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Our 2019 Chardonnay from Spear Vineyard has a pale golden color. The nose is filled with white peach, nectarine and citrus, alongside butterscotch and baking spices. Textures on the palate are rich, with a glossy mouth feel that transitions to a crisp, balancing dose of acidity on the finish. There is a distinctive note of salinity on the finish that extends the flavors on the palate and tastes like the crisp ocean air the wine was grown in.
With 30+ months in barrel and then more than a year in bottle prior to release, this wine is showing beautifully right now and will continue to age well for at least a decade. From the meticulously farmed Kimsey Vineyard this wine boasts dark cherry fruit along with sandalwood spice and a very plush, rounded mouthfeel. We are very excited to share this wine with you.
Although sourced from a new vineyard, the 2021 Albariño carries on our tradition of making a super aromatic, bright, crisp, refreshing version of the wine. Sourced this year from Mora Vineyard in the Los Olivos District, this beautifully farmed location offers all the classic Alabariño character you've come to expect from this wine. Perfect as an apéritif, this wine will also be the star of the dinner table paired with any shellfish or flaky white fish dishes. My favorite though, is paired with spicy curries or Thai food.
The 2020 Walk Slow has a dark, ruby red color. On the nose, strawberry and cherry fruits are surrounded by clove, cola spice and dried herbs along with a touch of earthiness. On the palate this medium bodied wine is elegant and silky and boasts more of the red fruits and spice found in the aroma. This wine should age gracefully for a decade.
It's back! For 2021 we've returned to a 100% Grenache Rosé and it's tasting great. The perfect afternoon wine for the patio, pool or beach. Done all in stainless steel to promote a bright, crisp character but this wine isn't short on flavor. Loads of spicy, fresh, strawberry fruit pack the mid-palate and finish with a refreshing dose of acidity that will make you want Rosé all day.
Grown on a steep, rocky slope on the western edge of the Sta. Rita Hills, this Bentrock Vineyard Pinot Noir exhibits the earthy, crushed stone minerality that we look for in great Pinot Noir.
It has an expressive nose of blackberries, blueberries and black cherry. Complimenting the fruit are aromas of leather and spice and a woodsy, earthiness from the use of stems. This is rich, earthy, food friendly Syrah at it’s best.
This wine has an inky, dark red to purple color. On the nose, classic dark-skinned fruits like black cherry, plum and black berries mingle with dried meats and leathery earthiness. Stem inclusion is obvious, adding to the spicy/earthy aroma as well as adding a good dose of tannin. On the palate, more of those dark fruits are present wrapped in a rich, velvety swath of tannin. The finish on this wine is very long and I especially love the well-developed integration of fruit, stems and acid, all working in harmony with one another to help it linger on your palate well after you’ve swallowed.