These grapes are from three Central Coast locations. 50% are from the very cool climate of the Santa Maria Valley, which allows grapes to retain all of their delicate flavors as they ripen to maturity. 36% are from Edna Valley, a slightly warmer region to the north of Santa Maria and 14% are from Paicines, a warmer region in the hills east of Monterey, these grapes add ripeness and fullness to the palate.
These grapes were grown in the Santa Rita Hills region at the west end of the Santa Ynez Valley. The very cool climate allows the grapes to retain all their delicate flavors as they ripen to maturity.
100% Muscat Canelli. These Muscat grapes were grown in Lake County, just north of Napa County. The flavors of these grapes develop to a rich, ripe character during the warm summer days.
100% Sauvignon Blanc from a vineyard in the Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County
The grapes to make this wine were grown at our estate vineyard in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley. The mild climate tempered by foggy mornings, combined with the long growing season, allows our grapes to fully develop structure and complexity while retaining fresh and bright fruit flavors.
Our members wanted a wine to enjoy after dinner over dessert with friends and family. We left some of our estate vineyard’s highly aromatic “Musqué” clone of Sauvignon Blanc hang a little while longer in order to produce this sweet and crisp wine.