Pence Ranch Sta. Rita Hills Estate Pinot Noir 2018
*A house favorite finally returns with a new vintage. This is a Pinot Noir with more focus on the fruit aspect with alluring aromas of strawberry preserves, plump and ripe red cherries, roses, fresh hibiscus, lightly toasted baking spices, incense and sandalwood. Medium-bodied with a silky roundness, it finishes with a hint limestone minerality and a light-handed grip of tannins. This vintage blends a balance of intoxicating aromas, elegance, and richness of fruit*

Black Sheep Finds “Café Society” Red Blend 2017
*A GSM blend from one of our favorite producers in the Santa Barbara region. A blend of 43% Mourvèdre, 34% Grenache and 23% Syrah. This combination of grapes gives off a darker, brambly mix of fleshy black cherry, raspberry, and juicy wild blackberry notes, along with some undergrowth, pepper, clove, chalky soft stones, and a refreshing acidity. The medium-light body along with the acidity and darker berry profile makes this a great transition wine for the fall season*

Martin Texier “Le Preyna” 2019
*A natural wine from the Ardèche region of southern France, made with 75% Cinsault and 25% Grenache, indigenous yeast and no sulfur additions. Light and fresh in style with crunchy red fruits like wild cherry, pomegranate, splashes of blue fruits, sandalwood, dried leather, forest floor, and violets. Medium-light bodied with dusty tannins, wet earth, concrete, blue cheese funkiness, and a tangy-salty finish*

Domaine Santamaria “Tranoi” Rouge 2016
*Corsica is one of those island wine-producing regions that is still flying under the radar, showcasing a blend of French, Italian, and indigenous varieties with a mix of flavors akin to both France and Italy. This Corsican red is a blend of 80% Grenache and 20% Niellucciu. It features notes of strawberry, plum skin, and quince paste, with layers of savory sweet spices, blueberries, salty stones and chalky tannins in the finish…a lot of delicious nuances in this wine*