Naidu 2020 'Kick Ranch' Viognier, Fountain Grove District, Sonoma, CA, USA - DECANTsf

Naidu 2020 'Kick Ranch' Viognier, Fountain Grove District, Sonoma, CA, USA

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Naidu 2020 'Kick Ranch' Viognier, Fountain Grove District, Sonoma, CA, USA

Raghni Naidu founded Naidu Wines to create wines that are always limited production, high quality and with a focus on terroir. Raghni's has proudly put her family's name on the bottle as a reflection of her belief in the freedom to create one’s own path by following your dreams and through hard work, perseverance & grit; while remembering to always pay it forward. In her words, "I am an immigrant woman carving a space within this traditionalistic industry, because despite what others may say; I belong." We love that despite what anyone might have told her, Raghni is going for it, and these wines reflect her deep passion! 

Winemaker(s): Raghni Naidu & Matt Duffy

Farming: Sustainable

Variety: Viognier

Terroir / Soil: Kick Ranch Vineyard in the Fountain Grove District of Sonoma County. Hillside vines, planted on the Sonoma-side slopes of Spring Mountain. The Viognier is found on the steeper, rocky volcanic slopes of Kick Ranch, with colling winds coming from the Petaluma Gap.

Vinification: Picked slightly earlier to preserve acidity, the Viognier is barrel fermented on its lees, without malolactic fermentation. Bottled unfiltered. 50 cases made. 


Naidu Wines participated in the 1% Pledge for all of its products. Naidu will donate 1% of all sales of the 2020 Viognier  to The Center for Gender & Refugee Studies (CGRS). The Center for Gender & Refugee Studies (CGRS) defends the human rights of courageous refugees seeking asylum in the United States. With strategic focus and unparalleled legal expertise, CGRS champions the most challenging cases, fights for due process, and promotes policies that deliver safety and justice for refugees. CGRS has played a key role in every major precedent-setting gender-based asylum case in the last two decades, breaking new legal ground and winning crucial victories for women, children, and LGBTQ+ people escaping persecution.

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