Our Winemaker, Chris Cameron, has designed a program “The Limited Release range” produced from small, individual parcels of fruit, each with their own personality, that display distinctive varietal character. As the name suggests, they are limited in quantity and may differ in style (& availability ) from vintage to vintage and are only available through our Wine Club, Tasting Room and our website.
With aromas of fresh cut grass and tropical fruit, this Portuguese varietal offers balanced botanical and acidic flavors on the palate. Pair with seafoods like oysters, scallops, or pan-seared tilapia.
The 2018 Rosé is a game changer for Broken Earth. It is both modern and “old world” in style, the hue and freshness representative of a Rosé de Provence produced in the, comparatively speaking, “new world” wine region of Paso Robles.
The texture of this wine could be described as extremely rich, considering this white wine has not undergone malolactic fermentation. The winemaker has only one thing to say about this Verdelho: “It has a subtle smell to palate explosion!”
This variety originates in Italy but excels on the slopes of the "Golden Hills" of Paso Robles. An initial aroma of pear, followed swiftly by cantaloupe melon, pineapple and honeysuckles, finishing with a very ripe and sweet candy fragrance.
This 2017 vintage delivers apricot and coconut aromas in a balanced mixture that begs to be tasted. There is a touch of phenolic drying that gives way to pear skin and more apricot. A fresh and crisp finish brings the taste to an end.
Being one of the newer plantings on the vineyard, the Albariño is starting to come into its 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.
Violet and red, but slightly transparent, this is a luscious red wine to lust after. This is an intense wine that is rich and complex with tannic characteristics. It would pair perfectly with a beef or vegetable stew.
This Grenache pairs best with a juicy prime rib, a side of steamed artichoke with warm butter, some boneless spare ribs, or a pasta with a rich white sauce. This wine matures beautifully with age, so store some bottles for your cellar and a few for enjoying for now.