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The 2015 Sauvignon Blanc exhibits a vivid varietal character that is rooted in our estate Margarita Vineyard. Here, amid one of the Paso Robles region’s coolest growing environments, the Sauvignon Blanc grape achieves a fine balance of ripeness and raciness, with crisp acidity and appealing mineral accents.
Chardonnay may not be a prominent grape variety in Paso Robles, but it nevertheless excels at our estate Margarita Vineyard. As the southernmost vineyard in the Paso Robles region, Margarita Vineyard is located 14 miles from the ocean and just over the hill from the Edna Valley, which is known as one of California’s premier Chardonnay appellations. The 2014 Chardonnay comes specifically from Block 26, one of Margarita Vineyard’s coolest spots. The result is something you might not expect—a deliciously authentic Chardonnay with Paso Robles on the label.
The new release 2015 Rosé is a perfect springtime sipper—crisp and refreshing, just like the season itself. This dry wine was made wholly from Pinot Noir grown on Block 34 at our estate Margarita Vineyard, at one of the vineyard’s coolest locations. The fruit was whole-cluster pressed to capture pure fruit freshness, then cold fermented to preserve delicate aromatics and vibrant flavors. It was then cold-aged in stainless steel tanks to maintain its crisp character.
Pinot Noir from Paso Robles is rare, but so is Block 33 at our estate Margarita Vineyard, where a notch in the surrounding peaks provides a funnel for brisk marine air. This, in turn, creates one of the coolest growing spots in the region, allowing for the type of long, moderate season that is ideal for Pinot Noir.
Merlot excels at our estate Margarita Vineyard and has been a mainstay in our small family of wines since day one. Here, ancient sea bed soils combine with a long growing season to yield a Merlot with silky dark fruit flavors and a luscious texture, resulting in what has become one of the Paso Robles region’s most notable Merlots.