Enjoy a delightful evening of gourmet food and music at one of the area’s leading restaurants, with premium wines generously supplied by a yet-to-be-announced Mendocino County winery, and an intimate musical performance by a yet-to-be-announced performer in this summer’s Festival and another yet-to-be-announced performer in this summer’s Festival.Sorry; this event is full
This year as part of our Silent Auction at the Ledford House Dinner on July 20 we are very fortunate to have 12 bottles of wine from the extensive wine cellar of Clayt Daley. Each year, Clayt and his wife, Meredythe, contribute many important wine lots to Winesong, the Mendocino Coast Hospital Foundation's annual charity auction. These lots sell for several thousands of dollars each. Now you, the generous supporters of the Mendocino Music Festival, have a chance to acquire some lovely wines from the Daley collection, thanks to their own generosity and support of the Festival, through the donation of the wines listed below. Take this opportunity to add a bottle or several to your collection!
2004 Lazy Creek – Pinot Noir – Anderson Valley
2005 Lazy Creek – Pinot Noir – Anderson Valley
The Lazy Creek wines were made by Josh and Mary Beth Chandler who made some of the best wine this property has produced. The Pinots had very low yelds – about 1½ tons per acre – very concentrated.
Dalla Valle – 1993 – Cabernet Sauvignon – Napa Valley
Robert Parker gave this wine 93 points in 1996 and said that it would easily last for another 20 years. It is ready to be enjoyed now.
Glaetzer Godolphin – 2004 – Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon – Australia
Robert Parker gave this wine 96/98 points and called it a “nearly perfect wine.” It is 70% Shiraz from 105 – 115 year old vines and 30% Cabneret Sauvignon from 60 – 90 year old vines.
Clarendon Hills – 2002 – Syrah – Moritz Vineyard – Australia
Robert Parker gave this wine 95 points and said it would last until 2021. However, it is ready to be enjoyed anytime between now and then. Why wait!?
Jonata – 2006 – Todos – Santa Ynez Valley
The Wine Advocate gave this wine 94/96 points and called it an “elegant and soft wine that surprises with its complexity and power.”
Breggo – 2009 – Pinot Noir – Anderson Valley
Breggo – 2010 – Pinot Noir – Anderson Valley
Breggo – 2010 – Pinot Noir – Donnelly Creek Vineyard – Anderson Valley
Breggo – 2010 – Pinot Noir – Ferrington Vineyard – Anderson Valley
Breggo – 2011 – Pinot Noir – Donnelly Creek Vineyard – Anderson Valley
Breggo – 2011 – Pinot Noir – Savoy Vineyard – Anderson Valley
Breggo wines are no longer available.
These wines have been properly stored and cellared until this auction.