Handcrafted Estate Grown Wines
defined by quality since 1994
We are Committed to Biodynamic Farming
Biodynamic farming is organic farming, and then some. We go beyond organic farming by treating the farm as a living organism: self-contained, self-sustaining, and following the cycles of nature. We do not use herbicides, insecticides, pesticides, or nitrogen based fertilizer on our vineyards.Learn more
From Los Olivos to the White House
Good wine comes from good grape juice — that comes from good grapes, that comes from great plants, that grew on the right soil — all nurtured by the vision, passion and dreams of a family.
We craft wines that leave an impression. Enjoy our wine on its own to appreciate its complexity, or pair with great food to enhance the experience and heighten your satisfaction.
Our club members enjoy our best wine selections shipped right to their doorstep as well as early access to our new vintages!
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Beckmen Vineyards consists of two separate vineyards with dramatically different soils and climates. We have created two maps of each of our vineyards to help our customers better understand how our wines were crafted. One version of the maps shows the various plantings of varietal clones and rootstocks, the other version lists the final wine the grapes are sourced for. These maps were just updated in February 2020.
We were proud to continue supporting the farm workers and their families of Santa Barbara County’s wine industry, Direct Relief International, and Community Health Centers at the 11th Santa Barbara Wine Auction! As a table host — and previous sponsor — we loved seeing how our community can rise together to help those in need, specifically when it comes to healthcare services.
Watch videos of winemaker Steve Beckmen presenting the four new wines released in the first quarter of 2020: 2018 PMV Chardonnay, 2018 Estate Grenache, 2018 Cuvee le Bec, and 2017 TLB.