The number Eleven is universally known to enter everyone’s life from time to time. Whether you look at the clock at 11:11 more often than just by chance, or happen to see it consistently wherever you go. It is said that if you are seeing the number 11 in this way, you are a person seeking balance. Seeking balance in your workload, seeking balance in your home life, and, yes, even in your wine. This blend is to evoke balance in all aspects of a glass of wine.
Our infatuation with west side Paso Robles Syrah, the 99 Steps is a small lot selection of our best Syrah barrels from each vintage
The Roesé is named for owners Tracie and Mike Roesbery, who first dreamed of this winery all the way back in 2014.
In its first edition, the Last of 5 pays homage to one of the oldest Rhone grapes to find its way to California. Originally known as Black Malvasia, Cinsault dates all the way back to the 19th century in California and has very unique characteristics that make it very enjoyable as a single varietal.
Joy in the Middle is named after our middle sister, Erin Joy Nenow. Erin is the self-described “black sheep” of the family, yet is one of the kindest and most loving souls you’ll ever meet. In working with Mourvedre, its resilience, perseverance, and unique nature was a perfect parallel between the wine and the person.