Los Arroyuelos is the old name of the neighborhood where the Las Pedreras winery is located, an homage to the history of VIllanueva. The wine is 100% Garnacha from seven organically-farmed, 70-year-old vineyards, planted between... Read More
Serious Sangiovese alert! Vinified through the ancient “Governo Toscano” method with the Sangiovese Prugnolo Gentile grapes slightly over-ripened by drying. It then ages for twenty-four months in barrels, large and... Read More
Aromas of barrel spice, coffee, cherry, bittersweet chocolate, graphite and sautéed herb are followed by textured cherry and chocolate flavors. There's a pleasing sense of brightness to the acidity and deftness to the... Read More
Prior to the 20th century, “Brunello” was the name given to the varietal thought to be unique to the town of Montalcino. It was discovered that, in fact, Brunello was the same varietal as Sangiovese. The name Brunello... Read More
This natural expression of Pinot Noir has deep fruit notes wrapped around a core of spicy and savory, yet soft and supple tannins. Very floral and pretty, with hint of red roses, cherries and cinnamon.
This appellation is almost universally described as “sprawling,” as it encompasses half or more of the county. Our fruit comes from two of the coolest, most “coastal” parts of this appellation: the low... Read More
This intriguing blend is 80% red grapes Vinhão and Borraçal and 20% Loureiro, the principal white grape of Vinho Verde. The addition of the white grapes provides lift and energy, adding bright aromas of orange and... Read More