DLynn Proctor Intros Date Wine

by Steven Doyle

You may know DLynn Proctor, the man about town and consulting sommelier at Cedars Social, but have you met DLynn Proctor the winemaker?

Proctor has gone in cahoots with Mike Farris, and Trey Crawford and created a label employing winemaker, a UC Davis Alumni, Rudy Zuidema (Formerly Wirra Wirra, Robert Craig, Ehlers, and Currently White Cottage in Howell Mountain), to craft wines at Bin2Botlle in Napa Valley. 

Said Protcor, “Some opportunities you just cant pass up. Rudy Zuidema is a class act and has a great history in the Valley. I am looking forward to everyone enjoying these incredible wines.”

You will soon see the Date Wines available in October with the following schedule:

2009 Date Wines Bad Date California(Cabernet, Merlot, Syrah)
Retail Under $20

2010 Date Wines Hot Date California (Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc)
Retail Under $20

Date Wines Expected Release Oct 2011

And the single vineyard Reserve Wines in limited case production:
2010 Horned Toad Winfield Vineyard Reserve Calistoga Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon
250 Cases $60 Retail, expected release Summer 2012

2011 Horned Toad Beckstoffer Georges III Vineyard Reserve Rutherford
Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
250 Cases $60 Retail, expected release Summer 2013

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