We make over 12 expressive and distinct bottlings of wine. Each wine represents our family’s dedication to agriculture and passion for the land. With a family name, or through a story of a designated vineyard site, clonal selection or vineyard rows, Dutton Estate wines are personalized with Russian River Valley flavors and heritage. At Dutton Estate Winery, we craft Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Rosé of Pinot Noir, and Late Harvest wines. A recently added project to our collection of wines, is a Sparkling Hard Apple Cider. Hard Apple Cider, noted as a sparkling fruit wine, is crafted in celebration of our family’s farming legacy with apples, and was once known as Sebastopol and Green Valley’s abundant crop planted in the early 1900's through 1990's.
Karmen Isabella entices the consumer with intense aromas of raspberry, cherry and cranberry layered with a foundation of earth and leather. On the palate, red currants and berries present themselves, which leads to a complex finish of tart plum and pomegranate.
This particular vintage of Blushing Sisters was bled off of our Thomas Road vineyard, which offers up our boldest Pinot Noir on our flight. Respectfully, this wine is full of aromas of melon, strawberry and peach. The taste gives even more intense flavors of fresh raspberry and cherry, that is best paired with an herbed goat cheese and a wide variety of salumi.
With its pale straw color, this wine has inviting scents of passion fruit and lime zest. Equally as delightful as the nose, the taste has a lovely blend of citrus, peach and strawberry flavors. This is the perfect bottle for a hot summer day out on your porch.
Honey, nougat, char and spice hit your nose with hints of eucalyptus and ginger. The entrance to this wine evolves in the glass with sliced apple, fresh crème, tangerine and grapefruit rind, ending with a smooth, silky finish of oak integrated with ginger.
This wine opens up with wonderful notes of warm apple pie and forest floor, making you think back to celebrate the holidays at Grandma’s house. The flavors become more intense with cherry, molasses, cinnamon and vanilla as the wine opens up in your glass.
This wine speaks to the cool climate of Green Valley from the nose, all the way through to the finish. Erupting with smoked meats, black pepper and violets on the nose, the wine elegantly transitions to having wonderful blueberry and blackberry flavors with a hint of tobacco.