Being from the northern end of the Highlands, Fogstone Vineyard was originally called Lucia Highlands Vineyard before it was updated to the slightly more descriptive name after its foggy mornings and stony loam soils.
Both Brosseau and Graham Family vineyards are quite singular – they produce distinctly unique wines very different from the wines we are best known for from the Santa Lucia Highlands and Santa Rita Hills. Read Certified Sommelier Ryan Smith’s analysis and history of these two special wines.
From Bill Brosseau, Testarossa Director of Winemaking 2019 vintage offered a very generous winter with above average rain, and even snow in some of our high altitude sites. This led to a slight delay in budbreak, of which is a good thing for avoiding spring freezes and ensuring the vines got enough ‘sleep.’ As [...]
The two Central Coast vineyards, Rosemary’s Vineyard in the Arroyo Grande Valley AVA and La Rinconada Vineyard in the Santa Rita Hills have tended to fly under the radar. Find out why you should care about these wines!
You now know why proper storage is important, but in practice, how should you go about doing this?
Whether you only have a few bottles or a massive wine collection, proper storage conditions are a must if you want to age or store your wine and discover the delights of a properly aged wine. Learn here how.
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Our favorite way to enjoy our premier Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs is by sharing them with our members at our various Club Events throughout the year.