Donkey & Goat

Berkeley's first natural winery, crafting wines
from sustainably farmed vineyards since 2004.

Three Thirteen

After struggling for quite some time, we have named our first Châteauneuf-du-Pape blend Three Thirteen. Next year it will also be Three Thirteen though this may change in the future if we are able to find some more of the “approved” varietals from vineyards we are interested in working with. Perhaps it will become Four Thirteen or Five Thirteen. I also liked the name Nouveau Chai de la Chèvre but everyone else thought it was terrible…

We assembled the blend yesterday. It will rest in tank for a few weeks before being bottled. Four vineyards are represented in the wine with four distinct terroirs. We ended up with a little of Mourvèdre left over. We will bottle it alone as an experiment to see how it develops on its own.


  1. …how & when may i have a taste of yr 100% M??
    …can’t remember how I know about you guys– maybe meeting Sondra Bernstein at what wa not yet th Fig Café in Glen Ellen, last year?
    I’m based in PR, will be in town in a couple of weeks to help with three wine teams at Crushpad– wish me luck, & all th best to you!!

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