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Cnagy Winery

Winemaking is my passion. Sharing that joy with others is my priority. I purchase from vineyards that exhibit the expression of Santa Maria Valley and Santa Barbara County. My goal is to bring the flavors of the vineyard experience directly to you in each glass. I’d love

Martian Ranch & Vineyard

An eclectic grower of Rhone and Spanish grape varieties, Martian Ranch & Vineyard is a biodynamically farmed Estate vineyard and winery. Martian Ranch is the creation of proprietor Nan Helgeland.  Our vineyards were planted in 2008, with the first Estate vintage in 2011.  Biodynamic vineyard

Foxen Vineyard & Winery

Bill Wathen and Dick Doré have been making wine together since 1985, when they founded FOXEN at the historic Rancho Tinaquaic in northern Santa Barbara County. Since that time, their dedication has remained the same – the creation of very small-production, vineyard-designated wines using

Presqu’ile Vineyard & Winery

Located in the heart of Santa Barbara County’s Santa Maria Valley, Presqu’ile (pronounced press-KEEL) is a small, family-run winery dedicated to making exceptional cool-climate Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Designed and planted to create a diverse tapestry of vineyard blocks, the sustainably certified, 73-acre

Rancho Sisquoc

At Rancho Sisquoc Winery we believe in crafting quality wines in small quantities. As one of the first wineries in the now famous Santa Barbara County wine region, we have been around long enough to know that great wine is born from a great vineyard.

Riverbench Vineyard & Winery

Riverbench Vineyard was established in 1973, when the first Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes were planted on the bank of the Sisquoc River, known as the Santa Maria Bench. For decades since then, some of the most renowned wineries have purchased Riverbench fruit for their

Cambria Estate Vineyards & Winery

Long before the Santa Maria Valley benchland was recognized as a great winegrowing region, the native Chumash Indians knew it as "tepuztli," meaning copper coin. Later, Spanish settlers translated the word as Tepusquet. As part of an 1837 Mexican land grant, "Rancho Tepusquet" was home