A blend of the barrels from our favorite vineyards: Huber, La Encantada, Presqu’ile and Rita’s Crown. The spiciness and structure of the Santa Maria Valley, the earthiness of the Santa Rosa side of the Sta. Rita Hills, the ethereal qualities from the peaks of those hills, the floral characteristics of the sandy soils along Route 246 all come together in one happy place.
2016 Santa Maria Valley Chardonnay Sustainably farmed on sandy soil, fermented and aged in 80% neutral, 20% new French Oak. On the palate, lemon curd: crisp, citrusy, and creamy all at once. 13.9% alcohol, 90 cases produced
2019 Alamo Creek Ranch San Luis Obispo County Rosé of Grenache Strawberry, with a taut line of acidity that makes this a great wine for dinner year-round. 14.5% alcohol, 122 cases produced
2016 Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir Bright, fresh, an incredible food Pinot, but complex enough to linger over. Presqu’ile, La Encantada, Huber, and Turner Vineyards all bringing their special magic to the party. 13.9% alcohol, 300 cases produced.
2016 Santa Maria Valley Chardonnay
Sustainably farmed on sandy soil, fermented and aged in 80% neutral, 20% new French Oak. On the palate, lemon curd: crisp, citrusy, and creamy all at once.
13.9% alcohol, 90 cases produced
A murderer's row of Santa Barbara County Vineyards: Presqu'ile provides the red fruit and "Santa Maria Spice"; La Encantada, the Sta. Rita Hills nose and earthiness; Rita's Crown, blue fruit and structure. Complex and perfect with whatever you're having for dinner.
The 2018 Alamo Creek Ranch Sauvignon Blanc is complex, layered, with a great mouthfeel. Hints of citrus, a smidge of the tropics, rich without being blowsy. A compelling white wine with a high deliciousness quotient.
Like nothing else you’ve had. A few of the comments we received upon release: “A chocolate raspberry brownie melting in your hand. With notes of boysenberry.” “Have you ever driven a Ferrari?” “F---ing delicious.”