L'Objet Wines

2022 L'Objet Blanc, Comstock Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma Valley, CA

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Hand crafted in the classic Sauvignon Blanc style with mango, papaya, meyer lemon and pineapple, refreshing pink grapefruit, pleasant acidity and a hint of minerality with a long crisp finish. 

L’Objet is the creation of winemaker/owner Danny Glover. Danny spent several years writing and producing in the artistic Los Angeles music culture before discovering a captivating Pinot Noir that inspired and drew him into the winemaking world. He honed in on his new passion by working for Clos du Bois, Armida, and Dutcher Crossing before launching his brand and pursuing the finest fruit quality from conscientious, hardworking growers.

Danny sources Sauvignon Blanc from the Comstock Family Vineyards in Dry Creek Valley, valuing Bob and Sandy Comstock’s meticulous attention to detail that pays off each vintage with exceptional quality

From the Producer himself:

In a previous life I was immersed in the art and culture of the music industry, writing and producing in Los Angeles. Then a different muse caught my eye in the form of the seductive Pinot Noir, drawing me into the artistry of winemaking. After several years at various wineries such as Clos du Bois, Armida and Dutcher Crossing, I’ve decided now to honor my muse with a creation all my own: L’Objet Noir.

My philosophy on winemaking is really very simple. I pursue the finest vineyards and fruit, turning away grapes I believe would require too much manipulation. I am sure you will find the quality of the grapes, the vineyards and this wine will speak for itself.

My philosophy on life (in case you're curious) is to continually pursue a state of grace. Rarely have I achieved it (if ever) but it is always a goal of mine, so much so I have a tattoo as a reminder to strive for grace in times when I might not feel so inclined. And that can be more often than not sometimes... these times are trying, but I feel change is in the air and we're working towards greater understanding, acceptance and equality.

The pursuit of grace is, for me, an ongoing attempt to hold a disposition of kindness, courtesy or clemency (as defined by good 'ole Merriam Webster) despite having been attacked with a baseball bat in my youth, despite having people cross to the other side of the street when they see me approach, despite the whispered comments and eye-contact avoidance at various functions, despite suffering the prejudices and injustices so well known to those who share my skin color. It is a challenge, but I know we are up to it. Kindness. Acceptance. Forgiveness. Grace.

Thank you for your support of L'Objet Wines. Peace out.