Calluna Vineyards

2021 Estate Blanc Chalk Hill AVA, Sonoma County, CA

22 in stock


22 in stock

Appearance pale gold
Aromas peach, limoncello, fresh grass, wet stone, honeysuckle
Palate Granny Smith apple, grapefruit, lemongrass, beeswax, refreshing acidity, medium body, long finish
Food Pairing Suggestions
light appetizers, seafood, chicken, green vegetables, and herb-forward sauces like pesto, chimichurri, and mojo sauce

72% Sauvignon Blanc, 28% Semillon

708 cases
Aging Potential
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Calluna Vineyard
About The Vineyard

Calluna’s Estate Blanc comes from our 2.5 acre block ofSauvignon Blanc and Semillon planted on the northeast slope of the vineyard in 2013. This is a wine of bright acidity, moderate alcohol, and great depth of flavor. These varietals complement each other as the rounder and honey-like tones of the Semillon are a counterpoint to the citrus, mineral and sharper tones of the Sauvignon Blanc. The barrel fermentation and barrel aging further harmonize the wine, giving us a graceful wine, which belongs at the table and will potentially age for many years.

Winemaker Notes

Barrel fermented and barrel aged in mostly neutral French oak, about 10% new oak. No Malolactic fermentation.

Tasting Events


Join Cellar Angels Co-founder, Martin Cody and Calluna Vineyards Winemaker/Founder David Jeffrey for a Wine Club member only event June 23rd at 5pmPT/8pmET. This Zoom webinar is an opportunity to “Meet the Winemaker”, learn more about Calluna Vineyards and interact with your fellow club community.

Open a bottle from your Calluna Vineyards shipment and come with your questions for David. You’ll also have the opportunity to turn your camera on and interact with the group if you wish.

Be on the lookout for an email that includes your login link ahead of the event.

calluna vineyards winemaker david jeffrey

Winemaker/Founder David Jeffrey

After 20 years of studying and collecting wines of Bordeaux and California, David moved to the West Coast and enrolled in Fresno State’s Enology program in 2001. Determined to make his dream a reality, David spent 3 and a half years studying winemaking and grape growing as he completed his degree and worked at Chateau Quinault in Bordeaux, France.


About the Winery
Calluna Vineyards
His love for classically styled wines began with the Old World Wine Regions of Bordeaux and Burgundy but were solidified after drinking stunning examples from Napa Valley, Sonoma County and the Santa Cruz Mountains. The desire to create a winery of his own led David to change careers in 2001 at the age of 44 and enroll in Fresno State’s Oenology and Viticulture program. 2 years later he found himself working in the cellar at Chateau Quinault l’Enclos in St Emilion for Dr. Alain Raynaud.
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