Santa Rita Hills Organic Wine
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Strange Family Vineyards produces exceptional Santa Rita Hills Wine featuring Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from our estate in the famed Santa Rita Hills AVA of Santa Barbara County.
Our small-batch organic wines are carefully crafted by our award-winning winemakers, Steve Clifton, Joey Tensley and Zac Wasserman.
Our vision is to craft exceptional wines that embrace the distinctness of our region—wines to be enjoyed amongst family and friends, during special occasions or for no occasion at all. We encourage you to open a bottle and join in the everyday celebration of life.
Bright white cherry attracts the nose and palate. Wild strawberry melds interestingly with pink grapefruit—both are subtle and restrained. A lingering Pomelo finish. Clean, bright, and a favorite amongst friends!
Aromas of lemon bar and basil are met by doughy baked bread. On the palate, a smooth yeast compliments the initial note allowing for a lasting clean finish.
Crusty baked bread dominates the initial aromas. A fragrance of citrus and white peach merge with lemon thyme and a hint of basil. On the palate, gooseberries and leche nut complement each other to a lingering finish.
Deep, dark aromas of black berry and black cherry mingle with hints of morel mushroom. Black plum skin and plum flesh mix on the pallet along with a lingering mushroom earthiness. The brightness and clarity of the fruit remind one of Spring. This wine yearns for pairings of fresh sautéed local mushrooms or roasted lamb dishes.
A family favorite—like summer in a glass. Bright aromas of clean peaches and fresh cut strawberries. Racy acidity on the palate with a surprising and delightful tang.
Light mint and fresh rosemary blend with plum, blackberry, and strawberry notes.
An intriguing salinity lingers with anjou pear flavors and white peach. With the grapes left on the lees for 3 years, this is truly an extraordinary wine.
On the palate, fresh meyer lemon and Thai basil linger over a raw almond finish. A true "Chablisienne" river pebble-like minerality persists throughout.