Ron Piazza has been in the hospitality industry his entire adult life. A successful restaurateur for many decades, he is a gardener at heart - he likes to plant the seeds, grow something, and see the results. Every once in a while, he
Carhartt Vineyard is a family owned and operated vineyard and winery located in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley. The original ten acre vineyard was planted in 1996 by Mike and Brooke Carhartt on the historic Rancho Santa Ynez property that has been in the family
Hand Crafted, Family Run, Boutique Winery focusing on ultra premium vineyards and wines from Santa Barbara County. Quality over quantity is our company standard while partnering with predominately organic and biodynamic vineyards. We make 15 different varietals and focus on many different unique blends as
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.
Nestled in an oak tree-studded 40-acre vineyard located in the heart of Santa Barbara County, Roblar Winery and Vineyards reflects the spirit of Santa Ynez Valley- rustic, authentic, and bold. Our philosophy is to foster a unique visitor experience of bringing together great wine, great
Nestled in picturesque Ballard Canyon in the center of Santa Ynez Valley, amidst oak-studded rolling hills lies Rusack Vineyards, a boutique vineyard and winery dedicated to growing top-quality grapes and producing outstanding handcrafted wines.
In this small operation, the wines truly are made by hand,
Hitching Post Wines are made by Frank Ostini, chef/owner of the Hitching Post II, and Gray Hartley, a former commercial fisherman. Starting in 1979 with one barrel in their garage, over the years they have made Hitching Post Wine at Au Bon Climat/Qupe, Central Coast
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
Stolpman Vineyards focuses on estate grown Syrah and Sangiovese among several other varietals. In addition to the classic Stolpman style, the lighter-bodied line of wines under the "Stolpman So Fresh" label are made without Sulfur using low-extraction Carbonic fermentation. The Combe label, our partnership with
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