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2017 Grenache

This Grenache Noir is a pretty garnet color with a tantalizing nose of cranberry, raspberry, ripe cherry, and sugared orange peel. The first sip immediately entices your palate with a bright acidity that balances savory and sweet flavors. It is filled with wild strawberry, clove, mocha, hints of violet, damp forest, and spice. The voluptuous medium body of this wine and youthful tannins hold everything together, and it smooths out into red fruits and dried orange on the finish.

Estate Oak Club  $30.60/bottle     Reserve Oak Club  $28.80/bottle

36.00/ bottle

2018 Sauvignon Blanc

This pale lemon colored wine is expressly aromatic yet balanced with layers of structure and complexity. Initial aromatics show hints of passion fruit and guava, jalapeno, gooseberry, honeydew melon, and lemongrass. The acidity cuts through a collection of grapefruit and bell pepper that leaves your palate coated with an uplifting minerality. The creamy texture is derived from months of lees aging, providing this elegant wine with a touch of power and length both in the nose and palate. The layers of lychee and floral perfume are blanketed by a complex long finish.

Central Coast Wine Competition, June 2019 – Best of Class + Double Gold
Wine Enthusiast Magazine, November 2019 – 92 points
International Women’s Wine Competition, June 2019 – Silver
Los Angeles International Wine Competition, June 2019 – Silver
Tasters Guild Wine Competition, May 2019 – Silver
Terroirist.com, July 2019 – 89 points
Vinous Media – 89 points
Jeb Dunnuck, October 2019 – 89 points

Estate Oak Club  $20.40/bottle     Reserve Oak Club  $19.20/bottle

24.00/ bottle

2018 T’aya

“Abalone Shell” in the native Chumash language of Samala.

This southern Rhone style blend of Marsanne, Roussanne, and Grenache Blanc highlights bright aromatics of zesty citrus, Asian pear, and honeysuckle with hints of chamomile and white peach. The mid-palate is a perfect balance of acidity, oily minerality, and rich creamy flavors. On the palate this wine shows a dynamic contrast of salinity mixed with bright acidity that showcases the layers of vanilla bean, white orchid, beeswax, and stone fruits. The freshness and intricacies from lees aging provides a depth through the entire finish.

Wine Enthusiast Magazine, November 2019 – 92 points
Terroirist.com, July 2019 – 91 points
Central Coast Wine Competition, June 2019 – Silver
International Women’s Wine Competition, June 2019 – Silver
Tasters Guild Wine Competition, May 2019 – Silver
Vinous Media – 89 points

Estate Oak Club  $18.70/bottle     Reserve Oak Club  $17.60/bottle

22.00/ bottle

2018 Grenache Rosé

This rosé is comprised of 100% Grenache Noir grapes that are grown and picked specifically for rosé and the pale pink color and bright aromatic highlight this. The aromatics of strawberries, hibiscus, blood orange and cranberry entice you with their charms at first encounter. Relatively high acidity leads to an intense palate of ruby red grapefruit, red apple, white pepper and spice. The brightness combined with lees aging gives this wine a complexity and vibrancy that carries all the way through the finish. The purity of the Grenache grape makes this wine a match for almost any dish.

Central Coast Wine Competition, June 2019 – Double Gold
Wine Enthusiast Magazine, October 2019 – 91 points
Vinous Media – 90 points
Terroirist.com, July 2019 – 90 points
Tasters Guild Wine Competition, May 2019 – Silver

Estate Oak Club  $17.00/bottle     Reserve Oak Club  $16.00/bottle

20.00/ bottle

2017 Chardonnay

This pale straw color wine has an immediately appealing nose and is flatteringly easy to enjoy. Its aromatics of citrus, Asian pear, and apple hit you with their exuberant charms from first encounter and is lifted by hints of slate and citrus blossom. The natural balance and complexity of this wine can be attributed to the sandy soils and beauty from Dijon clones 76 and 96. The palate is mineral and citrus propelled in flavor while the acidity tingles your taste buds. With the vineyard proximity to the ocean and the time on less, this wine is highlighted by the crisp, yet creamy texture that heightens your senses.

Tasters Guild Wine Competition, May 2019 – Gold
Central Coast Wine Competition, June 2018 – Gold
Terroirist.com, July 2018 – 92 Points
Antonio Galloni, September 2018 – 90 Points
Wine Enthusiast Magazine, November 2019 – 90 Points
International Women’s Wine Competition, June 2019 – Silver

Estate Oak Club  $25.50/bottle     Reserve Oak Club  $24.00/bottle

30.00/ bottle

2015 Spe’y

“Flower” in the native Chumash language of Samala.

This Rhone blend of Grenache, Carignan and Syrah highlights the beauty that these varietals share with a deep ruby colored wine that is bursting with aromatics of blackberries, hibiscus tea, clove and cinnamon. This wine is erupting with lively freshness and complexity. The palate is medium bodied and balanced with traces of spices, black pepper, and rose petals. The acidity in the wine highlights the velvety round tannins that allow the elegance to shine and for the lengthy finish to remain with you.

Tasters Guild Wine Competition, May 2019 – Gold
Terroirist.com, July 2018 – 92 Points
Wine Enthusiast, 2018 – 92 Points
Los Angeles International Wine Competition, 2018 – Gold + 90 Points
Jeb Dunnuck, October 2018 – 90 Points
Robert Parker Wine Advocate, September 2019 – 90 points
International Women’s Wine Competition, June 2019 – Silver
Central Coast Wine Competition, June 2018 – Silver

Estate Oak Club  $25.50/bottle     Reserve Oak Club  $24.00/bottle

30.00/ bottle

2015 Pinot Noir

This garnet colored wine initially tingles your senses with enticing aromas of cranberries, cherry cola, strawberries and earthy attributes. The aromas also include hints of white pepper, violets, and vanilla. The fresh taste is refined and elegant with playful flavors of pomegranate, dried herbs, sassafras and bramble. This voluptuous, medium bodied wine has a beautiful balance of rounded dusty tannins and bright acids that pair well with almost any food. The cool growing region and maritime influence highlights the true charm of this wine with an elongated velvet finish.

Tasters Guild Wine Competition, May 2019 – Gold
Terroirist.com, July 2018 – 93 Points
Robert Parker Wine Advocate, September 2019 – 92 Points
Jeb Dunnuck, October 2018 – 91 Points
Wine Enthusiast, 2018 – 91 Points
Wine Spectator, 2018 – 91 Points
International Women’s Wine Competition, June 2019 – Silver
Central Coast Wine Competition, June 2018 – Silver
Los Angeles International Wine Competition, 2018 – Silver

Estate Oak Club  $46.75/bottle     Reserve Oak Club  $44.00/bottle

55.00/ bottle

2015 Cabernet Sauvignon

An intensely deep colored wine with a beautiful nose of boysenberries, black currant. sweet tobacco and cedar that is complimented by hints of vanilla, dried sage, and red plums. The taste is rich in texture with complex flavors of red cherries, espresso, roasted bell peppers, eucalyptus and dried herbs. The dynamic fruit flavors on the palate blend into the velvety yet defined tannins for a dynamic, lengthy finish. This wine is purely balanced with fresh intensity that is a culmination of elegance and grace.

Central Coast Wine Competition, June 2018 – Double Gold
Terroirist.com, July 2018 – 91 Points
Robert Parker Wine Advocate, September 2019 – 91 Points
International Women’s Wine Competition, June 2019 – Silver
Los Angeles International Wine Competition, 2018 – Silver
Wine Enthusiast, 2018 – 89 Points
Jeb Dunnuck, October 2018 – 89 Points

Estate Oak Club  $34.00/bottle     Reserve Oak Club  $32.00/bottle

40.00/ bottle