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Duvarita is six miles from the Pacific Ocean, making it one of the closest to the ocean in Santa Barbara County. Biodynamically grown grapes, meticulous winemaking and a combination of three Dijon clones planted on deep sandy soils make for a wine that captures both vintage and site.

2019 Pinot Noir, Duvarita Vineyard, Santa Barbara County

  • Blackberry and plum, turned earth, leather and musk fill the nose. Soft
    delicate dark fruit and fine tannin fill out the elegant palate.


    • 100% Duvarita Vineyard, biodynamic farming
    • 100 cases produced
    • Clones: 50% -115; 50% -667
    •  Marina sandy loam soils with clay
    • Picked: 9/4/19
    • 15% Whole Cluster
    • Six–eight day cold soak
    • 100% Neutral Oak
    • 15 months aging on lees
    • No fining or filtration
    • Basket press
    • Gravity movements
    • 100% Duvarita Vineyard
    • 100 cases produced


    Alc. 13.2% | pH 3.55 | Total Acid: 6.1g/l

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