SeaGlass Chardonnay

Price: $1.65/ozABV: 14%

Our Chardonnay captures the cool-climate terroir of Santa Barbara County at its best. Stone fruit aromas segue to flavors of green apple and zesty citrus on the palate, framed by a lively, refreshing finish. This clean, un-oaked style of Chardonnay is elegant and lean—the perfect complement for light pastas, grilled fish or summer salads.

Chloe Rosé

Price: $1.65/ozABV: 14%

Chloe Central Coast Rosé is a dry, bright and delicious wine that is light and elegant in style. Delicate notes of fresh strawberries, raspberries and watermelon dance on the nose and palate, unfolding into a crisp and well-balanced wine with bright acidity and a refreshing finish.

La Vite Terre Siciliane Pinot

Price: $1.65/ozABV: 12%

Pleasant and delicate bouquet with hints of apple and fig. Fresh, dry and velvety, finishing on the palate with notes of almond

Coast & Barrel Pinot Noir

Price: $1.65/ozABV: 13%

Coastal fruit, Sonoma and Monterey, stainless steel fermentation, 9 day punch down, 90% barrel aged in French and American Oak, medium bodied with cherry and complex dark fruit flavors accented by gentle oak spice.

From the Tank Vin Rouge Red

Price: $1.65/ozABV: 15%

Personality: solar and Mediterranean! Garnet in the glass with shimmering highlights. Elegant notes of smoky red fruit, violet, sweet herb, and a note of baking chocolate. The palate is rich with ripe cherry and berry flavors, and a mineral note that is followed by supple acidity and velvety tannins. Expressive red with a great concentration of fruit, finishing with floral notes and a dash of black pepper.

Rickshaw Cabernet Sauvignon

Price: $1.65/ozABV: 14%

We like to take a pretty minimal approach to our winemaking. Tap into some great sources and make varietally true and focused wines. However, the one part where we get to really flex some skills is during the blending process. Sometimes we weave together as many as two dozen different lots selected for cooperage, oak age, vineyards, and vineyard blocks. In the case of our Cabernet Sauvignon, we even have the option of using small pieces of other Bordeaux varietals to make it just so. The winter of 2019-2020 produced average rainfall throughout most of Northern California, with the bulk of precipitation January through May. Spring temperatures were mild and warm with bud break about two weeks earlier than average across the northern part of the state. Temperatures during the summer were above average with few nights of fog and cloud cover in the more coastal regions. The month of September was perfect for grape ripening and harvest was quickly wrapped up in the second week of October.