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The Santa Ynez Valley Has Spanish Wines


Let’s explore the sun-kissed vineyards of the Santa Ynez Valley, where the grapes bask in the California warmth, and the terroir whispers tales of passion and craftsmanship.

Nestled within the rolling hills of Santa Ynez Valley, the Albariño vineyards thrive. The coastal influence caresses the vines, infusing them with salty sea breezes and sun-kissed mornings. The soil, a patchwork of sandy loam and limestone, cradles the roots.

Here, Albariño dances to the rhythm of the Pacific—a grape that sings of the ocean. From a newer vineyard just east of the Sta. Rita Hills, this Albariño opens with fresh aromas of clean pear, Meyer lemon peel, and a hint of guava skin. The sip delights with Key lime and lemongrass, maintaining a zippy profile. A promising expression of this grape in our climate

Tropical and balanced, this biodynamic Albariño pairs well with root vegetables and squashes. It’s a testament to the vineyard’s commitment to quality and sustainability2

A vintage that echoes the valley’s essence—crisp, vibrant, and brimming with citrus. A sip transports you to sun-drenched shores, toes in the sand, and the promise of endless summers3.

Santa Ynez Valley


In the heart of Santa Ynez Valley, where the sun kisses the vine leaves, Tempranillo finds its home. The soil, a mosaic of clay and gravel, imparts structure and depth. The warm days and cool nights coax the grapes into a symphony of flavors. Here, Tempranillo thrives, echoing its Spanish heritage. 

A red wine that weaves a tale of dark berries, leather, and a hint of spice. It’s a testament to the diversity of microclimates and soils that shape Northern Spain’s wines. In Santa Ynez Valley, Tempranillo finds its voice, bold and expressive4.

A journey through sun-drenched vineyards, where the grapes soak up warmth and history. Black cherries, tobacco, and a whisper of vanilla dance on the palate. This Tempranillo is a love letter to tradition and innovation

As the sun sets over the valley, raise your glass to Albariño and Tempranillo—their stories entwined with the land, their flavors echoing the spirit of Santa Ynez. 


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