Welcome to our Broken Earth Selection of wines
Please choose from one of our Range of wines.
Subtle in the nose, this wine begins with hints of umami characteristics (think savory, fresh baked bread) that stems from it’s most traditional méthode Champenoise production. With a light swirl, careful not to disturb the bubbles -- a plush wave of strawberry fruit rolls through. But don’t wait too long for that initial sip, the vivacious explosion of even more strawberries, bubbles, and texture allows a person to understand the passion that goes into the making of a sparkling wine.
Once the cork is popped, ever so quietly of course, a myriad of dark rich fruit aromas burst from the glass. We normally recommend a few seconds of bouquet appreciation before the first sip, but for this wine, we just can’t wait. Texture and bubbles galore, with ever-lingering cherry, licorice, and red currant leave this wine a little hard to comprehend, but we know you can handle it.
Once consumed, this wine dillydallies on the palate with no particular place to go.
This wine has a generous mouth feel and being harvested ripe, it shows great length of flavor. It is quite complex with a number of fruit layers that unfold as it breathes in the glass.
This 2014 vintage is a bit of a ‘beast’. The fruit was very ripe, due to the drought conditions leading up to harvest, and demanded a range of winemaking techniques to keep it in balance. It underwent barrel fermentation, partial malolactic fermentation and extended lees contact.
This wine has a floral, perfumed bouquet with a hint of citrus and green melon. It presents with a character akin to elderberry with the perfume lift of the nose carrying through the palate.
Our Albarino is a ‘Californian’ approach where classic characters are complemented by powerful fruit and great length.
Grenache Blanc has its heritage firmly planted in the Rhone Valley and like many varieties from this region it has found a home on the rolling hills of Paso Robles.
This is the first release of our Estate Grown Vermentino. The variety originates in Italy but excels on the slopes of the “Golden Hills” of Paso Robles.
ALBARIÑO - Being one of the newer plantings on the vineyard, the Albariño is starting to come into it’s own, as 2016 shows to be the best vintage to date. Although this varietal can withstand the warm days of the Paso Robles growing season, it needs to be precisely picked on the optimal day. Picking too soon can lead to lack of flavor, or if left on the vine too long, the acids can quickly drop out.