Currently in the Tasting Room


2018 Chardonnay– Santa Rita Hills

2019 Rose of Tempranillo/Graciano – Young Vineyard, Los Olivos District

2019 Pinot Gris – E&M Vineyard, Los Olivos District

2018 Grenache Blanc– Los Olivos District


2018 Pinot Noir – Santa Maria Valley (almost gone)

2018 Grenache – Rancho del Prado, Los Olivos District

2017 Cabernet Sauvignon – San Antonio Valley (almost gone)

2017 Cabernet Sauvignon (Black Label) – Dirty Boy Vineyard, Ventura County

2017 Syrah Los – Olivos District

Being Released Soon

2018 Syrah – Ballard Canyon

2018 Sangiovese – Santa Ynez Valley

Wines from our cellars past (SOLD OUT)


2017 Grenache-It’s delicious! Lots of cherry, white pepper, ripe strawberry and tangerine zest. Velvety smooth. Paired with manchego.

2017 Estate Syrah- Deeply opaque, it’s a glass stainer! Watch the legs run down the glass, they turn into a kaleidoscope you might be watching for hours.  The nose is not to be outshine. Ripe dark fruits of blackberry jam, black cherry, vanilla bean, and sweet tobacco.  Deeply bold, this Estate Syrah is not about to take a bow to anyone. Beyond rich mouthfeel of dark chocolate, jam, fig, blueberries, and mild hint.

2017 Pinot Noir– This dry farmed Pinot Noir from Dixon Ranch of Edna Valley. This is our 2nd of our wines to be released under the black label. No irrigation except what the winter rains give, mean the grapes struggle throughout the growing season and yields are incredibly low. The result is a bold yet gentle pinot, with notes of cherry jolly rancher, cinnamon raisin bread, dried herbs and violets.


2018 Grenache Rose– Rose, Yes please! Need we say more. Rose is to summer as; pumpkin spice lattes are to fall. This Grenache rose is crisp and light. An abundance of watermelon, white peaches, rose petals, tart cherry and pink grape fruit.

2017 Tara’s Cuvee– This is a rare blend of stainless steel fermented Marsanne (70%) and barrel fermented Roussanne (30%). Both again on the lees for 11 months. Great notes of pear, melon, beeswax, mandarin orange peel, chamomile and some nice minerality. Like really good cave funk.

2017 Viognier– No notes needed. We just think it’s that good. JK. Easy drinker, this Viognier was barrel fermented and aged on the lees for 10 months. It has nice acidly  with  incredibly rich mouthfeel. Vibrant flowers, honey suckle, jasmine oil and tropical fruit notes.

2017 Sauvignon Blanc– This Sauv. Blanc comes from on of the newest sought after AVA’s in the Central Coast. Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara is a tiny micro climate above Santa Barbara. OOoooo, exciting…. Total wine nerd thing. The nose starts off with white peach, melon, fresh herbs and wet stone while the pallet is delightfully vibrant and refreshing.