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"Huntington" is crafted from premium Pinot Noir grapes sourced from Riverbench Vineyard in the Santa Maria Valley AVA and from our Pali Estate Vineyard in the Sta. Rita Hills AVA. This wine is carefully blended to express the unique flavors associated with Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir. True to the region, "Huntington's flavors consist of soft red fruits, particularly strawberries and raspberries and a variety of baking spices, clove, and cinnamon, along with such earthy components as black tea and mushrooms. This wine is fermented in small lots, barrel-aged in 20% new French oak for 15 months and then bottled in December 2018.
This Pinot Noir is produced from our Pali Estate Vineyard in Sta. Rita Hills. Planted in 2012, this 50-acre vineyard is located along the Hwy 246 corridor on Gypsy Canyon. It sits on a gentle, Southeast-facing slope comprised of mostly sandy soils. Our Estate Grown wine is a blend of clones 23, 2A, 777, 828 and Pommard and is fermented and aged separately in small lots. This wine was barrel-aged for 18 months in 50% new French oak and bottled in May 2018.
This is the inaugural wine crafted for our newly launched "Clonal Series" program, designed to showcase an individual Pinot Noir clone. Each year, we will select one of seven Pinot Noir clones from a single block on our 50-acre Estate vineyard in the Sta. Rita Hills appellation in Santa Barbara County. This year's focus is Clone 2A from Block 5 on the west side of our vineyard, which is a warmer area protected from the prevailing westerly winds. Harvested in the 2016 season, this wine was barrel-fermented and aged for 18 months in neutral French oak barrels. Only four barrels of this wine were produced.
Established in 1986, Huber Vineyard is one of the oldest vineyards in the Sta. Rita Hills appellation. Proprietors Norm and Troudl Huber planted Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines in 1987 and have remained passionate and meticulous caretakers of their vineyard. Located in the heart of the Sta. Rita Hills, the vineyard benefits from the appellation's cool climate, ocean breezes, coastal fog, and incredible soils. This Pinot Noir is fermented in small lots, barrel-aged for 16 months in 50% new French oak and was bottled in April 2017.
"Charm Acres" is crafted from premium Chardonnay grapes sourced from top vineyards in Sonoma County. This wine underwent minimal malo-lactic (ML) fermentation, resulting in a Chardonnay that is bright and lively on the palate. It was aged for 10 months using less than 25% new French oak, which adds a hint of richness to this incredibly balanced Chardonnay. Bottled in August 2018.
Planted in 2012, our 50-acre vineyard is located in Gypsy Canyon along the Hwy 246 corridor and sits on a gentle, Southeast-facing slope with mostly sandy soils. Extremely low yields from this harvest afforded us limited, but high-quality fruit to craft this wine. Made from Clones 17 and 37, this wine was barrel-fermented and barrel-aged in a combination of new and neutral French oak for 14 months and bottled in January 2018.
2013 Huber Chardonnay is our first release from this classic Sta. Rita Hills vineyard. Bright, golden straw color. The nose is overflowing with hints of butterscotch and salty ocean air. The palate explodes with lemons and pears highlighted with a dancing minerality on the tongue. Finishes with flavors of key lime pie. It was barrel fermented using minimal amounts of new French Oak.
Blood Moon is a red wine blend of Syrah & Sangiovese. The Syrah comes from Alamo Creek Vineyard northeast of Santa Maria and the Sangiovese from Giff's Vineyard in the Los Olivos District. Both vineyards are organically farmed. The wine was crafted using a fermentation technique called carbonic maceration, where whole grapes are placed in an anaerobic environment. Here natural, environmental, yeast breaks down the sugars in each individual grape berry converting the juice into wine. The grapes are pressed without ever being crushed, resulting in a vibrant red-colored light body red wine. This is a natural wine -- it was organically farmed, used only native (non-commercial) yeast, SO2 was avoided throughout the wines elevage, and it is unfined and unfiltered.
"fresh-picked cherry, raspberry, rosewater"
The P.C.H Rosé is named for the scenic Pacific Coast Highway that runs along much of the California coastline, the perfect spot to sip our dry, crisp style of Central Coast Rosé of Pinot Noir. This rosé is made from a combination of whole-cluster pressed Pinot Noir grapes and blended with ten barrels of saignée made from premium Pinot Noir vineyards. This wine was barrel-aged entirely in neutral oak for four months and then bottled in February 2019.
Dawn is an 'orange' style wine made from partially whole cluster, skin-fermented Pinot Grigio & Chardonnay. 20 days fermentation on the skins, gives this wine its blush orange hue. This extremely non-interventionist winemaking process creates a funkier, sour and nutty tasting wine that is extremely versatile when paired with food.
"bruised apple, kombucha, dried orange rind"