Our Portfolio

Thee And Thou"El Rucio" Syrah/Grenache Santa Ynez
Syrah from California, United States
75% Syrah and 25% Grenache from the biodynamic Demetria Vineyard in Santa Ynez (sub-AVA of Santa Barbara). The vines (planted in 2005) are on steep, north-facing hillsides at elevations ranging from 1100-1450 feet, some of the highest in the region.  The wine was fermented whole-cluster and then...
Organic
DB6467-17
Clos Saron"Kind of Blue" Sierra Foothills
Syrah from California, United States
Fifty-two percent old-vine Carignan, forty percent Syrah, five percent Cabernet Sauvignon, three percent Semillon. Crushed by foot and fermented whole-cluster.  120 cases produced. 
Organic
DB5151-16
Calder Wine Co.Petite Sirah Rutherford Napa Valley
Syrah from California, United States
In most cases, the structure of the Petite Sirah grape creates a full bodied wine that brings out more tannin than balance. With a gentitler extraction and earlier picking time, the grape's acidity is preserved and gives the wine a more perfumed complexity which complements the wine’s full bodied...
Organic
DB6919-16
Frenchtown FarmsRosé "Cecelia" Sierra Foothills
Syrah from California, United States
25% Sauvignon Blanc, 75% Syrah. Renaissance Vineyard. SB is stomped and the Syrah is direct pressed into the skins and stems of the SB. Pressed again after a few days of skin contact and then fermented in tank. Aged in Neutral French Puncheons for 8 months. 22ppm SO2 added before Assemblage in tank...
Organic
DB5193-19
Frenchtown FarmsSyrah "19 Harts" Renaissance Vineyard
Syrah from California, United States
95% Syrah 5% Roussanne from Renaissance Vineyard - North Yuba 13.1% whole cluster foot-stomped, aged in neutral French oak for 18 months This was Aaron and Cara's first year farming the vines at Renaissance and they got very low yields and picked early due to intense animal pressure. Bottled with...
Organic
DB5167-17
Edmunds St. JohnSyrah "North Canyon Road"
Syrah from California, United States
The Syrah comes from two vineyards off of North Canyon Road in El Dorado County. 65% from Fenaughy vineyard (volcanic soils) and 35% from Barsotti (decomposed granite). Aged in old wood. 

DB6589-15
Pence Vineyards & WinerySyrah "Sebastiano Vineyard" Santa Rita Hills
Syrah from California, United States
Fermented entirely as whole-cluster in a 4-ton concrete fermenter and then aged for 2 years in a 581 gallon foudre. 312 cases produced. 
Organic
DB6073-16
Clos SaronSyrah "Stone Soup"
Syrah from California, United States
At about 2000 feet altitude, this vineyard is located about one mile up the hill from Gideon and Saron's home, on their friends John and Ellen Trezevant’s property. This Syrah’s expression is strongly individual: lighter than most in body and alcohol, it has very deep color, vibrant acidity, and...
Biodynamic
DB0759-16
Sky VineyardsSyrah Mount Veeder Napa Valley
Syrah from California, United States
From 2.5 acres planted at 2100 feet in volcanic soils way up on Mount Veeder, Sky produces tiny amounts of this unique Syrah. Hand-harvested, manually crushed with a 100-year old basket press, and aged in 1-10 year old French oak barrels.
Organic
DB7156-14
Jolie-LaideSyrah North Coast
Syrah from California, United States
The first vintage experimenting with 100% Syrah, grapes were planted on two vineyards (Halcon and Hawkes Butte) both at high elevation. Unlike the Halcon Vineyard, the Hawks Butte Vineyard is made up of rocky soils on a south facing slope. Grapes are left on stems, crushed by foot and fermented...
Organic
DB3182-18
La Clarine FarmSyrah Sumu Kaw Vineyard Sierra Foothills
Syrah from California, United States
Sumu Kaw is an exemplary Syrah vineyard. The elements of elevation (3000 feet), location (in the middle of a pine forest), exposition (ridge-top) and soil composition (deep volcanic loam) come together here in a nearly perfect combination. With thoughtful farming and careful treatment in the cellar...

DB7831-17
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La Clarine FarmSyrah/Viognier "TCB"
Syrah from California, United States
There are few combinations in the wine world better than Syrah and Viognier. The two grapes love the same climate, soils, and possibly each other. Something magical and unexpected happens when you let the two loose in the fermenters. The sum is (almost) always greater than the parts. Here we have...
Organic
DB9250-18