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2013 Enjoué
2013 Enjoué Rosé Blend, Sonoma Valley, Estate
Our love of the dry rosé wines of southern France began while dining at a café terrace overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Memories of that afternoon were the inspiration for our rosé. The name, Enjoué, a French word meaning "joyful; playful; lighthearted; sunny; buoyant; cheerful" captures the essence of this experience.

Club Price: $20.40 | Retail Price:$24.00
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2011 Chemin de Fer
2011 Chemin de Fer Rhône Style Red Blend, Sonoma Valley, Estate Grown
Traveling by train through southern France many years ago, we had a chance to really explore the wines of that region. We discovered wines that showed forward fruit without the overpowering jammy character often found in New World wines. Once home in Sonoma Valley, guided by our memories of those delightful French wines, we crafted our own red blend of estate Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre grapes. We chose the name Chemin de Fer, a French phrase that means 'railroad', to honor the path that led us to this wine. The painting depicts our steam train as it meanders through our Syrah vineyard.

Club Price: $39.10 | Retail Price:$46.00
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2010 Paysage
2010 Paysage Sonoma Valley Estate Grown
Winemaking is an art form to us, from the vineyard to the glass, and this philosophy inspired the name Paysage, a French word meaning 'landscape painting' or 'countryside', evoking fond memories of St. Emillion's beautiful terrain and scenery and the blended wines made there. As our inaugural wine, it signifies the inspiration for Lasseter Family Winery. To us, this wine represents a painting of estate grapes nurtured on a rocky bench in the heart of Sonoma Valley and epitomizes how the family views different elements blended into a plein air painting, or in this case, blended into a Bordeaux-style wine. With intricate brushstrokes and meticulous blending, we crafted this wine along with our winemaker, Julia Iantosca, to reflect the French style.

Club Price: $44.20 | Retail Price:$52.00
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2011 Amoureux
2011 Amoureux Malbec Red Blend, Sonoma Valley, Estate Grown
We chose the name Amoureux, a French word meaning 'lovers', because this Malbec blend is reminiscent of when we first fell in love. We discovered Malbec while honeymooning in Sonoma; to this day, it holds a sentimental place in our hearts and delights our palates. Our love affair with Malbec inspired us to plant it on our estate Justi Creek Vineyard and create a unique blend reflective of our relationship.

Club Price: $45.90 | Retail Price:$54.00
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2011 Chemin de Fer
2011 Chemin de Fer Rhône Style Red Blend, Sonoma Valley, Estate Grown
Traveling by train through southern France many years ago, we had a chance to really explore the wines of that region. We discovered wines that showed forward fruit without the overpowering jammy character often found in New World wines. Once home in Sonoma Valley, guided by our memories of those delightful French wines, we crafted our own red blend of estate Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre grapes. We chose the name Chemin de Fer, a French phrase that means 'railroad', to honor the path that led us to this wine. The painting depicts our steam train as it meanders through our Syrah vineyard.

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