Our Collab Wines
Ultra-Rare Collaboration Wines
These wines are ultra-rare collaborations between the Chosen Family team and rising star winemakers who we partner with based on a shared vision and philosophy. Each wine is made by friends, for friends — and guaranteed to be extraordinary. Shop our Collab wines here.
2019 Pinot Noir, L’Angolo
2021 Chardonnay L’Angolo
“Our approach to winemaking is very classical. Rooted in Burgundian traditions, we maintain a hands off approach in the cellar to showcase the true terroir of the site in each vintage.”
— Chase Renton, L’Angolo winemaker
Salty Goats Wine Co.
2021 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, Salty Goats Dropping Soon
“We pride ourselves on collaborating with dedicated and trusted organic farmers and are constantly in search of new and exciting sites. With its high elevation, proximity to the ocean, and cooler climate, we believe the West Sonoma coast creates wines that are expressive and elegant. Stay salty!”
— the team at Salty Goats
2020 Syrah, Hazelfern
“You only get one life and we’re absolutely living for right now! That is the spirit behind Hazelfern. We refuse to be held back by fear, by golden handcuffs, and the heavy feeling of other people’s expectations. We’re so grateful to wake up everyday and work our asses off pursuing our passion.”
— Bryan Laing, Hazelfern winemaker
Granville Wine Co.
SPARKLING WINE DROPPING SOON
“Granville is a small family-owned vineyard and winery located in the Dundee Hills of the Willamette Valley. We’re led by second generation wine growers Ayla & Jackson Holstein who focus on small lot productions of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sparkling on our family’s Holstein Estate Vineyard.”
— the team at Granville Wine Co.
2021 Chardonnay DROPPING SOON
“Lingua Franca refers to a universal language that can bring people from diverse backgrounds together sharing a moment of pleasure. It was the language of diplomacy and brought people together from diverse cultures. Lingua Franca also means to “speak frankly,” directly, just as our wines aim to speak directly of their terroir, their place.”
— Larry Stone, Thomas Savre, Dominique Lafon and the team at Lingua Franca