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Grown in the challenging conditions of a dry-farmed vineyard, this wine displays the complexity, balance, and concentrated fruit flavors of a classic California Zinfandel. Barrel aged in both new French and American oak for 16 months, notes of blueberry, chocolate, strawberry and plum blend seamlessly with firm oak tannins for a rich, full-bodied wine experience. Only 242 cases made.
The Syrah vines in the Potrero Vineyard receive only natural rainfall for moisture, and this lack of water means smaller crop yields, fewer clusters per-vine, and berries that are packed with concentrated sugars and acid. The flavors are powerful and intense. Dark, classic Syrah notes of lavender, blackberries and spiced oak and smoke greet you first, followed by coffee and black pepper. The finish is spiced fruit and berries, with a savory black olive note. Limited Production of 180 cases.
Dry-farmed and barrel-aged, this Grenache was meticulously hand-harvested at night, and hand-sorted before pressing. Dark and rich in appearance, but soft in style, it displays traditional notes of ripe cherry, strawberry, plum, and baking spices. The tannins on the finish are a sweet and lingering promise that this wine will age gracefully. Only 193 cases made.
Notes of white peach, pineapple, fresh cut hay, lychee, mango, and candied lemon make for a surprising and delightful style of Sauvignon Blanc from Santa Barbara. Pair with shellfish, drink with friends!
Elegant and fresh, with notes of white peach, lemon, and green apple. Bright acidity and a hint of vanilla complement the ripe fruit flavors in this crisp, modern style of Chardonnay. The fruit for our 2013 Deep Sea Chardonnay Santa Barbara County was sourced from one of the premier vineyards in the Santa Maria Valley. We have come to love the fruit profile that comes out of this northern Santa Barbara County region.