Windsor Oaks Vineyards and Winery 2020 Chalk Hill Merlot Bulk Wine

Windsor Oaks Vineyards a beautiful 710 acre property with varietal block vines growing on low fertility, rolling hillsides. The elevation changes dramatically from blocks 200 feet above sea level to others where elevations go up toward 1,000 ft. Most blocks are north-south facing on well-drained, stony cobbled clay or volcanic soils. Across the 210 acre vineyard, Windsor Oaks produces 16 different varietals. The entire property is included within the Russian River Valley, Sonoma Coast, and Chalk Hill AVAs. The fruit produced is suitable for ultra-premium, luxury, and higher valued wines. The Vineyard Team uses farm practices that meet the high standards of our grape Buyers and Winemaker. As result, our Buyers make highly rated award wining wines. Our winery also has a record producing outstanding wines.

Quality mountain hillside-vineyard grapes are sourced to make a Merlot wine designated as the Chalk Hill AVA. The vineyard is low yielding with highly concentrated fruit flavors and extremely rich aromatics. All sustainably farmed and hand picked.

Some samples available. Small lots are OK. Let Windsor Oaks support your ultra-premium or higher-valued wine program.

Lot: 20ME38B, 1,000 gallons, Alc. 13.9%. Delicious and balanced on its own and a great blender.

See web site for photos, vineyard map, and block table showing clone, rootstock, year planted, and acres.

Other bulk wines from Windsor Oaks Vineyards

Contact Information

Name:- Alex Holman

Phone Number:- 707-433-3810

Email Address:-

Listing Details

  • Vineyard: Windsor Oaks Vineyards and Winery
  • Grape Variety: Arneis
  • Year Planted: 2015
  • Soil Type: Decomposed Volcanic
  • Topography: Mountain Block with Rounding Hills
  • Vineyard Manager/Company: Windsor Oaks Vineyards and Winery staff
  • Sample Available: yes
  • AVA: chalk hill
  • Tons:
  • Clone: 181
  • Spacing:
  • Trellis Type: VSP
  • Vineyard Sustainability Certification: Sustainable
  • Willing to sell to home winemakers: no