Background
  • Spanish Springs lies on the far western edge of the Edna Valley a mere 2 miles from the Pacific Ocean. One of the coldest Vineyards in California it produces fruit that ripens slowly and maintains its acidity. A nearby extinct volcano makes for interesting soils of Sandstone and volcanic schist that produce unique terrior.
    Spanish Springs Vineyards, Edna Valley
    Central Coast, California
  • Meticulously farmed by Sandra Newman, this 6 acre vineyard sits 12 miles from the Pacific Ocean on sandy loam soil that produces lean Burgundian inspired Pinot Noir.
    Cebada Vineyards, Santa Ynez Valley
    Central Coast, California
  • On the northern edge of the Sta. Rita Hills, John Hilliard and Christine Bruce have developed this unique SIP Certified 21 acre vineyard. First class farming of this densely planted vineyard produces concentrated, rich fruit.
    Hilliard Bruce Vineyards, Santa Rita Hills
    Central Coast, California
  • Just south of San Luis Obispo Mike Sinor farms this exceptional vineyard situated on the slopes of Avila Valley, 1.2 miles from the Pacific Ocean. This cool climate vineyard planted on soils composed of hardened sand and sandstone produces exceptional Pinot Noir.
    Bassi Ranch Vineyards, San Luis Obispo County
    Central Coast, California