We were excited to hear that Rich Mauro of the Colorado Springs Gazette included our wines as his top Slow Wine recommendations to drink in preparation of Slow Food Nation, Slow Wine’s highly anticipated travelling foodie festival, hitting Denver this July.
Jul 9, 2019 In: Press
Jul 3, 2019 In: Press
Our 2018 Purisima Mountain Vineyard Grenache Rosé was just selected as a top Californian Rosé in the Forbes article, American Rosé: Pink, Patriotic and Pleasing! We are proud to say we have been making our Grenache Rosé since 1995 and that it plays an integral part of our portfolio.
Jun 28, 2019 In: Press
Dive deeper into our biodynamic farming philosophy and see reviews of our latest wine releases as you read Allison Levine’s latest article in the Napa Valley Register.
May 20, 2019 In: Press
We are honored to see our 2018 PMV Grenache Rosé selected as VinePair’s #4 choice of The 25 Best Rosé Wines of 2019, an international list of the most mouthwatering Rosés in the world. Even better? We were listed as the top Rosé from the U.S.!
May 19, 2019 In: Press
Tom Marquardt and Patrick Darr, the journalists and wine reviewers behind More About Wine, recently tasted our newest vintage of rosé. Follow the link below to discover how the rosé industry has changed over the years and to read their review of our 2018 Purisima Mountain Vineyard Grenache Rosé.
May 14, 2019 In: Press
Wine critics Tom Marquardt and Patrick Darr recently wrote an article about this underrated grape, first published in the Capital Gazette and later picked up by the Los Angeles Times. Discover which vintage of Purisima Mountain Vineyard Grenache they included in their round-up of recommended Grenache wines in “Wine, etc.: Grenach is an underrated wine you should try”.
May 9, 2019 In: Press
When Chris Chamberlain — noted drink, food, and travel writer for Conde Nast Traveler, Food Network, Thrillist, and more - included our 2018 PMV Grenache Rosé and 2017 Cuvee le Bec in his Nashville Scene article, “California Wines Rule My World”, we were thrilled!
May 1, 2019 In: Wine 101
Spring is an exciting time at our estate vineyards, as the vines wake up from their winter dormancy and new growth begins to flourish. This year was especially stunning due to the record rainfall Santa Barbara County received in the winter months, creating lush cover crops and abundant weeds. Discover what we’re up to in the vineyards and winery this time of year in the video below.