Growing Great Wines Since 1994
Biodynamically Farmed, Family-Owned and Operated.
From Los Olivos to the White House
Great wine is grown in great vineyards. When the right soil, the right plants, and the right people come together, powerful, original, unforgettable flavors emerge. Our vineyards are our home, and our family has focused on growing great wine here since 1994. We don’t chase the latest trends, because our family believes in traditional winemaking, farming in harmony with nature, and creating memorable, artisanal wines that express the character of our incredible vineyards.
Our members enjoy our best wine selections shipped right to their doorstep as well as early access to our new vintages!
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
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Discover more about the five new wines released to our members in September 2022: 2021 Purisima Mountain Vineyard Grenache Blanc, 2021 Santa Ynez Valley Grenache, 2020 Barrel Select Cuvee, 2020 Purisima Mountain Vineyard Syrah Clone #1, and 2021 EXP Syrah Rosé.
For nearly twenty years, we have opened our cellar doors every fall for a rare opportunity to taste a limited selection of our small production red wines still aging in oak barrels during our annual Futures program. This year, we will host two Futures tasting events at our Los Olivos winery and have tasting flights available to be shipped directly to you.
Steve Beckmen has broken down the complex subject biodynamic agriculture into five essential tenets. Each of these aspects is fundamental to biodynamic farming. A closed system of fertility, biodiverse land, BD preps, the biodynamic calendar, and holistic thinking are all key ingredients in the biodynamic method. Each of these is a technique to foster an environment that stays connected with nature for the good of your crop.