Dearest Lynmar Advocates,
The wait is over! After patient aging, three coveted wines from our 2021 vintage are ready to unfold their stories to our treasured club members. Get ready to discover their intricate layers, vibrant expressions, and the soul of the Russian River Valley captured in every glass.
And as these extraordinary wines emerge from their cellar slumber, we're opening up new ways for you to enjoy the essence of Lynmar Estate. With your valuable feedback in mind, we've expanded our hours and offerings, in order to maximize your wine country experience.
- Three convenient tasting times: 10:00 AM, 12:30 PM, and 3:00 PM.
- Collectors Lunch Pairing: Now at 12:30 PM
Can't Visit in Person?
Let our member-exclusive virtual tastings bridge the distance! Connect with fellow Advocates, share stories with the Lynmar team, and raise a glass to exciting new additions to your wine collection. These vibrant gatherings are the perfect blend of discovery, friendship, and, of course, delicious sipping.
Ready to savor the Lynmar Estate experience? Learn more and book HERE.
We can't wait to welcome you, whether in person or virtually!
The Lynmar Estate Team
Join us for a Virtual Wine Release Tasting
Explore the stories and tasting notes behind each new wine release. A great way to get to know and dive deeper into the Lynmar portfolio, while learning about serving suggestions, cellaring recommendations, and more!
Date/Time: Saturday, March 23, 2024 at 4 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Reservations: Book Online
Estate Chef David Frakes has shared the following as it relates to your most recent Lynmar wine releases:
La Sereinité Chardonnay calls for a decadent yet delicate dish; and for a chilly winter day, we recommend warming up with Chef David’s Crab & Lobster Chowder, best enjoyed cozied up to a glass of La Sereinité.
Adam’s Vineyard Pinot Noir brings youthful vibrance and opulent fruit character, which lends itself to a complex yet balanced meal. Chef David prepares a hearty Duck & White Bean Cassoulet to pair with this wine and calls on Sonoma County Poultry for their flavorful “Liberty Ducks”.
Which Lynmar Pinot to pair with steak? The complex structure of Block 10 Pinot Noir complements Chef David’s Grilled Skirt Steak with Fregula and Italian Frying Peppers. We are excited to hear how you enjoy this recipe pairing!
As always, Chef David reminds us that the seasoning or sauces of a dish may be modified to balance to the wine by adjusting salt, acid, and other reactive ingredients.