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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

Seagrape Wine Company

From the Seacoast to your Table We admit it – we’re sea-folk. Whether ancestrally hailing from islands, living on an island, or plying the waters of our own Channel Islands here in Santa Barbara County, we’re drawn to the sea. Now long-time dropouts from the corporate

McKinney Family Vineyards

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

Holus Bolus & Joy Fantastic

Holus Bolus and The Joy Fantastic are owned and operated by husband and wife team Peter Hunken and Amy Christine MW. Each year we grow and produce exceptional Syrah, Pinot Noir, and Chardonnay from our 5 acre estate vineyard, The Joy Fantastic. The vineyard site is

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

Stolpman Vineyards

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

Dierberg & Star Lane Vineyards

Founded in 1996, owners Jim and Mary Dierberg started this project with the intent of creating World-Class wines from three different AVA's in Santa Barbara County. They began by planting vineyards in both Santa Maria Valley and at the beautiful Star Lane Ranch in Happy

Au Bon Climat

From the beginning in 1982, Au Bon Climat winery was totally devoted to making classic, Burgundian-styled Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in Santa Barbara County. The convergence of cool, brisk Pacific air, marine-based soils, and east-west running valleys of the area provided an ideal place for