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#1 Post by loren.grossman » January 5th, 2017, 7:23 am

Happy Berserker Day!

2017 marks our 4th Berserker Day and we feel like celebrating! For those new to Wilde Farm, we are a small winery based in northern Sonoma (Forestville). Pax Mahle is our winemaker. Our wines shoot for balance, transparency of site and food friendliness; yeasts are native, clusters tend to remain whole, alcohol levels tends to be lower than many, our wines are raised in neutral french oak barrique and concrete and tend to be bottled without fining or filtering. Antonio Galloni called Wilde Farm "...one of the most exciting projects I have tasted in the last few years" (very kind of him to say so!). 2015 marks our 4th vintage. Staying with the theme, below you will find 4 different offers, each exclusive to Berserkerday and available for only today. The wines available for purchase are:

2015 Donnelly Creek Vineyard Pinot Noir from the Anderson Valley (not yet rated, for those who care)
2015 Alder Springs Vineyard Chardonnay from Mendocino (not yet rated for those who care)
2015 Bedrock Vineyard Heritage (Field Blend) from the Sonoma Valley (not yet rated for those who care)
2014 Cardiac Hill Vineyard Syrah from the Bennett Valley (rated 94 points WE)
2014 Halcon Vineyard Syrah from Yorkville Highlands(rated 93 points VM)

The following "packages" let you mix and match the above wines as you would like:

Wilde Farm 4 Pack: Select Any 4 bottles from our current offering above and receive 20% off the bottle price, with 20% off shipping as well.. 30 offered. 12 left after day 1. CLICK HERE TO ORDER https://www.wildefarmwines.com/#wines-and-vines

Wilde Farm 8 Pack: Take 25% of 8 any of the above bottles, with 50% off shipping! A limited supply of 8 packs will be offered. 10 offered. 4 left after day 1. CLICK HERE TO ORDER https://www.wildefarmwines.com/#wines-and-vines

Making a case for Wilde Farm: 12 bottles means 30% off of the bottle price and 100% off the shipping! Mix and Match any way you please. 5 offered. 3 left after day 1. CLICK HERE TO ORDER https://www.wildefarmwines.com/#wines-and-vines

The Wilde Farm Dolcetto Madness Futures Offer: And last but certainly not least an extremely limited “futures” offer on our upcoming Spring releases, to be released in April. The wines to be bottled are two: Our inaugural 2016 Fox Hill Vineyard Dolcetto from Mendocino and it’s little brother, the 2016 Fox Hill Vineyard Rosè. I’m not sure I have words to accurately describe the excitement I feel about our new, 100% carbonic Dolcetto. Pax’s one word descriptor was “Explosive”. Bright, exuberant, full of life; just a palate full of colors. It is a wonderful wine to serve slightly chilled and to share with friends. I expect to drink a lot of this come the spring/summer, though with only 52 cases made I may have to be somewhat judicious. It will retail for $28 on release. The Rosè is also 100% Dolcetto from Fox Hill and also sees some carbonic. Harvested at a tense 19 brix (11% abv) and fermented completely dry, this wine is also crazy delicious and actually benefits from some time in bottle. Our best yet. With only 100 cases made, it will disappear in a heartbeat. It will retail for $24 on release. The offer: Order 3 bottles of each, creating one crazy delicious six pack and enjoy 50% off (sorry, no free shipping)! Only 10 six packs will be made available as a futures “Thank You” offer for Berserkers. After the 10, it will revert to full price but we will offer 100% free shipping on full cases, still a $60 savings for most. In both cases it will only be live through the end of day and available only to Berserkers! Sold out day 1! I added 10 more as that didn't seem fair. CLICK HERE TO ORDER https://www.wildefarmwines.com/#wines-and-vines
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QUICK NOTE: If you are ordering BOTH the dolcetto and a 4/8/12 pack, the system can't help but count the bottles all together and add them up, applying the discount that would apply given total number of bottles (e.g.8 pack plus dolcetto = 14 bottles so case discount of 30/100 applies instead of 25/50 for 8 pack and 50/0 for dolcetto) . DO NOT WORRY! When we process the order we will apply the most generous discount regardless. All is well! Thanks Mike for catching this! If you would prefer to keep the offers separate, please order the dolcetto and any other offer in two separate orders. champagne.gif

Again, many thanks for your continued support of Wilde Farm. We are always so grateful to be members of this community! All the best! [cheers.gif]

Amy, Loren & Pax
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#2 Post by Alicia C. » January 26th, 2017, 8:50 am

In for one of the dolcetto six packs! Hard to resist anything Pax does, especially when it's carbonic!
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#3 Post by Mike Evans » January 26th, 2017, 9:35 am

In for a dolcetto six pack, a few Halcon syrahs since I didn't have any, and another Alder Springs Chardonnay.

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#4 Post by NickRut » January 26th, 2017, 12:36 pm

In for 10 Bedrock Heritage and 2 Cardiac Syrah. Thanks Loren!
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#5 Post by TGigante » January 26th, 2017, 7:28 pm

Picked up a 6 pack of the Dolcetto
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#6 Post by Patrick M » January 27th, 2017, 8:02 am

6 Bedrock & 6 Halcon wines.
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#7 Post by MikeR » January 27th, 2017, 8:11 am

In for a mixed case of 8. Looking forward to trying these out!
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#8 Post by Bdklein » January 27th, 2017, 8:24 am

In for one of the Dolcetto/Rose six packs. Had the Donnelly Creek Vineyard Pinot Noir in the past and really liked it.
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#9 Post by Andrew W. » January 27th, 2017, 8:51 am

Easy pick up on the Dolcetto/Rose, one of my fav rose
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#10 Post by Jeff King » January 27th, 2017, 9:43 am

Trying one of each. Putting together a decent set of 2014 Cardiac Hill syrahs between my lists and today.

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#11 Post by loren.grossman » January 27th, 2017, 12:07 pm

Thanks for all the support! A few more left to sell then we need to close up shop! Thanks to you all! xoxoxo

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#12 Post by Joe Webb » January 27th, 2017, 12:54 pm

Im so addicted to AV PN, in for a couple of the Donnelly creek, a field blend and a Halcon. Looking forward to trying them.
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#13 Post by Eric S n y d e r » January 27th, 2017, 12:59 pm

I haven't tried them all, but of the ones I have had, Wilde Farm makes the best interpretation of the Bedrock Vineyard so far. Great offer!

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#14 Post by loren.grossman » January 27th, 2017, 2:26 pm

Thanks! MTP once called Wilde Farm Heritage the Foillard of Bedrock! High Praise for sure.

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#15 Post by Br@d S w @ l l o w » January 27th, 2017, 3:36 pm

Mixed eight-pack for me. Looking forward to giving these a shot.
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#16 Post by Alicia C. » April 11th, 2017, 7:43 am

Hi Loren! My Dolcetto six pack arrived yesterday (Hooray!!!) What's your recommendation for the reds? Can they pop and pour early? Will they need decanting? Serving temp suggestions? Should I throw one or two away and forget about them for a few years? Thanks!
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#17 Post by Bdklein » April 11th, 2017, 2:52 pm

Alicia C. wrote:Hi Loren! My Dolcetto six pack arrived yesterday (Hooray!!!) What's your recommendation for the reds? Can they pop and pour early? Will they need decanting? Serving temp suggestions? Should I throw one or two away and forget about them for a few years? Thanks!
Glad you asked . I was curious as well. If no response will send email email .
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#18 Post by MandyC » April 14th, 2017, 11:43 am

I'd love an answer on this, too. I've had mine for a couple weeks, and am ready to pop one open!
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#19 Post by Bdklein » April 14th, 2017, 2:33 pm

Email sent .
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#20 Post by Alicia C. » April 15th, 2017, 8:24 pm

Bdklein wrote:Email sent .
Thanks so much for doing that! I came close to opening one of the reds last night, but left the bottle tucked away.
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#21 Post by Bdklein » April 16th, 2017, 2:51 pm

Opened a rose and Dolcetto today. Both well received and tasty .
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#22 Post by loren.grossman » April 17th, 2017, 12:01 pm

Alicia C. wrote:Hi Loren! My Dolcetto six pack arrived yesterday (Hooray!!!) What's your recommendation for the reds? Can they pop and pour early? Will they need decanting? Serving temp suggestions? Should I throw one or two away and forget about them for a few years? Thanks!

Hello!

Sorry for the delay in responding. The Dolcettos are made in a style that really lends itself to pop and pour. They are exuberant wines and if anything benefit from a little chill. I would not lay them down - they are made for near term drinking for sure. They have minimal if any sulfur treatment, are pliant and easy going right from the get go and will pair great with food as they have good acids and are fermented completely dry. I hope that helps and answers your questions. Thanks for your interest and support! [cheers.gif]

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#23 Post by loren.grossman » April 17th, 2017, 12:02 pm

MandyC wrote:I'd love an answer on this, too. I've had mine for a couple weeks, and am ready to pop one open!
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#24 Post by Alicia C. » April 17th, 2017, 12:26 pm

loren.grossman wrote: Hello!

Sorry for the delay in responding. The Dolcettos are made in a style that really lends itself to pop and pour. They are exuberant wines and if anything benefit from a little chill. I would not lay them down - they are made for near term drinking for sure. They have minimal if any sulfur treatment, are pliant and easy going right from the get go and will pair great with food as they have good acids and are fermented completely dry. I hope that helps and answers your questions. Thanks for your interest and support! [cheers.gif]
Hi Loren! No worries! And this makes me very happy! Always in search of wines I don't have to feel guilty about opening soon after they arrive! Will try to pop one open tonight! [cheers.gif]
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#25 Post by Alicia C. » April 18th, 2017, 8:17 am

Reporting back in -- opened a bottle of the Dolcetto (red) last night and really enjoyed it! So many layers to such a light-styled wine. A really nice springtime red! Thank you!
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#26 Post by Br@d S w @ l l o w » May 26th, 2017, 4:13 pm

I have been remiss in posting BD notes because I have gotten trapped inside the Politics forum. Two days ago, I opened a '14 Cardiac Hill Syrah, and it blew my mind. I have no tasting note to offer, but I keep thinking about the smoky, cool-climate character of the wine. Some bacon fat, seems like whole cluster. It was my first Wilde Farm wine. If it was an indication of the house style, I think I am going to be a loyal customer.
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