2013 Dark Secret   $36

(Central Coast Blend) Smooth and elegant, this blend of 80% Cab and 20% Valley View Syrah constantly evolves in the glass.

2013 Zinfandel   $32

(Paso Robles) Made in a more restrained style to keep the alcohols in check delivering more fruit and spice.

2012 Petite Sirah   $34

(Paso Robles) Inky dark, with layers of black fruit and dark plum, this wine tastes as pretty as it looks.

2012 Syrah   $29

(Edna Valley) Smooth texture and dark fruit with a pronounced “spiciness” expected from a cool climate Syrah. Well-structured wine like this one pair with an amazing variety of food.

2013 Pinot Noir   $57

(Edna Valley) Aromas of red fruit with a hint of spice and sometimes a whiff of mushroom are classic characteristics of Pinot Noir. Elegant and subtle!

2012 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve   $38

(Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara) Three years in French Oak (40% new) this wine will age for many years, but is great now!

2012 Mourvédre Reserve   $37

(Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara) An extra year in neutral oak yielded a silky smooth mouth feel while still showing the "classic flavors" of earth and smoke over a layer of dark fruit.

2013 Malbec   $36

(Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara) Smooth, dark, loads of fruit, a delicious alternative to Cabernet.

2012 Barrel Select Grenache   $31

(Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara) We barrel aged this small lot for 3 years to make a smoother, more complex wine!

2012 Valley View Syrah   $37

(Santa Ynez Valley) Lovely black fruit, hints of spice and a long finish combine to make this a favorite. Pairs with everything from BBQ to hard cheese.

2012 Mourvèdre   $33

(Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara) You may not have heard of it but you will remember Mourvèdre... earthy, smoky, with a layer of dark fruit. With age the wine will develop complexity that will keep you wanting more.

2012 GMS Central Coast Blend   $33

(Central Coast) Always a popular wine in the tasting room, this blend of Grenache, Mourvèdre, and Syrah takes the legal term "red table wine" and elevates it to the honorable place it deserves. Put this red wine blend on your table and see for yourself.