Stonehouse Vineyards & Winery.
Our Wines.
2016 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
Awarded 92 points by the Wine Enthusiast (July, 2008), this Ultra-Premium bottling of 2004 Cab is our benchmark blend of this King of Reds. Handcrafted throughout the winemaking process, and bottled in honor of the late Gerald E. Shultz, whose legacy lives on, this wine was put together by selecting individual barrels from each of the three vineyard blocks—Matthew, Morgan, and Mikayla—named after Gerald's grandchildren. Opening with big black cherry and hints of anise, this powerfully rich wine has flavors of ripe red fruit, cassis, white chocolate and spice; and a massive, yet velvety and refined, tannin structure, along with nuances of toasty oak and vanillin characters. Enjoy now or cellar 7 to 10 years.
El Dorado County
Alcohol: 14.9%
2004 Legacy Cabernet Sauvignon.

2016 Viognier
Our limited bottling proves once again that our unique climate is perfectly suited for Rhone varietals such as this 2017 Viognier. Opening with perfume and coconut aromas, flavors of tangerine, maple, and pineapple coat the palate with nicely balanced acidity to round out the bright fruit characters, finishing with a generous amount of toasted oak from the short aging in new French oak barrels.
Shenandoah Valley
Alcohol: 15.4%
2007 Viognier.
Mikayla's Cuvee (Lot Three) Red Wine
This delightful wine is inspired by Mikayla, the daughter of Mitchell Shultz, owner/winemaker of Stonehouse Vineyards & Winery. It contains a blend of three varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Zinfandel, grown on the Shultz Family Estate, in part from Mikayla’s Cabernet Sauvignon block. Enjoy this charming blend.
Sierra Foothills
Alcohol: 14.9%
Mikayla's Cuvee Red Wine.
2016 Petite Sirah
This variety, known by the French as Durif and named Petite Sirah here in America, grows and thrives here in Amador County. This ESTATE grown varietal contains layers of berry jam and spicy nutmeg in the mid-palate and finish with hints of blackberries, brown spice and bittersweet chocolate wrapped around structured tannins.
Shenandoah Valley
Acohol: 13.2%
2009 Petite Sirah.
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