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Initially inspired by the highly structured full-bodied red wines from the Bordeaux region in France, this wine displays the California Central Coast's ability to achieve traditional rich Bordeaux characteristics, while showcasing fruit driven qualities unique to California's Central Coast.
"blackberry jam, mocha, toasted oak, candied black cherry"
This wine is crafted from premium Petite Sirah grapes grown at Texas Road Vineyard, located on the westside of Paso Robles in the San Miguel District AVA. This full-bodied wine, with its hallmark deep purple hue, was fermented in small lots and barrel-aged for 18 months in a combination of French and American oak barrels. Bottled in June 2019.
The grapes for this wine are sourced from Jorian Hill Vineyard, located in the Ballard Canyon AVA in the Santa Ynez Valley region. Our Syrah is fermented in small lots, punched-down by hand up to three times each day, and aged in French oak barrels for 18 months, using 35% new French and American oak. This wine was bottled in March 2019.
The fruit for this wine is sourced from 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, is barrel-fermented and barrel-aged using only neutral French oak barrels.
The fruit for this white Rhone blend is sourced from four vineyards. The Grenache Blanc fruit hails from Jack McGinley in Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara and Morro View Vineyards in San Luis Obispo County. The Marsanne and Roussanne come from Camp 4 Vineyard in Santa Ynez Valley. The fourth varietal, Viognier, is from Jorian Hill Vineyard in Ballard Canyon. The wine is fermented in a combination of stainless steel and neutral oak barrels. Aged for 5 months in 100% neutral French oak.
The grapes for this wine are sourced from Lieff Ranch Vineyard in the San Luis Obispo County AVA. The vineyard is located along a very remote, pristine canyon with a unique volcanic soil type that is well-suited to the Sauvignon Blanc varietal. The wine is fermented and aged in stainless steel barrels and bottled in January 2018.
"Summit" is made from premium grapes grown on our Pali Estate Vineyard in the Sta. Rita Hills AVA. This wine is hand-crafted, using small-lot fermentations and then aged in 30% new French oak for 15 months and bottled in December 2018. "Summit" is carefully blended to create a distinguished Pinot Noir that is complex in character yet approachable upon release.
Our Zinfandel is crafted from grapes grown at Vista Serrano Vineyard located in the Adelaida District. This vineyard sits in the hilly region west of Paso Robles and is owned and farmed by Erich Russel of Rabbit Ridge Vineyards. This wine is harvested and fermented in small lots, and then barrel-aged for 18 months using French and American oak barrels and bottled in June 2019. The result is a medium-bodied style of Zinfandel with bold flavor.
The fruit for this red Rhone blend is sourced from five different vineyards. The Grenache fruit hails from Camp 4 Vineyard in Santa Ynez Valley and Lieff Ranch in San Luis Obispo County. The Syrah comes from Jorian Hill Vineyard, Camp 4 Vineyard, Sky's the Limit and Happy Canyon Vineyard. The Cinsault, Carignane, and Counoise come from Camp 4 Vineyard. This wine is fermented in small lots and barrel-aged for 18 months in a combination of 20% new French oak and American oak. Bottled in March 2018.