Our wines

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Tempranillo — 2018


Martian Ranch Vineyard, Los Alamos, CA

Demeter Certified Biodynamic ® Grapes

Inspired by the Ribera del Duero region of Spain, this wine is fresh and fruity in its youth, but there is a deeper, darker layer that will age gracefully for many years with savory tones of cedar and sage present in the mid palate and finish.



Pinot Noir — 2017


Rancho La Viña Vineyard, Sta. Rita Hills, CA

Sustainable farming practice

The wine has an unmistakable aroma of wild blackberries that transports me back to summers in Washington as a kid. The warm, velvet black fruit is layered with both baking and savory spices.​


Petite Beast

Petit Verdot — 2017


Russell Family Vineyard in Paso Robles, CA

Sustainable farming practice

Tart cranberry, bold red fruit, baking spice and underbrush and cedar are made delicate by 22 months in French Oak. It's a rare creature.


Sōnā Vino

Chardonnay — 2018


Shokrian Vineyard in Los Alamos, CA

Organic and biodynamic farming practices

We love this wine because of the juxtaposition of its flavors, which are represented on the label. A full, round, and soft base due to malolactic fermentation is heightened and lifted by zesty citrus and melon.



Pinot Noir — 2017


Grown at Spanish Springs in Arroyo Grande Valley, CA

SIP Certified Sustainable

The coastal influence is very pronounced by a clean and energetic mouth feel with elegant red berry, orange rind, and light caramel notes.



Rosé of Mourvèdre — 2018


Grown at Cass Vineyard in Paso Robles, CA

SIP Certified Sustainable


A darker rosé that brings out the structure and complexity of the Mourvèdre grape. Lively strawberry and prickly pear.