About This Winery
With its production facility located in Buellton, this winery focuses mainly on making wine from grapes native to the Rhone Valley and Northern Italy. They strive for big, full-bodied, fruit-forward red wines and whites that are fresh and easy-drinking.
The tasting room is located among the warren of art galleries and tasting rooms informally known as “Tasting Room Row” in Los Olivos. The large windowless area has a wine-colored carpet and a huge bar for tasting. Gift items and wine accessories are also featured for sale. Wines are sold almost exclusively from the tasting room and through their wine club.
With a small overall production, yet making a dozen or more wines, case production is small, with some lots between 50 and 300 cases. Wines are sourced from Los Alamos, Ballard Canyon, and Santa Ynez Valley, as well as the warmer climes of Paso Robles for their Zinfandel, Nebbiolo and El Pomar Syrah. In additional to their individual varietal wines, the winery makes a “Cote du Rhone” style blend, as well as a blend from the Italian grapes of Nebbiolo and Barbera.↑ Less
Winery InformationHours: Open daily 11 to 6 pm
Fees: Tasting fee $5 with glass
Price Range: $19 to $28
Production: 2,500 cases
Discounts: 5% discount of 6-11 bottles, 15% on case purchase
- Gift Shop
- Casual & Relaxed
- Family Run