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Longoria Wines

Established in 1982, Longoria Wines is a small family owned winery producing acclaimed artisanal wines from some of the finest vineyards in Santa Barbara County. Pioneer winemaker Rick Longoria has been involved in the local wine industry since 1976. His wines are distinctive for their

Kessler-Haak Vineyard & Wines

Life is about the journey. For us, that journey involves wine and its incredible ability as a medium to capture the essence of its origin—the vineyard. Through our wines, we strive to express the uniqueness and beauty of place and to capture—for a moment—all that

Domaine de la Côte

Domaine de la Côte is a collection of five vineyards in the far western reaches of the Sta. Rita Hills, seven miles from the Pacific Ocean. Here in Santa Barbara County, California, our vineyards negotiate a landscape narrated by faults and folds. In this moment

Montemar

Montemar's mottis is "Serious Wine, Serious Fun." Focusing on the great vineyards of Santa Barbara County, taste handcrafted wines in Lompoc's Wine Ghetto. Enjoy a 5,000 square foot patio of fun games.

Fiddlehead Cellars

Over 30 years, trailblazing owner-winemaker Kathy Joseph set off on a quest to pioneer once considered underdog wine varietals, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and our newly planted Gruner Veltliner to give them new life and present them with passion and flawless execution. At Fiddlehead we

Sandhi

Sandhi is a small production California winery focusing on select vineyards from the Sta. Rita Hills in Santa Barbara County. Sandhi was founded in 2010 by Rajat Parr, the wine director for Michael Mina Restaurants, and winemaker, Sashi Moorman. Sandhi represents a union essential to the

Sweetzer Cellars

Inspired by a summer trip to France in 2008, we began making wine in a second story, white-carpeted apartment in West Hollywood. Blissfully unaware of the challenges facing us, we hauled Cabernet grapes from Napa and Sonoma. We crushed in the carport, fermented in the

Temperance Cellars

​Founded in 2012, Temperance Cellars pays homage to Lompoc's founding as a Temperance Colony in 1874. Even though the founders of Lompoc may have envisioned a place where alcohol was banned, Mother Nature had her way instead as Santa Barbara County was found to have