DG CELLARS | Our Estate Reserve Collection
DG CELLARS is the estate reserve collection composed of exceptional wines featured only at Speckle Rock Vineyards. DG stands for father-son duo Duane and Gregory Perrin who created the vineyards after the 2007 California wildfires struck. DG also signifies the decomposed granite that makes up our terroir. Lastly, some may say that DG simply stands for damn good wine.
Experience tangy and crisp notes of honeydew, peach, vanilla and citrus complemented with mouthwatering acidity. This vintage makes an excellent pairing with fish tacos, seafood, chicken, salads, and vegetarian dishes. Best served chilled.
Meet a rare blend of Carménère and Tempranillo grapes in our Signature Blend by our estate reserve collection, DG Cellars. Experience opulent notes of black fruit, blueberry, pepper, and licorice as they stand out in this limited production wine. Signature Blend pairs excellently with duck, venison, and other sophisticated dishes.
60% Carmenere, 40% Tempranillo
After being featured in many blends, we are pleased (and very proud) to introduce our first ever single varietal Merlot. This wine has been aged for 24 months in French oak and expresses notes of dry oak, caramel, dark cherry, vanilla, anise, and forest floor. A beautifully smooth wine, it pairs exquisitely with prosciutto, sharp cheese, pulled pork BBQ, and portobello mushroom burgers.
Experience ruby red color with candied cherry, fig and dried rose aromas., Taste leather and dark chocolate flavors with bold tannins, intensity, and length. Ideal for grilled meats, lamb, game, and complex dishes. Aged for 24 months in French oak.
Experience perfumed notes of dark cherry, violet and rose petals. Medium toasted oak with a hint of espresso and savory oregano. Perfect with charcuterie, red meats and tomato-based dishes. Aged for 18 months in French oak.
60% Sangiovese, 40% Tempranillo
A real powerhouse of black cherry & dark chocolate with notes of vanilla, cedar and toasted oak. This bold wine is rich with chewy tannins and a lingering finish. Can you handle it?