Albarino is traditionally grown in Portugal and Spain. It exhibits floral aromas of green apple, lime, meyer lemon, and kiwi. It is crisp and dry, with flavors of pineapple, lemon, nectarine, and grapefruit.
Gold Medal: SF Chronicle
Patrinus, meaning godfather, is a reserve style blend of 39%% Nebbiolo, 35% Barbera, and 26% Sangiovese.
It exhibits aromas of rose petal, cherry, and spice. Barrel aged for 30 months, this wine is bold, yet smooth with flavors of earth, dark chocolate, and cherry.
Gold Medal SF Chronicle Competition
Our 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon exhibits classic aromas of tobacco, black cherry, cedar, and violets. Full bodied and complex, it has flavors of cherry, spice, and mocha. Enjoy with a juicy steak, lamb, or stuffed peppers.
Our Reserve Barbera was aged for 22 months in French and American oak. It exhibits aromas of raspberry, fig, tobacco and spice. The palate is soft and lucious with flavors of blackberry, allspice, cherry and earth.
92 Points, Wine Enthusiast
SF Chronicle | Double Gold
Coccineous, meaning scarlet, is a luxurious blend of 55% Graciano, 26% Tempranillo, 14% Monastrell, and 5% Garnacha. It exhibits aromas of chocolate, raspberry, black cherry, and plum, with lingering flavors of blackberry, mocha, spice, and cherry.