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Moshin Vineyards: Rick Moshin, Winemaker/Owner
June 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Included in your registration:
- Sample bottles (1 sample bottle of the producer’s different wines to be showcased)
- Online Masterclass with the winery spokesperson
- Hosted by a Cork & Fork Logan Team Member
- 20% discount on all featured wines
- Access to the online class, password protected (emailed after registration once samples are ready for pick up)
- Sample pack available for pick up after online event registration
- Sample pack available for shipping within the USA for $30 via FedEx
Moshin specializes in single-vineyard and estate-blend Pinot Noir, but also makes Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel, Merlot, dessert wines, traditional-method sparkling wine, and a crowd-pleasing Rosé of Pinot Noir that won Double Gold in the 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.
Since way back in 1989, winemaker Rick Moshin has been producing natural, terroir-driven, and delicious wines in the Russian River Valley. Rick Moshin sustainably farms his own prized Goldridge-soil Pinot Noir vineyards. Using the natural yeasts of his grapes plus the help of a dedicated winemaking team. He gently makes small-lot, premium wines in the gravity-flow winery on Sonoma County’s famed Westside Road.
While teaching math at San Jose State University and working a side hustle at a home-brewing supply store. Encouraged to try his hand at winemaking. He fell deeply, madly in love. His hunger for grapes soon inspired him to become a grape broker. He started earning access to extra fruit while forging relationships with vineyard owners throughout Northern California. This gig allowed him to be in the right place when a certain Pinot Noir vineyard went up for sale in 1989.
A self-taught farmer who (along with friends and family) built their gravity-flow winery by hand. Rick enjoys experimenting with different varietals and winemaking methods. His heart will always belong to Pinot Noir, but as a passionate viticulturist and vintner, he remains ever-curious about the whole world of wine.