Indulging in your weekly on-screen guilty pleasure, toasting to a delicious meal you prepared with your significant other, or just appreciating the aroma of that wine swirl on days that end in y, the best wines should be a nice complement to everyday life. That’s why we’ve created an entire family of wines you can uncork anytime, anywhere.
California is filled with beautiful and unique wine-growing regions, but none quite as exciting as the High Valley AVA. It sits at over 1,600 to 3,000 feet above sea level with a ring of mountains surrounding a volcanic valley. Back in the 1870s, High Valley created a name for itself as one of California’s largest wine producing regions before Prohibition. When viticulture came to a standstill during Prohibition, the valley was reworked for crops such as walnuts and prunes. Now, High Valley is home to some of the most intriguing winemaking in California. But what exactly makes it one of the most unique growing regions?
Bourbon and wine are two inherently different concoctions but of the same artisanal, American origin. And from the emerald rows that stretch across Lake Country, we've created something that is true to who we are and we are extremely excited to share it with you. Now, the grain and grape are converging in a winemaking practice taking wine cellars by storm — Bourbon barrel-aged wine.