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  1. Wine Club Benefits

    Wine Club Benefits

    By joining our Wine Club, you receive access to wines that are not available in the marketplace. Over the years, we have been honored by the loyalty and dedication many wine lovers have shown our wines. Our customers often share touching stories with us about a special occasion at which they poured one of our wines, or how they simply enjoy a glass of our wine after a long work week.

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  2. Replanting Grapevines

    Replanting Grapevines

    With 100% estate-grown wines, our vineyards receive a lot of attention. Good grapes equal good wine. Grapevines don’t continue to produce quality fruit decade after decade, so it’s imperative to replant as the years move forward. This year, we’ve been busy replanting some of our acreage. 

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  3. Getting Married at A Vineyard: How Much Does it Cost?

    Getting Married at A Vineyard: How Much Does it Cost?

    As one of the more popular wedding venues in the Santa Ynez Valley, we love helping brides and grooms bring their vision of a vineyard wedding to life. One of the top questions we get asked is "How much does it cost to have a vineyard wedding?"

    One of our favorite local wedding planners who works with us frequently, Leanne Elliott of Soliel Events, has tackled this question head-on as a featured guest blogger on our website.

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  4. The Myriad of Ways to Taste Wine in Santa Barbara County

    The Myriad of Ways to Taste Wine in Santa Barbara County

    Option #1: The Funk Zone in SB

    What used to be a grimy part of town filled with industrial businesses has now been transformed into where all the cool kids go to drink wine and beer, eat good food, visit art galleries, and shop surf shops. The Funk Zone is not your grandmother’s wine tasting experience. Most of the tasting rooms have a bar atmosphere that encourages people to hang out. You’ll see groups walking from tasting room to tasting room to sample various wines from Santa Barbara County.

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