Other Vintages

2017 Clay Court

This wine opens with aromas of pie cherry, pinesap and wet bark. Red fruited with a clay minerality, the purity of fruit on the palate evokes ripe red strawberry and raspberry tea with a backbone of smooth tannins and a graceful, flinty char.


92 Points

“Made from Pommard and Dijon vines set atop Parrett Mountain, this is a spicy wine with pinpoint flavors of mountain berries, backed with juicy citrus…”
Wine Enthusiast (October 2019)

90 Points

“scented of loamy earth, blackberries, black cherries, black tea leaves, cinnamon stick and sweet spices. It’s medium-bodied with a good core of black fruits, a grainy frame and great freshness, finishing spicy.”
Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate (April 23, 2020))


I love Jory soil because that’s where Clay Court comes from… It’s such a beautiful wine – really smooth but also lingering… It’s a great stand-alone wine – you don’t need food to enjoy it. I like to say it’s “deliciousness in a bottle”.
Lila Bright, Tasting Room Associate