Located in Santa Barbara County’s newest AVA, Ballard Canyon, Kimsey is known for its densely planted and meticulously farmed Syrah. The certified-organic, 25 acre vineyard was planted in 2008 and has developed an extremely impressive reputation in a short amount of time. The sandy-clay-loam and the low vine height lend themselves to concentrated fruit with awesome color and character. .
Whitehawk Vineyard is located in the Los Alamos Valley of northern Santa Barbara County. The 60 acre vineyard ranges from 900 to 1000 feet elevation and consists of primarily south-facing slopes. The soils are representative of the region’s oceanic history and are composed almost entirely of sand. Situated only 21 miles west of the ocean, Whitehawk is known for a relatively cooler climate with a gentle early morning fog. These cooler temperatures allow for great acidity that really shows through in viognier.
Nestled in a gentle north-facing slope on the western-most edge of the Santa Rita Hills. Influenced by a cool marine climate with foggy summer mornings and low afternoon temperatures. Diatomaceous Earth and sandy clay loam create extreme vine stress, promoting delicate yet concentrated flavors. Pinot noir through 2015 was produced using organically certified farming practices.
Located in an ancient river bed terrace, Coquelicot channels some of the coldest night time air in the Santa Ynez Valley AVA, allowing for great acid retention. Coquelicot is Organically Certified.
One the premeir vineyards in the Sta. Rita Hills AVA, Fiddlestix is iconic for beautiful Pinot Noir showcasing the regions best attributes.
A new addition to the 2018 vintage. This hidden Ballard Canyon vineyard is being sourced exclusively by Ground Truth. Beach sand soil and low yielding vines are sure to make a Syrah that lives up to the Ballard Canyon legacy.
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