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2017 T’aya

This southern rhone style blend of Marsanne, Roussanne and Grenache Blanc has a certain opulence, flavored with golden pears and white peaches. The mid-palate while being creamy and complex is also crisp and juicy with flavors of gardenia, peach, vanilla and wet rocks. Balanced with freshness and definition this wine exudes an acitiy that brings the energy to the forefront and allows the lush long finish of spice, pear and vanilla to remain with you.

Central Coast Wine Competition 2018 – Silver

Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2018 – Silver

Wine Enthusiast 2018 – 91 points

Terroirist.com July 2018 – 91 points

Antonio Galloni, October 2018 – 89 points

Jeb Dunnuck, October 2018 – 89 points

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

22.00/ bottle

2017 Grenache Rosé

Grenache grapes are all that are used to create this pale pink salmon colored wine. The seductive aromatics of strawberries and cream, floral perfume, rose petals and cranberries are complemented with a mouth quenching acidity. With its fresh, crisp, dry style the flavors of raspberry and ruby red grapefruit play on the palate. A distinctive pearly minerality balances the tangy berry flavors and harmonizes with notes of tart juicy plums. This wines creamy texture and depth make it a match for almost any dish.

Central Coast Wine Competition, June 2018 – Silver

Wine Enthusiast, 2018 – 90 points

Estate Oak Club  $15.30 /bottle          Reserve Oak Club  $14.40 /bottle

18.00/ bottle

2017 Sauvignon Blanc

This pale lemon colored wine walks a tightrope balancing act between expressive aromatics, acidity and minerality. Initial aromatics flood your senses with passion fruit, white peaches, guava and orange peel. The bright acidity precedes a rich palate of melon, lychee and green apple flavors. The wet stone framework of this wine lends to a firm lift of the senses and paves the way for a chalky finish that emphasizes this wines elegance.

Central Coast Wine Competition 2018 – Double Gold | Best of Class

Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2018 – Silver

Terroirist.com, July 2018 – 90 points

Wine Spectator, October 2018 – 90 points

Jeb Dunnuck, October 2018 – 89 points

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

24.00/ bottle

2015 Chardonnay

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  $25.50/bottle     Reserve Oak Club  $24.00/bottle

30.00/ bottle

2015 T’aya

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

 

$22/ bottle