Wines

2016 Petite Syrah

TASTING NOTES: This 100 percent Estate Grown Petit Sirah is from LaMar Vineyard, a steep hillside site on the Eastside of Paso Robles. It is inky in color and expresses big bold blueberry and blackberry notes, yet it shows incredible balance and acidity with hints of allspice and vanilla. It is a fruit forward Petit Sirah with soft tannins and a long finish. It will drink wonderfully with food or enjoyed on its own. Drink now or hold 3-7 years.
PAIRINGS: Robust dishes pair well, including grilled meats, barbecue and roasted lamb.

$45/bottle SOLD OUT!


2016 Viognier

Harvested Sept. 2016. 50% Plum Orchard, 50% Windrock Vineyard. All westside fruit. In 50% new French oak. 12 months, Bottled Sept. 2017. 14% alcohol.

Tasting notes:  This estate Viognier resembles a cool climate Viognier.  It has loads of stone fruit, white peach, and crispy apricots with floral notes of honeysuckle and a mineral finish.  It has some extracted fruit yet stands out among many other Paso Rhone whites because it has balance and minerality.

$35/bottle

2017 Viognier

Harvested Sept. 2017. 50% Plum Orchard, 50% Windrock Vineyard. All westside fruit. In 50% new French oak. 18 months, Bottled March 2018. 14% alcohol.

Tasting notes:  This estate Viognier resembles a cool climate Viognier.  It has loads of stone fruit, white peach, and crispy apricots with floral notes of honeysuckle and a mineral finish.  It has some extracted fruit yet stands out among many other Paso Rhone whites because it has balance and minerality.

$35/bottle

2016 Tempranillo

TASTING NOTES: Tempranillo means early harvest. This 100 percent Estate Grown Tempranillo is from LaMar Vineyard… a steep hillside vineyard on the Eastside of Paso Robles. It shows a lot of red fruits, including strawberries, and dried cherries, along with balanced acid and spice. Coming from the warmer climate of Paso Robles, the Tempranillo offers up bigger riper fruit but retains its balanced acidity. Hints of mint leaves, nutmeg, vanilla and cloves add to its structure. The complexity is further enhanced by a delicate hint of oak that makes this wine stand up to robust dishes. Drink now or hold 2-5 years.
PAIRINGS: Some of the best pairings are crispy pork and spicy foods.

$45/bottle SOLD OUT

2016 CABERNET SAUVIGNON

TASTING NOTES: As the primary varietal in classic Bordeaux blends, Cabernet Sauvignon is the most planted varietal in Paso Robles. This Cabernet is a blend of 75% Eastside Cabernet and 25% Westside Petit Verdot. It is a medium bodied classic style Cabernet. It has violets and vanilla on the nose, with currants and black cherries on the palate. As most Cabernet Sauvignon does, it pairs well with most rich foods. Drink now or hold 2-6 years.
PAIRINGS: Pairs well with red meats, pastas in red sauce and pizza.

$35/bottle