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  1. Getting to Know Gainey

    Getting to Know Gainey

    As a family-owned winery, we at Gainey Vineyard value our employees like they are part of our extended family. Our amazing staff have allowed this winery to flourish through the years. We thought it would be nice for you to get to know some of our staff, learn about they spend a day off,  why they enjoy living in the Santa Ynez Valley, and which Gainey wine is their favorite.  

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  2. Wine 101 with John Falcone

    Wine 101 with John Falcone

    John Falcone is our General Manager & Director of Winemaking at Gainey  He oversees all operations at the winery and provides crucial direction to the winemaking team.He began making wine in Santa Barbara County in 2001, following a 13-year winemaking stint in Napa Valley. Having garnered consistent critical acclaim for his wines over the years, John remains focused on “making wine in the vineyard.” We like to joke that he has a PhD in wine because his knowledge of wine runs a wide depth and breadth.

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  3. Wedding Inspiration at Gainey

    Wedding Inspiration at Gainey

    Wedding season is in full swing here at Gainey Vineyard. We love to see how different couples use our space and design the wedding of their dreams at our vineyard and barn locations. Here's a sampling of some of the recent weddings we've had the honor of hosting on our property.

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  4. From Farmer to Chemist: Harvest 2018

    From Farmer to Chemist: Harvest 2018

    Harvest has begun here at Gainey. It’s when we turn from farmers into chemists. For most of the year, we are farmers, ensuring the grapes have the best chance at growing successfully and creating premium fruit. Ample amounts of sunshine, water, soil amendment, pruning, and some good luck all play into it. But once the grapes are ready to be picked, we turn into scientists trying to manage the fermentation process, keep the pH levels correct, test for acidity, and more.

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