2019 Rosé de Syrah
This single-vineyard wine was grown and tended with love in the hills of Rancho Santa Fe, California. Hot days, tempered at night by cool ocean breezes, make a perfect climate for growing grapes. The wine is an earnest expression of this exclusive Southern California region.
Tasting Notes: Dry, fresh and floral. Expect notes of strawberries, white roses, soft pepper and beautiful acidity. This rose drinks wonderfully well by itself or paired with chicken, fish or vegetable dishes.
This exclusive red wine is 100% Syrah from a single vineyard in the hills of Rancho Santa Fe, California. It’s microclimate thrives on cool nighttime breezes from the nearby Pacific Ocean, and long hot days in the sun. Cultivated and harvested entirely by hand, it is an expression of stellar grapes and a tribute to its rich agricultural region.
Tasting Notes: Dry yet approachable, this Syrah gives notes of ripe cherries, vanilla, spiced plum, and toast. It combines a vibrant bouquet of fruit with soft tannins and balanced acidity.
EXCLUSIVE SINGLE VINEYARD ESTATE WINE
We have been growing grapes and making wine from our family-owned vineyard estate in beautiful Rancho Santa Fe, CA, since 2016. Only 400 bottles of our single-vineyard estate wine are produced per year. Ours is a boutique vineyard in a microclimate, located only 5 miles from the Pacific Ocean in San Diego County. You will not find our wine in stores. Our wine is sold exclusively here online and cannot be found anywhere else in the world. What you will experience in the bottle is the manifestation of dreams and a natural expression of our love for the land.
Amber on wine making: “Wine is a magical combination of ripe fruit, the farmer’s intention, the soil and climate where it grows, and the love it is given from harvest to bottle.”
“The wine is amazing! I live in the Northern California wine country and it was fun to try something new from SoCal. Plus I love being able to support black-owned businesses and women like Amber, who is committed to her craft.”
Ed Troxell, a longtime resident of Santa Rosa, California