Thank you to Mr Dan Berger for the recent review and rating for our 2013 Mueller “Block Eleven” Syrah, Russian River Valley!
We are pleased to announce that four of our Russian River Valley wines were awarded Gold Medals at the recent 2015 Press Democrat North Coast Wine Challenge.
2013 Mueller Syrah, “Block Eleven”
2012 Mueller Pinot Noir, “August Recher”
2012 Mueller Pinot Noir, “Hogan’s Run”
2012 Mueller Pinot Noir, “Tempi”
Our winemaker, Bob Mueller, will be pouring these wines at the upcoming North Coast Wine Challenge Tasting event on May 17th at “The Barlow” in Sebastopol. These wines are also being featured at our downtown Healdsburg tasting room. Hope to see you there!
Thanks to Jolene (Discover Sonoma County Wine) for the terrific review of our Mueller Wine Library “Day of Tasting”. Click here to Read.
You are invited to a very special “Day of Tasting” on Saturday, May 31, 2014, at the Mueller Winery Tasting Room in Downtown Healdsburg. We have selected and saved a few of our favorite wines to share with you. We have also asked our good neighbors, Chef Shari & Lisbeth from Baci Cafe and Wine Bar, to prepare a few tasty treats for your pairing pleasure. Click here to review a list of the library wines available for purchase. RSVP required. $20/pp. Please email Lori@muellerwine.com to RSVP.
We love the mouth-watering descriptions given to our wines by Ronn Wiegand from his Restaurant Wine publication. Mr Wiegand just published his latest reviews and included three 2011 Mueller wines: “LB” Chardonnay, Russian River Pinot Noir, and our “Emily’s Cuvée” Pinot Noir. We appreciate his insight and his descriptions will make you want to pop a cork and pour a glass of Mueller!
Healdsburg does it again! Smithsonian Magazine has included Healdsburg in their Top 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2014. We are so proud to be mentioned in this very thorough and creative summary of life in some of America’s richest small towns – rich in cultural opportunities! Click Here to read all about Healdsburg and the other 19 small towns across the nation.
“They are America’s Best Small Towns to visit, and for this, our third annual search-and-enjoy mission, we’ve singled out communities for particular strengths in history, music, visual arts, learning, food, theater and science. It’s not solitude we’re seeking—the fruits of human creativity are best shared—but, rather, enrichments unbothered by the growl of our increasingly urban lives. We worked with the geographical information systems company Esri, which analyzed tons of data to find towns or cities of fewer than 15,000 residents where cultural opportunities abound, at least on a per capita basis.”
April 5, 2014
Celebrate National Walking Day by visiting the Mueller Tasting Room in downtown Healdsburg. We’ll be offering a couple of our Russian River beauties for your tasting pleasure. Over thirty downtown wineries are participating in this first year event with proceeds from ticket sales benefiting the American Heart Association.
Click here for $15 advance ticket purchases.
Your event ticket includes tasting two wines at over 30 different tasting rooms, a value of $80.00. Wine.Walk.Healdsburg will email you with an assigned winery check-in location. Your assigned winery will have your information for check in, and provide you with an event map and more details for your day.
Banshee Wines, Bertapelle Cellars, Bluenose Wines, Cartograph, Ferrari-Carano, Hart’s Desire Wines, Hawley Winery, Holdredge, J Keverson, Kelley & Young, Kobler Estate Wines, La Crema, Mueller Winery, Murphy Goode, Pezzi King, Portalupi Wines, Roadhouse Winery, Rosenblum Cellars, Sanglier, Sapphire Hill, Selby Winery, Shippey, Skewis Wines, Stark Wine Company, Stephen & Walker Wines, Stonestreet, Sweet Wine Shop, thumbprint cellars, Toad Hollow, Topel, Valdez, Williamson Wines, Willowbrook, Windsor Vineyards
Healdsburg Restaurants Offering Free Corkage for Event Participants:
The 2011 harvest, known in the Russian River wine industry as the “harvest of long faces”, turned into big smiles for winemaker, Bob Mueller. Check out the Wine Spectator reviews for our 2011 Russian River Valley Pinots. Way to go Bob!