Commencement Wine

Wine 2022

Notre Dame Class of 2022 Commencement Wine

A Notre Dame Class of 2022 Commencement wine makes the perfect accompaniment to a celebratory family dinner, a gift for the Notre Dame graduate, or a small gathering with classmates. Celebrate your special Notre Dame occasion with wines produced by alumni of Our Lady's University. Order today and pick up at the Morris Inn May 12-13 from 1-5pm.

Commencement Wine

Blanc de Noirs, Sparkling Wine

Bargetto Winery is one of the most historic wineries in California. John Bargetto '88 MBA directs the Regan Vineyards estate and serves as director of winemaking. The estate vineyard is one of the largest and most diverse vineyards in the Santa Cruz Mountains with 12 different varietals and clones.

Each bottle is adorned with a commemorative Class of 2022 label.

Play Like a Champion Today Wines

In addition to our Commencement wine, we're offering Play Like a Champion Today Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon. In partnership with Play Like a Champion Today and Rick Mirer '93, we're excited to offer this wine brought to you by world class winemaker Jean Hoefliger. Rick led the Irish to a 29-7 record as a former captain and All-American Quarterback and spent 12 years in the NFL. He is the father of Morrison Mirer '21.

Create a distinct Notre Dame experience for your champion with Play Like a Champion Today wine.

2018 Chardonnay
Parr Vineyard is located in the North Coast Appellation of Knights Valley. The location, with its ideal soils and climate, makes for a perfect area to grow Chardonnay.
Nestled in the remote Sonoma mountains and influenced by Mt. St. Helena, the days are warm and the nights are cool. The Vineyard is a very cool and foggy site that ripens the grapes slowly with racy acidity. The soil is comprised of sandy loam - perfect for Chardonnay.

2018 Cabernet Sauvignon
Sunrise Vineyard is named for its picturesque view as the sun rises over the vineyard on the eastern hills every morning. It’s located in the Estrella District, a 66,800-acre area of valley floor and river floodplain, 745 to 1,800 feet above sea level. Vineyards are planted on a series of terraces and foothills of various slope angles and aspects. The terroir is perfect for growing premium grapes -- warm days lead to cool nights, moderate soil rooting depths control vine vigor, and tempered water stress produce complex fruit flavors.

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