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The Valley Project

We love wine, and we believe that Santa Barbara is one of the best places on Earth to grow and make it. This project is our love letter to Santa Barbara’s wine country. Born out of a desire showcase the County’s incredibly diverse Viticultural Areas, we

Firestone Vineyard

Firestone is located in a unique cusp region. We have a “Goldilocks” climate that is neither too hot nor too cold. Our moderate temperatures and extremely long growing season enable us to successfully grow a staggering range of grape varieties. Our red wines have their origins in

Sevtap Winery

As a small producer, and family business, we enjoy and cherish our time with our family and friends. Sometimes our time together is while bottling the next vintage or working the tasting room, other times we get to enjoy cooking at home with our kids,

Margerum Wine Company

Located just off State Street a block from Santa Barbara’s waterfront, Margerum Wine Company offers tastings of our renowned Rhône varietals, Sauvignon Blanc, and Rosé in our stunning new tasting room or heated patio. Our tasting room, along with our chandelier-lit barrel room and 20

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.

Kaena Wines

Established in 2001, Kaena Wine Co has been specializing on truly-handcrafted vineyard-designate Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre and Sauvignon Blanc. Hawaiian born winemaker, Mikael Sigouin has been named one of the most promising winemakers by Wine Spectator. Come in and try our ultra premium wines - Aloha!

Santa Barbara Winery

Established in 1962 it is the oldest winery in Santa Barbara County and was the first since prohibition which ended in the early 1930s. There were no vineyards, the closest over 100 miles away in San Luis Obispo County to the north. Today there are

Gainey Vineyard

The Gainey family has been farming in the Santa Ynez Valley for 60 years. Their three ranches are located in two of Santa Barbara County’s most esteemed appellations: the Santa Ynez Valley and the Sta. Rita Hills. Each ranch offers a unique combination of soil