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This wine is crafted from premium Sauvignon Blanc grapes grown in Lake County, just north of Napa Valley, on a small three-acre property known as Bad Rat Ranch. The wine, made in very limited quantities, was fermented entirely in stainless steel, then barrel-aged in neutral French oak for 10 months. Bottled in June 2017.
This wine is made from premium Chenin Blanc grapes grown on the Area 51 Vineyard, located along the scenic Foxen Canyon Trail in Santa Barbara County. Our refreshing Chenin Blanc is fermented and aged in a combination of French oak and stainless steel. Bottled in Summer 2017.
The fruit for this wine was grown at Camp 4 Vineyard, located in the eastern part of the Santa Ynez Valley. Owned by the Chumash Tribe, this vineyard grows mostly Rhone and some Bordeaux varietals. Marsanne is a white varietal originated in the Rhone Valley of France. This wine, made in very limited quantities, was barrel-fermented and barrel-aged using only neutral French oak barrels.
The grapes for this wine hail from vineyards within the Santa Barbara County AVA. The vineyards are cultivated with great pride, using farming fundamentals that result in premium wine, rich in varietal character and terroir.
The grapes for this wine are sourced from four vineyards in the Santa Ynez Valley: the Grenache hails from both the Watch Hill and Camp 4 Vineyards; the Syrah is from Jorian Hill Vineyard; and the Cinsault and Carignane are from Camp 4 Vineyards. This wine is fermented in small lots and barrel-aged for 18 months in a combination of 20% new French and American oak. Bottled June 2017.