The Santa Barbara mountains may be windy and cool, but you can taste a hint of warm California sunshine in every sip. This vibrant red is laced with dark cherry, orange peel, and a whisper of oak—not unlike a cherry cola. If pairing wines isn’t one of your superpowers, follow the encouraging lead of our sommelier who says “it’s impossible to go wrong” with this light-bodied bottle.
“This wine is all about the luscious, velvety, and juicy side of Pinot Noir.”
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25 Members have left reviews!
Posted by Margaret from BLUE BELL, Pennsylvania
Posted by Sara from LOS ANGELES, California
Just right. Not too fruity. Light and tasty.
Posted by Chris from OLEY, Pennsylvania
This wine is really good! I've been looking for a lower sugar wine with a good taste and i've found it!
Posted by Mary from Bronx , New York
Posted by Kristina from SAN FRANCISCO, California
Decent wine for the price
Posted by 48 from SANDPOINT, Idaho
We like this wine for many reasons. It tastes great, smooth, light bodied and easy to drink. It’s from California Central Coast where it’s organically grown without pesticides and hand harvested with no added sugars. Great price and prompt delivery.
Posted by Philip from Lake Crystal, Minnesota
Not to my personal taste
Posted by Amanda from San Francisco, California
I'm not very critical of wine, but I wasn't a fan of this. It was super light. My husband drank the case though with no complaints.
Kind of disappointed
Posted by Lisa from Massena, New York
Pinot noir is my usual my go-to. I found the texture a bit thin and the taste lacking. Nowhere on the bottle does it state organically grown grapes.