Our niche is balanced wine made from grapes that are native to Spain.  We make 100% of our wines from grapes that we grow and buy, both locally and from some of the best wine growing regions in California.

Current Offerings:

2017 Albarino - 12.5% - Estate Grown, Highland Valley, San Diego County.  Medium gold, citrus and mineral on the nose, medium to full bodied on the palate, love that Albarino Acidity ! The fruit/acid  balance is “spot-on” perfect with bright, zesty, crispness and a lovely long finish.  Perfect pairing with diver scallops and drawn butter. Enjoy now! $25

2017 Rosado. 13.0% San Diego County.  75% Grenache, 25% Syrah.  Notes of strawberry and flowers complement this dry Rose's balanced acidity and lush fruity mouthfeel.  Perfect when chilled and enjoyed as a poolside sipper. $22

2016 Pinot noir. 13.9% Escolle Vineyard, Santa Lucia Highlands. Rosey red color with intense cherry, dried flowers and musk. Lovely fruit/acid balance with round tannins lingering on the midpalate. $45

2016 Grenache. 13.7% Estate Grown. San Diego County.  Bowl full of cherries with notes of clove and dried flowers. Round tannins on the midpalate.  Long spicy finish with bright fruit forward acidity.  25% New American Oak.  $30

2015 Syrah. 13.5% Orfila Vineyard, San Pasqual Valley, San Diego County.  Medium bodied with ample tannins, this American Oak driven wine has aromas of cedar with dark lingering fruit on the midpalate.  Great with Barbecue!  $30

2016 Tempranillo 13.5% Estate Grown, Highland Valley, San Diego County.  Plum, tobacco and leather with round tannins and smooth finish.  Full bodied and spicy, this wine complements the best steak you can grill.  22 Months in 50% new Hungarian Oak. $35

15360 Bandy Canyon Rd.

Escondido, CA 92025


(619) 772-0156

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