Strange Family Vineyards produces exceptional Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from our estate in the famed Santa Rita Hills AVA of Santa Barbara County.
Our small-batch 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.
Exotic aromas of passion fruit and lychee are surrounded by a white lily freshness. On the palate a surprising weight comes into play.
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.
Sweet aromas of white and yellow peach are surrounded by purple basil and hibiscus. The grapes were left on the lees for three years, creating a truly extraordinary wine.
Hints of currant and mocha mingle. On the palate the black plum flavors mix with cherry and pomegranate. An iron-like quality grounds the fruit with old-world style.
On the palate, fresh meyer lemon and Thai basil linger over a raw almond finish. A true "Chablisienne" river pebble-like minerality persists throughout.
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.