Counoise (pronounce koonwah), a French varietal from the southern Rhone region. It is one of the primary grapes used in making Chateauneuf de Pape, the "wine of the popes"!!!
A beautiful, light, frenchstyle wine with medium acidity, low tannins with hints of raspberry, prunes, cola and sour cherries.
Malbec is a varietal common in South America. The Argentinians are proud of this big lush wine. We put a New World spin on this Old World wine.
A very inky, dark fruit, wine with hints of pomegranate, currants, black cherries and a spicy finish.
Nebbiolo is grape varietal from Northern Italy, classically used in making Barolo, "The King of Wines". This wine evolves immensely from the time it is open to several days afterwards. A great wine to age several years and watch it transform. Hail to the King!
This complex wine is robust with high tannins, medium acidity with notes of cranberries, anise and cola.
Sangiovese is the primary grape grown in the Tuscan region of Italy.
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This medium body wine has a wonderful floral bouquet and bright fruit. The medium tannins add to the lovely start and finish of this classic Italian varietal.
This vintage of Ven's Blend is lovely blend of Syrah and Grenache with the grape harvested in Santa Barbara County.
This year's Ven's Blend is simply a 50/50 blend of Grenache and Syrah. This medium body wine has low tannins, with hints of watermelon, berries, butterscotch with a white peppery finish. A smooth drinking wine!
Our Pinot Noir is reminiscent of Pinot's found in the Sonoma region of California.
This big, bold Pinot is a well balanced, deep red wine with notes of pomegranate, cherries, strawberries, vanilla , crème brulee. The finish is peppery yet silky.
Cabernet Franc, a parent grape to the cabernet sauvignon, originally from the Loire Valley. The cabernet franc is typically know for its characteristical green stemmy aroma. It is most often blended with other wines. Our single varietal will surely intrigue your senses.
A well balanced elegant wine with hints of vanilla, blackberry, dried cherries and a chocolaty, anise finish
Grenache (pronounced gren-aash), a spanish varietal generally known to produce a spicy, berry flavored wine that is soft on the palate. Although grenache is widely found blended with other wines, we produced a single varietal wine that will fancy your taste buds.
A floral velvety wine with a big dark fruit notes, hints of smoke and a warm finish.
When you blend barbera, cabernet sauvignon, syrah and add a splash of cabernet franc you can't help to create a deep, dark, complex wine. This will fill your mouth with multitide of tantalizing flavors.
A complex blend with notes of dark plums, lots of cherry, hints of tobacco, slightly leathery, medium tannins and a smooth finish.