Our Wines

All our wines are estate grown on King Mountain. For thousands of years the soil has been untouched by man.

Al King planted this property by hand because of his love for nature and wine. The soil is rich and the morning fog from the Pacific ocean plus the winds from Lake Sonoma temper the warm days; a good balance of maritime and inland climates.

Our approach is hands off, the quality of the soil, climate and vines are expressed in the wines. We practice sustainable farming and never use pesticides. See for yourself.

2108 Sonoma County Gold Winner

Zinfandels

 

 

2013 Al King Wines Zinfandel
Sonoma County
This enticing dry red has good tannins and a lovely oak nose. The light pepper does not get in the way of the balance. It has a long, smooth cherry finish.

2014 Al King Wines Zinfandel
* Silver medal winner, Sonoma County Harvest Fair
Sonoma County
This wine opens with a beautiful garnet color; the aromas of spice, earth and a hint of cinnamon and chocolate.  This has a little pepper spice but overall a nice silky mouth and a long finish. It is well balanced.

2015 Al King Wines Zinfandel
Sonoma County
We recommend decanting to enjoy now or holding in your cellar for a few years. The wine will age for many years to come. More tasting notes to follow.

2016 Al King Wines Zinfandel
Sonoma County
When opening the wine, it’s best to let it breathe for an hour or more before drinking. The wine will age for many years to come. More tasting notes to follow.

Grenache:

2014 Grenache Noir
Sonoma County
This wine has a lush black currant nose with a hint of lemon tartness and a spicy finish. This is a great wine to go with salads. 


2015 Grenache

Sonoma County
Taste the extremely smooth clean, light bodied flavors of black cherries and pomegranate that linger on the palate.

2016 Grenache Noir

Sonoma County
More tasting notes to follow.

Cabernet Sauvignon:

2010 Cabernet Sauvignon
Sonoma County
This wine has a blackberry nose with a bit of vanilla and dark cherry. You can taste the oak. There are hints of summer stone fruit such as plums or cherries with a nutty finish.

2011 Cabernet Sauvignon
Sonoma County
Tasting notes to follow.

2012 Cabernet Sauvignon
Sonoma County
This has a smokey oak and pomegranate nose with a plum finish. This wine is still evolving. We recommend decanting to enjoy now or holding in your cellar for a few years.

2014 Cabernet Sauvignon
Sonoma County
This wine is strong with a nose of pomegranate and oak. Because this is a living wine, the rich flavors will fluctuate from time to time. When opening the wine, it’s best to decant for an hour or more before drinking. The wine will age for many years to come.

2015 Cabernet Sauvignon
* Gold medal winner, Sonoma County Harvest Fair
Sonoma County
Tasting notes to follow.

Petit Sirah:

2016 Petite Sirah
* Silver medal winner, Sonoma County Harvest Fair
Sonoma County
This is a earthy dry red. It starts with a velvety dried apricot nose and finishes with a taste of raspberry. You taste the tannins as well as a hint of cinnamon, sour plum and dried apples.