“How many opportunities in the history of winegrowing can one plant a virgin region and discover its wine possibilities?”
Share our discoveries, successes, and heartaches as each vintage unfolds. Changes in weather influence winegrowing strategies from winter pruning through harvest. Winemaking decisions are palate-based interpretations of harvest variables. We follow our intuition.
Linden’s wines have gathered accolades from wine writers throughout the U.S. and Europe. Browse our press archive.
Since starting his adventure in winegrowing in the 1980s, Jim has shared his knowledge and experience through teaching, apprenticeships, and his extensive writings. Vintners throughout the Mid-Atlantic region know they can rely on his advice and expertise. In 2014, Vineyard and Winery Magazine named Jim one of the 20 most influential winemakers in America. Read Jim’s articles for an insider’s perspective on growing wine.
Take an in-depth look at our vineyard and cellar practices. We are farmers first, so winegrowing takes priority over everything else. Our goal as winegrowers is to best express each vineyard site in the glass. Place is more important than grape variety. Linden's winemaking is traditional and minimalist. "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
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