty meats or soft enough for light, fresh meals.
A great alternative to Napa, Alexander Valley has been known for years as a premier growing region for Cabernet in Sonoma. Fruit forward style of Cabernet that still has layers of complexity.