Rack & Riddle Winery

Explore the Rack & Riddle sparkling wines and still single varietal wines. Crafted by “Winemaker of the Year” Penny Gadd-Coster, Rack & Riddle’s sparkling wine varietals have garnered more than 20 Gold and Best of Class honors in the past few years!

Beautiful green apple and tropical notes in the aroma follows through in the mouth with a smooth fine mousse. This beautiful sparkling wine finishes with lingering light tropical flavors. 100% Chardonnay


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Latest News

    Early Winegrape Harvest 'Great Quality Potential'

    Here at Rack & Riddle, we expect to see the first grapes of harvest 2015 within the first two weeks of August! We're in countdown mode over here! Check out the article in the North Bay Business Journal, where our Executive Director of Winemaking Penny Gadd-Coster discusses grape quality and quantity and what makes this year's Sonoma County harvest unique.

    94 Points & Double Gold Medals!

    Announcing a Double Gold Medal and 94 points for Rack & Riddle's Blanc de Blancs in the San Francisco International Wine Competition! Shop here.

    Rack & Riddle's Blanc de Noirs has been awarded the Gold medal and 93 points. Shop here.


    Private Label Wines Step Out Into the Open

    Rack & Riddle is featured in The Press Democrat article about the growing private label wine market.


    "The outlook also is bright over at Rack & Riddle in Healdsburg, where general manager Mark Garaventa notes that its private label production is expected to grow from 35,000 cases last year to 50,000 cases in the coming years..."


    Read the rest of the story here.


    Grape Picking & Wine Prep Tips for Sparkling Wine Production

    Check out our latest article on the Rack & Riddle blog by our Executive Director of Winemaking, Penny Gadd-Coster.


    "Grape Picking and Sparkling Winemaking Tips for Sparkling Wine Production"


    Learn how winemakers must begin early (often harvest for sparkling winegrapes begins in July!) to prep for sparkling wine grape production -- discover how labor-intensive sparkling winemaking really is!