This wine is pale straw gold in color with complex aromas that mesmerize your senses from first encounter. Its aromatics of citrus, Asian pear, honeydew melon and apple are followed by hints of slate and sea salt that invite you to delve into this wine. The natural balance, complexity and elegance of fruit can be attributed to the beauty in the Dijon Clones 76 and 96 and are accompanied with the sandy soils from the vineyard. The maritime influence highlights the lively crisp acidity and purity of fruit. The smooth rich texture elevates the mid-palate and heightens your senses. Lees stirring transcends this wine into a greater dimension. Neutral oak aging and no malolactic fermentation gives a complex round mouth feel that leads you directly into a long creamy yet vibrant finish.
Central Coast Wine Competition, June 2017 – Silver
San Francisco International Wine Competition, 2018 – Bronze
Estate Oak Club $28.90/bottle Reserve Oak Club $27.20/bottle
Sale Price – Normally $24.00
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
“Abalone Shell” in the Native language of Samala. This Southern Rhone style blend of Marsanne, Roussanne, and Grenache Blanc shows upfront aromatics of melon, pear, white peach, and honeysuckle, with hints of chamomile. The mid-palate is perfectly balanced between a racy acidity, minerality and rich creamy flavors. On the palate this wine is complex with layers of white floral, beeswax, citrus and stone fruits. This wine highlights the freshness of the stone fruits, intricacies of lees aging and depth in the finish.
Estate Oak Club $28.90 /bottle Reserve Oak Club $27.20 /bottle
“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 $34.00/bottle Reserve Oak Club $32.00/bottle
Sale Price – Normally $45.00
“Flower” in the Native language of Samala.
This blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignane shares several characteristics with the 2013 Spe’y. It is a deep colored wine that has an aromatic profile bursting with blueberries, violets, truffle oil, cinnamon, and traces of coffee and perfume. The palate is medium bodied; yet balanced with a spicy complexity and hints of candied blueberries and rose petals. The beautifully rich mid palate is poised with a bright acidity and elongated with multidimensional round tannins to linger on your tongue.
Terriorist.com, July 2017 – 93 Points
Robert Parker Wine Advocate, April 2018 – 90 Points
This garnet colored wine is playful yet intense. Its aromatics begin with cranberry, crushed wet rocks and vanilla and then deepen into raspberry and cherry cola. This wine makes a lasting impression on the mid-palate with complex round tannins and medium bright acidity. It harmonizes on your palate with a pronounced spiciness of tobacco, sassafras, dried herbs and bramble. A soft velvety texture highlights characters of earth, violets and pomegranates. The cool growing region and marine influence allow the elegance of this wine to shine and for the lengthy finish to remain with you.
Central Coast Wine Competition, June 2017 – Gold
Terriorist.com, July 2017 – 93 Points
Robert Parker Wine Advocate, September 2017 – 93+ Points
Jeb Dunnuck August 2017 – 89 Points
Wine Enthusiast 2017 – 89 Points
Estate Oak Club $51.00/bottle Reserve Oak Club $48.00/bottle
Sale Price – Normally $50.00
A deep colored wine with vibrant aromatics of black cherry, clove, tobacco and boysenberry with hints of violets and espresso. This full bodied wine is layered with savory notes of black pepper, cassis, mint and hints of vanilla. The refined tannins and bright acidity make this elegant wine linger on your tongue and define the balance on your palate.
Los Angeles International Wine Competition – Silver
Terroirist.com July 2017 – 92 points
Antonio Galloni September 2017 – 91 points
Robert Parker Wine Advocate April 2018 – 89+ points
Jeb Dunnuck August 2017 – 89 points
This is a garnet colored wine with enticing aromas of cherry cola, raspberry, floral-violet, and earthy attributes. The aromas also exudes hints of cracked pepper, tobacco, and vanilla. The fresh taste is refined and elegant, yet playful with flavors
of brambleberry, cranberry, gooseberry and pomegranate. Medium-bodied with a voluptuous, velvety and silky texture. Balance in this wine is expressed beautifully in the rounded tannins, medium acidity, and mouthfeel that dances on your palate rather than overpowering it. The cool growing region and marine influence highlight the majestic charm of this wine with an elegant, lengthy finish.
92 SCORE – Terroirist.com, May 2016
91 SCORE – Wine Enthusiast, October 2016
90 SCORE – The Wine Advocate, August 2016
GOLD STAR – Santé, May 2016
Estate Oak Club $55.25 /bottle Reserve Oak Club $52.00 /bottle