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Our tasting room is open Saturdays and Sundays, 11AM - 7PM.

Wine Pricing

Five, (1) Ounce Tastings… $15.00
Four Ounce Glass of Any Wine… $8.00
Mimosa by the Glass… $8  
Rosé Flight... $15
Charcuterie Board… $15.00
Food Ticket… $15.00
Water Bottle, Soda, Sparkling Water… $1

Sparkling Wine:


2019 Blanc De Noir


White Wine:

2019 Clairette Blanche $32
2019 Grenache Blanc $28
2018 Roussanne $33
2019 Guejito Summer $27
2018 Malvasia Bianca $33
2019 Chardonnay $33
2016 Chardonnay $32
2018 Viognier $30


2017 Rosé                   $30
2018 Rosé $28
2019 Rosé $34
Red Wine:  
2019 Cinsault $27
2018 Counoise $29
2016 Pinot Noir $35
2018 Grenache $34
2018 La Linterna $32
2015 Rockwood Rouge $33
2018 Sangiovese $36
2018 Mourvèdre $30
2017 Merlot $36
2015 Vineyard Rouge $28
2019 Syrah $35


2019 Blanc De Noir: This sparkling wine features an impressive first impression with perfectly ripened yellow pear and green apple, trailed by floral tones of lemon and white cherry blossom. Secondary hints of a light cheese rind character blends into dusty mineral notes. This wine is clean and bright, with a soft mouthfeel, and it's refreshing character will leave you wanting more!



2017 Rosé: Very pale gold in color, this Rosé is very lean and crisp. On the nose, you are greeted by a medley of citrus, blood orange, Meyer lemon and slightly tart nectarine flavors on the palate. The wine has an herbaceous side to it as well, with bay leaf and chopped sage aromas adding to its complexity. A lingering, almost chalky, mineral finish make this wine a joy to keep revisiting.


White Wine:

2019 Clairette Blanche: More melon driven than some past bottlings, this bright white has subtle citrus, lime, underripe mandarin, and notes of fresh green pear. This is a lively wine with an old-world charm. Saline, brie cheese, and light carnation-like floral elements make this an optimal seafood pairing. It’s also delicious on its own, perfect for a sunny day or poolside event.

2018 Roussanne: Round and rich on the nose, showing some underripe tropical fruit and melon, followed by honeydew, opal apple, and a touch of cream. The palate shows some weight as well as a lovely mineral inflection, with wet stone and floral touches such as white lily and white rose. A very complete wine with loads of complexity.

2019 Guejito Summer: Our signature, estate-grown, white blend of 50% Roussanne and 50% Viognier. Guejito Summer has freshness without being overly weighty, yet its full of depth. Asian pear, fresh apricot and meyer lemon are present with a bouquet of fresh and dried hawthorn and linden flowers accented with notes of white jasmine. There is an herbal sage-like aroma as well as a hint of cheese rind rounding off the finish.

2018 Malvasia Bianca: This wine demonstrates high intensity on the nose, with tropical fruits like papaya, lychee, and ripe apricots as well. There is a forward floral tone to this varietal like that of white potpourri and fresh/aromatic honeysuckle flowers. A slight nutmeg-like spice along with fresh tarragon intermingled on the palate.

2019 Chardonnay: Key lime, banana, and lemon curd are lifted by a quarry dust and limestone element. Secondary flavors of brioche, a hint of drawn butter, and a touch of oak allow this Chardonnay to deliver on every level. The long finish lingers with nutmeg and cardamom-like baking spice.

2016 Chardonnay – Special Reserve: Star bright and clear straw in color, the Rancho Guejito Chardonnay exemplifies balance and elegance. Tart green apple, lemon custard and ripe pineapple provide a complex mix of fruits. Warm river rock minerality plays off the most modest pat of buttery richness. Medium bodied with a long clean finish. Pair with your favorite scallop dish.

2018 Viognier: Very floral with some sweetness. This vintage shows lychee and ripe mango fruits, followed by high intensity floral notes, of fresh jasmine and gardenia. The added sweetness in the finish makes this a dream spicy food pairing!


Red Wine:

2019 Cinsault: A bright and refreshing lighter bodied red wine. This summertime red favorite shows perfectly ripened red raspberry, black plum, and mulberry fruit. Fresh pink and red carnations on the nose are followed by a tarragon-like herbal note. This is a fun one to start with from our red selections as it will open the palate to bolder, more complex flavors.

2018 Counoise: With this vintage, we took this varietal up a notch. This is a lovely, complex wine, but on the lighter bodied side. Black and red cherries marry with a ripe strawberry and subtle blood orange fruit on the nose. The fruit becomes more prevalent on the palate. This varietal is showing some cinnamon and birch-like spice as well as a pleasant, vanilla undertone. The wine has a notable creamy texture and weight despite being light in color.

2016 Pinot Noir: Clear, bright ruby color of light concentration, Rancho Guejito Pinot Noir’s intense aromatics greet the nose at the rim of the glass. Freshly picked raspberry, pomegranate and cranberry compose a mouthwatering red fruit salad. Freshly cut parsley and thyme mingle with lavender potpourri and a hint of dusty earth. Sandalwood and a wisp of smokiness hint at the light oak treatment. Light bodied, delicate and ethereal. This is a lovely red wine suitable for white wine dishes that have subtle earthy bass notes.

2018 Grenache: Bright and crisp, just-ripened, red raspberries, fresh rhubarb, with macerated cranberry and strawberry fruit tones. Pink lilies and carnations define the floral nose with notes of a sage and an underbrush-like herbal quality. Pink peppercorn and a kiss of oak add a nutmeg flavor, lengthening the finish. This fruit came from a higher elevation on the ranch which contributes to the prevailing freshness that shines throughout.

2018 La Linterna: Mourvèdre dominant with remnants of Grenache. A wine that transcends from the new world to the old. Tart and dried red fruits, such as red currant, deep raspberry, and a touch of peach pit on the nose and palate. Rosewater and red carnations are followed by a cured prosciutto presence. An earthy note, similar to pipe tobacco and fall leaves, lingers on the palate. This is an absolute gem to drink now or age.

2018 Sangiovese: This estate-grown wine is a terrific example of a classic varietal showcased in our vineyards. Stewed red and black cherries, strawberry, and red licorice are present with a hint of roasted tomato and soy like complexity. An herbal, dried thyme and bay leaf aroma drives the palate well. This features light and bright pink and red peony florals that are completely in balance with the fruit and herbaceous qualities.

2017 Merlot: A gorgeous color- ruby with light purple hues and great clarity. This oak-free Merlot is stunning with a combination of fruit conditions. Tart blueberries, crushed strawberry, and black cherries on the nose with an herbal tobacco leaf aroma and roasted red chili pepper in the background. Upon tasting, red and blue fruits come through, more about ripe raspberry with a forward lavender/purple violet floral component that finishes long. With air, the complexities and more dusty earth notes come through as the wines tension seems to unravel in layers.

2015 Vineyard Rouge – Private Reserve: Just ripe blackberry, blueberries, and tart cranberry on the nose and palate. This is a dry, brooding, complex wine with serious aging potential. Singed thyme and sage complement an earth driven wild nature to the wine. Nutmeg and cedary oak are present and well-integrated into the long finish. The tannins are structured and soften well with a decant. This is a perfect marriage with a marbled cut of steak, pork, or lamb.

2019 Syrah: Underripe red and black currant, tart, wild blueberry with wild lavender notes. Secondary notes of smoked game and crushed white pepper, briny olive, and wet clay. Dried thyme and cedary oak finish make this Syrah a knockout.