Wineries

True to our origins, Cannonball ELEVEN wines are approachable, with an elevation in complexity and sophistication. Our Cannonball ELEVEN range of limited production wines is a quest for distinction, our winemaker is both a traditionalist and a progressive; thriving on the tension between the classic and the modern. We seek small, meticulously tended vineyards that bear fruit of exceptional character to tell our winemaking story.

ON A SCALE OF ONE TO TEN, THIS CANNONBALL DESERVES AN ELEVEN.

ELEVEN is considered a Master Number. A Master Number represents something well above and beyond the mundane. It connotes instinct, charisma, dynamic capability and an overwhelming desire to produce something extraordinary. These are the truths we channel in crafting the Cannonball ELEVEN wines.

 

Cannonball ELEVEN Sonoma Coast Chardonnay

92 points 'a serious & impressive statement' Anthony Dias Blue  Sept '18

ELEVEN Chardonnay was grown in the Sonoma Coast where the cool climate fruit strikes a balance between opulence and elegance. Defined by its proximity to the Pacific coastline and a direct maritime influence, it is characterized by pastoral valleys, rolling hillsides, high rainfall, and adobe to silty sand soils.The growing season is long and natural acidity is abundant.

ShopLearn More / 2017

Cannonball ELEVEN Dry Creek Valley Sauvignon Blanc

94 points Publisher's Pick 'We found this masterful white to be one of the best Sauv Blancs we’ve tasted this year.' Tasting Panel Nov '18

90 points Wine Enthusiast Feb '19

ELEVEN Sauvignon Blanc was grown in the legendary Dry Creek Valley, a small AVA made of gravel and sandy loam soils characterized by warm breezes, rich alluvium, and well-drained visually stunning rocky red soils. The warm days and cool evenings mature our grapes early in the season, and the long sunny afternoons enhance development of flavors in both the citrus and tropical fruit spectrums.

ShopLearn More / 2017

Cannonball ELEVEN Sonoma County Merlot

ELEVEN Merlot was grown in the northern reach of the Russian River Valley and the southern end of the Dry Creek Valley. The Russian River Valley provides well-drained alluvial soils, yielding fruit that displays balance between concentration and elegance. The Dry Creek Valley is made of gravel and sandy loam soils, characterized by warm breezes, rich alluvium, and well-drained, visually stunning rocky red soils.

ShopLearn More / 2016

Cannonball ELEVEN Sonoma County Cabernet

EARLY 2019 RELEASE