Friday, December 9, 2011

Getting Ready for the Holidays

I'll be checking the oak levels today on our 2009 Knight's Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. We've got about eight barrels and should be a beauty ready for bottling in Spring 2012.

Wishing everyone the best for the holidays.

BTW- We're running a special on our 2009 Chardonnay for only $36 a case this month. Don't let the price throw you off, I'm just got too much Chardonnay on hand and we're trying to lighten the load some.

Kris Moe

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Newly released Chardonnay from 19th Hole Wines

We just bottled up 500 cases of a 2009 Chardonnay. We're excited about how it turned out.

The wine will be delightful for you Chardonnay lovers. It has a very floral nose and it won't have that big oak in the taste. Still it is very smooth and a pleasure to taste.

We expect it will go nicely at your next gathering and a nice wine to serve with munchies before dinner or even with chicken, fish or salads.

We'll be selling this wine at $11 on our website or call me (Kris Moe) directly at 707-529-6458

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Barrel Tasting in Russian River March 5-6 and March 12-13

We're having a party over a couple weekends in March at the Cahill Winery, where we make our wines.

Try to make it up for barrel tasting, chicken and rib bar-b-que, bocce ball and live music. For bike riders take advantage of a bike trail 100 yards away head out to some other wineries in the area from our winery!

Along with my 19th Hole Wines, Cahill Winery and NorCal Winery and Distillery will also be barrel tasting their award winning wines and ports (aka dessert wines).

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

New Chardonnay coming soon

We've just found a really nice Chardonnay that we hope to put in the bottle in the next couple weeks. It's a 2009 mostly from Suisan, California just east of Napa Valley.

We're sending a good amount of Cabernet Sauvignon inventory to South Korea so we'll be loading up a new Cabernet in the next month too.

We'll be bottling a nice Sonoma Valley Cabernet from 2008 but this is pre-sold but right behind it is a really nice Knight's Valley Cabernet that I hope to bottle in April or so. This are our Limited wines that retail at about $30.

North Carolina is in line to be our next state for distribution. Can't wait for an excuse to visit the Carolinas and play some golf.

I'm running a sweepstakes for two tickets to the ATT Pebble Beach pro-am and $100 gift certificate February 13, to enter visit our Facebook page,

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

West Coast Swing Golf Wine Events

Happy New Year and welcome back to golf season.

I'm setting up my schedule of events this year and it starts at the ATT at Pebble Beach. My favorite player on tour Michael Allen is playing so I'll be there rooting him on.

Michael is a good friend and he tells me he's playing great so I'm expecting some big finishes from him early in the year before his 51 year old body tires.

I'm still hammering out the other events but it looks like we'll be in Texas, Ohio, Florida and Southern California too. I'll keep you posted as these firm up.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Bringing Holiday Cheer from 19th Hole Wine

Tis the season to be merry and when you bring a bottle or two of our 19th Hole cab to uncle Fred , you'll be his Santa Clause.

We're offering a special with the Uncle Freds in mind, since he's also the guy who'll buy the first round at the 19th Hole after the round, even if he loses the bets. He wants to tell you about the new swing move he used on the shot over the trees that almost made it. Gotta love that guy, because some of him lives in all of us.

For him and all the other golfers out there we have a special of six bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon for $75 (without tax and shipping) and a 19th Hole Wine golf cap.

If you'd like to tee this offer up, call me directly at this point to ensure delivery to your door. My cell is 707-529-6458.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Wine Tasting at Guardsmen Treelot

Happy Holidays and it's November 30th and tonight I'll be pouring 19th Hole wine at the Guardsmen treelot at Fort Mason in San Francisco.

There will be other Guardsmen pouring their wines too. I believe there are about twelve of us that own wineries.

Our treelot is very impressive if you haven't seen it. Minnepolis has the Great Mall, well the Guardsmen have their Great Treelot and every Guardsmen (under 40) has to help operate the lot over five shifts. About 2,500 trees will be sold raising money for Bay Area charities. The Guardsmen raise about 2 million a year for great causes!

Anyhow, if you can make it down, it'll be worth your while. Hope to see you!