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$130.00
/ 750ml x 2
SKU: SHPERFECTPR2PK

This Valentine’s Day, we are pleased to offer a Perfect Pairing 2-Pack, featuring one bottle each of our 2020 Romance Chardonnay and 2021 Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir.

Two Pack Includes:
1 Bottle of 2020 Romance Chardonnay
1 Bottle of 2021 Sta. Rita Hills Chardonnay
 
The 2020 Chardonnay Romance is a new wine from Sandhi, sourced from vines grown at the Domaine de la Côte estate vineyards. The nose is bright and arresting, flaunting lemon peel, chalk and pastry crust. Its unabashedly concentrated citrus fruits are tempered by nervy acidity, and it has a very long, texturally compelling finish. There's something a bit magical about the expression this vintage. 
98 points, Erin Brooks, Wine Advocate
 
The 2021 Pinot Noir Sta. Rita Hills has a medium ruby color and pretty scents of cinnamon stick, aniseed, iron, underbrush and charcuterie with a core of red cherries and cranberries. Medium-bodied yet very concentrated, it has a powdery frame, sparks of refreshing acidity and a very long, graphite-driven finish. Precise and detailed, it deserves to spend another 2-3 years in bottle.
96 points, Erin Brooks, Wine Advocate

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$65.00
/ 750ml
SKU: SH21CHWB75
Varietal
Chardonnay
Appellation

Vivid Chardonnay from the stunning Jalama Canyon Ranch, just a few miles from our very own Domaine de la Côte vineyards. This regeneratively farmed vineyard serves as a testing ground and classroom to promote farming practices that conserve water, preserve soil, and foster a healthy microbiome.
 
The Chardonnay was pressed into 500L puncheons and native yeast fermented with no manipulations.

The Label
Lindsey Ross is a California-based artist who primarily works with large format photography and the 19th century process, wet-plate collodion. Ross started working in this process in 2011 and she quickly realized it was the ideal format for her artistic practice. Ross seeks autonomy yet, at the same time, a sense of connection. The slow pace of collodion requires a presence and intimacy that connects Ross to both the physical and spiritual world. To honor the rugged beauty of Jalama Canyon Ranch and underscore the importance of place to the character of wine, Sandhi and The White Buffalo Land Trust invited Lindsey Ross to capture it through her unique eye and detailed process. The label is a work of art.

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$65.00
/ 750ml
SKU: SH21PNWB75
Varietal
Pinot Noir
Appellation

Elegant Pinot Noir from the stunning Jalama Canyon Ranch, just a few miles from our very own Domaine de la Côte vineyards. This regeneratively farmed vineyard serves as a testing ground and classroom to promote farming practices that conserve water, preserve soil, and foster a healthy microbiome.
 
The 2021 White Buffalo Land Trust Pinot Noir was fermeneted in concrete and raised in neutral barrels with no manipulations and native yeast fermentation.

The Label

Lindsey Ross is a California-based artist who primarily works with large format photography and the 19th century process, wet-plate collodion. Ross started working in this process in 2011 and she quickly realized it was the ideal format for her artistic practice. Ross seeks autonomy yet, at the same time, a sense of connection. The slow pace of collodion requires a presence and intimacy that connects Ross to both the physical and spiritual world. To honor the rugged beauty of Jalama Canyon Ranch and underscore the importance of place to the character of wine, Sandhi and The White Buffalo Land Trust invited Lindsey Ross to capture it through her unique eye and detailed process. The label is a work of art.

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$65.00
/ 750ml
SKU: SH21PNPF75
Varietal
Pinot Noir
Appellation

I am so proud to introduce the 2021 Phelan Farm Pinot Noir from my new regenerative vineyard in Cambria, California. Produced exclusively for my Sandhi & Raj Parr Wine Club customers, Phelan Farm Pinot Noir comes from a small field of own-rooted Pinot Noir that ripens slowly and evenly in a cool, coastal-influenced environment. Living and working at Phelan Farm, this wine is deeply personal to me. It was grown without pesticides or herbicides. It was harvested by hand, and made without sulfur or any intervention of any kind. Finally it was bottled without fining or filtration. The 2021 Phelan Farm Pinot Noir is a bright and lively and silky expression of the variety. It is absolutely ready to be enjoyed now.

-4 barrels produced

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$65.00
/ 750ml
SKU: SH20CHPF75
Varietal
Chardonnay
Appellation

The 2020 Phelan Farm Chardonnay represents the inaugural vintage of wines bottled under the Phelan Farm label. Spurred on by the pandemic, but in continuation of my lifelong journey in wine, I made Phelan Farm, a beautiful farm and vineyard in the cool, coastal hills of Cambria, California, my home in 2020. My commitment to regenerative farming an holistic agrictultural practices is put to the test here. I am so pleased to share this wine exclusively with my Raj Parr Wine Club & Sandhi supporters. Similar in style to the Chardonnays of Sandhi, the Phelan Farm Chardonnay comes from own-rooted vines, grown without the use of pesticides or herbicides. It was fermented naturally in neutral barrels and bottled without fining or filtration. The 2020 Phelan Farm Chardonnay is ready to be enjoyed now. Here on the west coast, Dungeness Crab season is almost upon us. It's a thrilling pairing for this wine.

57 cases produced

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$28.00
/ 750ml
SKU: RPGG20TRCHIN
Varietal
Pinot Noir + Gamay + Mondeuse
Appellation
San Luis Obispo

Years ago in a Paris bistro, I enjoyed a completely new and inspiring glass of wine. l'Autrement was the name and it was an amazing blend of Mondeuse, Gamay, and Pinot Noir. The intriguing aromas and its unique deliciousness captured my imagination and made me SMILE!

This marks the fourth and final vintage of Tres Chingones. The fruit from all 3 varieties was de-stemmed and fermented separately in small tanks, then blended and aged in 2 used puncheons (500L barrels). I love how the distinction of each grape variety shines through. Pinot Noir offers fruit, Gamay brings acidity, and Mondeuse contributes a rich, dark color. 

The wine is playful, juicy, crunchy, and super-super good!

OK, so the name is a bit irreverent. Tres Chingones refers to the 3 major pests (a$$h@!es) in our vineyard: wild boar, coyote, and starling. It also represents the fantastic combination of these three bad-ass varieties together.

WATCH TRES CHINGONES VIDEO 


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$26.00
/ 750ml
SKU: RPGG20CFROA
Varietal
Rosé of Grenache
Appellation
Santa Ynez Valley

The 2020 Candyfloss is a delicious rosé of Grenache from the beloved Côteaux de Clair Vineyard in the Santa Ynez Valley. Claire (with an 'e') is very much a real person. In fact, she's been an integral member of our winemaking team in Lompoc going on 4 vintages. Together with her mother, Claire owns a beautiful hillside vineyard that is farmed by Chris King, who also planted and farms our Domaine de la Côte Estate vineyards. The wines from Claire's vineyard are honest, soulful, and true to both place and variety. Côteaux de Clair is planted to all 3 shades of Grenache - Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, and Grenache Rouge. It has been a delight to make both a red table wine and a classic Provençal-inspired Rosé from the Grenache at Côteaux de Clair.

This Grenache-based rosé now marks Candyfloss' 3rd varietal incarnation. I began in 2017 with a Rosé of Pinot Noir, moved on to a more deeply colored Rosé of Pinot Gris for a couple of vintages, and now shift my focus to the thirst-quenching Grenache. Candyfloss is a cofermentation of Grenache Blanc, Grenach Gris, and Grenache Noir. The wine is really delicious, refreshing, and I hope it will be your go-to wine this Spring and Summer. As always, no interventions or sulfur in the cellar. Just good, vibrant, and honest wine.

97 cases produced

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$35.00
/ 750ml
SKU: RPGG18NTYA
Varietal
Cab Franc
Appellation
Carmel Valley

Nithya is a Sanskrit word that means ‘eternal’. This wine is pure Cabernet Franc, sourced from the Massa Vineyard in Carmel Valley. Massa is a certified organic farm and a very unique place. The vineyard seems like it has been there forever. There is an Alpine feel to it, and yet, you are firmly in sunny California. The Carmel Valley’s limestone soils imbue the wine with an energy I find really intriguing.

The wine was raised in neutral barrel and bottled without filtration or the addition of sulfur. There is a very energetic, coniferous green note that hums along, just below the surface of the aromatics, but the wine is incredibly generous with flavors of black cherry and plum. -40 cases produced

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$28.00
 
SKU: RPGG20SCYTH
Varietal
Palomino
Appellation
Madera County

It is time to drink like a SCYTHIAN! This is my first vintage of our newest Glug Glug wine - Scythians, a dry white wine made from the Palomino grape. With the help of dear friends Christina Rasmussen and Abe Schoener, I sourced Palomino grapes from a Demeter certified, biodynamic farm near Fresno, CA.

Palomino is a non-aromatic white grape variety that is indigenous to Spain. If you've had dry Sherry (not the sweet stuff), you've had the Palomino grape. The inspiration for this wine comes from Ramiro Ibañez. I was introduced to his wines through my friend, Jose Pastor, the wine importer. Though Ibañez lives and works in the Sherry triangle of Spain's southwestern Atlantic coast, he makes several unfortified, single-vineyard bottlings of Palomino. Ramiro's 'UBE Miraflores' inspired this wine, the 2019 Scythians Palomino. Both are dry table wines, made from Palomino, and crafted in such a way that they are intended to drink young.

For those of you who know me and know my penchant for high acid wines, Palomino is a famously low acid grape. This wine is all about texture and juiciness. The wine is salty and a bit unctuous with notes of almond skin and yellow apple. Scythians is the perfect accompaniment to almonds, olives, sardines, and all the other salty and briny things we munch on while waiting for Sashi to finish cooking dinner.

WATCH SCYTHIANS VIDEO

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$32.00
/ 750ml
SKU: RPGG20PG88
Varietal
Pinot Noir & Gamay Noir
Appellation
Cambria

What began in Oregon comes south to crisp, cool Cambria, California in the 2020 vintage. That’s right - blending Pinot Noir and Gamay was so much fun, I decided to try it a little closer to home. Crafting a wine from vines I farmed is incredibly rewarding. With both farming and winemaking done by the same hands, there is an intimacy to this Glug-Glug wine that makes it very special.

Fermented in concrete, raised in old barrels, and bottled with minimal sulfur, the 2020 PG88 is ready to be enjoyed now, served with a chill alongside a simple meal.

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$28.00
/ 750ml
SKU: RPGG20FRND
Varietal
Grüner Veltliner
Appellation
Sta. Rita Hills


When I found out there was half an acre of organically farmed Grüner Veltliner here in the Sta. Rita Hills, I thought “we've GOT to make some Grüner!” I love the grape variety because it has so much diversity. Grown on a sunny south-facing slope it can be made in a rich and opulent style. It can also be made in a racy and vibrant style. For our FREUND (which is German for 'Friend') we left the grapes on the skins for 24 hours, allowing a bit of texture to develop before pressing the grapes into neutral barrels for a native fermentation. The wine has a bit of a creamy, smoky note to it with mandarin orange and lemon rind. It is both fresh AND refreshing, with a nice weight to it. That one day on the skins gave the wine some tension and some texture. The wine was bottled without fining, filtration, or the addition of any sulfur.⁠

The Freund Grüner Veltliner is ready to drink now. In fact, I hope it will be your go-to white wine all spring and summer long. This wine will pair well with ceviche and corn chips, some shellfish, a little pad thai, or a cold soup.⁠ This was a really fun wine to make and I think it’s a really fun wine to drink.
 

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$30.00
/ 750ml
SKU: RPGG19RHZN
Varietal
Zinfandel
Appellation
Esola Vineyard

Raahi means ‘traveler’ in Hindi and I have traveled a long way, both literally and figuratively to make this Zinfandel. To visit the Esola Vineyard in Lodi, California’s Shenandoah Valley requires me to drive farther than any other vineyard. The journey is absolutely worth it. In firm, granite soils and from old, own-rooted vines, I am able to work with small clusters of intensely perfumed Zinfandel. There is a wildness, a savage quality to Zinfandel that I enjoy so much. Like Syrah, there are savory qualities of pepper and spice that mingle so well with the brighter, wilder fruit profile inherent in Zinfandel. 

I fermented the 2019 Raahi Zinfandel in an old wooden tank, leaving the grape clusters intact and striving for an incredibly gentle and natural fermentation. The small berries offered up plenty of texture, structure, and color on their own, without having to coax any more out of them. The resulting wine is wonderfully spiced and peppery while still retaining lifted fruit notes that make the wine drink really well right now. 

Because of the savory elements in the 2019 Raahi Zinfandel, the wine sings with anything well-seasoned and cooked over an open flame. From slow cooked ribs to a quickly grilled tri-tip, I hope Raahi will be right by your side as you grill away this summer.