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 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 clean and crisp Sauvigon Blanc that is refreshing for any warm day. The addition of Napa Valley Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc to the Lake County fruit 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 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.