Making Wine Wine Club
Pacific Star Fault
Gray Whales Tides & Waves Our Weather
|"Tail End" of Gray Whale Migration Spring Wine Club Released Saturday Bonfire's Aug 12, Sept 9, Oct 21 Crab Feed Jan 13th|
traveled the globe & I' ve never encountered a place with such
& beauty, truly amazing!"
~ Greg, Peachtree City, Georgia
"You guys have a great gig out here!"
~ Arthur, Santa Rosa
"Look forward to visiting you every year.
You rock! Nor Cal's best kept secret!"
~ Paul & Betsy, Chico
|The imposing redwood and stone barn structure nestles into the cliff side, protected from crashing waves by a flat rock bench eroded over eons. The cellar is filled with French, Hungarian and American oak barrels and specialty equipment suited to handcrafted wine making. Highest quality grapes, open-top fermenters and a portable grape receiving system allow small lot premium winemaking with critical attention to detail. The unique location lets magical forces come into play; waves crash into sea caves under the cellar, naturally filtering wine from its sediment. Salt from sea air deposits on barrels accelerating osmosis while creating viscous and dense wines. A friendly and fun approach to wine tasting makes Paciifc Star an off-the-beaten path experience worth seeking out. Bring a picnic and a group of friends for a memorable day!|