Set on a pier in the San Francisco Bay, this small biodynamic winery prides itself on experimentation and variety.
Based on the passion of a single winemaker, Rincon Point acts as a playground where he can freely blend, age and ferment in both traditional and non-traditional ways. This sort of research and development results in a huge number of small runs.
A simple, non-specific white label is used across all bottles as a cost-saving measure. The year and varietal is denoted by a color coded sticker applied in a different location per bottling.
The varietal name is shortened to a three letter code and the last two digits of the year placed beneath. The palette of colors grows yearly with each new blend and bottling.