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The Sauvignon Blanc grapes for this wine were sourced from our Julian vineyard in San Diego County and is 16% blended with our 2019 Viognier grapes. This wine was aged in neutral French oak barrels for eight months, has a soft entry with honeydew melon and a ripe grapefruit on the palate. The wine finishes with a lemon honey note that matches well with seafood or a light chicken dish.


Estate Grown



The Viognier grapes for this wine were sourced from our Santa Fe Valley vineyard and 25% blended with our Sauvignon Blanc grapes from our Random Oaks Julian vineyard. 

This wine was aged in neutral French oak barrels for six months and deliver notes of white peach, pear drop and lychee on the nose; a supple voluptuous mid palate with a supporting note of Nashi pear. The wine finishes smooth and trails with notes of ripe apple tart tatin. wine was produced from vines planted in our Santa Fe Valley Vineyard. Grown 10 miles from the San Diego coastline on a rocky sun-drenched hillside, these Merlot grapes deliver strong notes of ripe red and blackberry fruit, wrapped in vanilla and caramel on the nose. Chocolatey tannins glide the dark robust fruit through the palate, which finishes soft and supple.


Drink now or cellar up to 5 years. 


Vineyard Photos

Santa Fe Valley


Our Chardonnay vines are from our oldest vineyard, planted in 2002 and expanded in 2003. We do not bottle our Chardonnay wine but use it as a blending grape in our Sauvignon Blanc wines where it comprises about 5% to 10% of the Sauvignon Blanc. It is used to round out the green aromas and citrus bite of the Sauvignon Blanc grape. 


Vineyard Photos

Random Oaks


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