Due to the high temperatures in AZ,
we will not ship our wines.
The heat compromises the quality of our wine.
We will not be shipping till the temperatures drop.
WildChild White 2019
13.1% Alc. Pinot Gris 10%, Symphony 20%, Chardonnay 20%, Malvasia 20% & Viognier 30%. I love dry aromatics…I stumbled on a fabulous dry Gewurtztraminer in NZ years ago and have been in pursuit ever since…here’s a version: a fragrant, aromatic blend sourced entirely from our high desert vineyards. This wine will drink nicely as a sipper or pair with more delicately flavored fish, chicken or pork dishes and most Asian foods. Serve chilled. Our 2017 received a Double Gold, San Francisco Chronicle American Wine Competition, 2019.
13.5% Alc. Petite Sirah 55%, Syrah 45%. Our flagship, this Estate grown wine was hand-picked from our high desert vines, and aged 18 months in neutral oak. Fragrant and intense, this wine will pair with red meats, rich stews, or best of all, Elk or Venison with a berry reduction. Serve cool. Silver Medal, San Francisco Chronicle American Wine Competition 2020 and 'Best Blend', AZ Grand Wine Awards 2019.
Barbeque White 2019
13.7% Alc. We threw together a summer wine...something you can take camping, to the beach or on a hike. This is a fun wine to quaff with hot dogs, turkey burgers or fish sticks and watermelon! It's fruity and easy drinking. Serve cold and enjoy!
Petite Sirah 2017
13.0% Alc. This single vineyard single-desert grown wine was hand picked from our own vines and aged 18 months in neutral oak. Intense in hue and aroma, this wine is chewy and spicy, with hints of chocolate and dark red berry. Great with BBQ, game or even rich dark chocolate desserts.
WildChild Red 2018
14.2% Alc. Syrah 28%, Grenache 41%, Mourvedre 23%, Petite Sirah 5%, Sangiovese 3%. This lively wine is an earthy, robust and fruity. It pairs with pizza, pasta, red meats, or barbeque. Or just pour yourself a glass and start cooking. Serve cool. 1000 cases made. Our 2017 received a Silver medal, San Francisco Chronicle 2020, and Silver Medal, Arizona Grand Wine Festival 2019. NEW RELEASE.
Shiraz 'Guns & Kisses' 2015
Shiraz 'Guns & Kisses' 2014 with Viognier
Shiraz 'Guns & Kisses' 2014 with Symphony
13.3% Alc. Made from our Dijon Clone vines, this wine was aged 16 months in neutral oak and stainless steel, fermented with wild yeasts, with inhibited ML to swing away from that fat, buttery style that is so common in California. This delicate white Burgundy style Estate grown wine has hints of white flower, shortbread, and citrus, with a soft mouthfeel, finishing with a hint of vanilla and walnut. Serve chilled. Our 2017 received a Silver Medal, San Francisco Chronicle 2020.
14.6% Alc. This Estate grown wine was hand-picked from our high desert vines and aged 18 months in neutral oak. It has a fragrant red candy nose but is bone dry with a complex mid-palate and a long finish, rounding out crisp and clean. Try with any delicate red meats, grilled salmon, or just sip a glass. Serve cool. Our 2017 received a Silver Medal, San Francisco Chronicle 2020.
12.6% Alc. This high desert Estate grown wine was handpicked from our own vines, whole bunch pressed and aged in neutral oak and 20% stainless steel, and fermented with wild and cultured yeasts, with partial ML. With a fragrant tropical flower nose, this wine has hints of lime, quince, and peach, finishing with a clean, wet slate minerality. Try with delicate seafood, like pan-fried snapper with a mango salsa, or with any salad with pine nuts and some light fruit. Serve lightly chilled. Our 2017 received a Silver Medal, San Francisco Chronicle 2019.
12.7% Alc. Growing tired of being called inappropriate, Sam decided to own up and celebrate with this: an aromatic varietal, a cross of Grenache Gris and Muscat of Alexandria, an Estate high elevation desert grown wine, super fragrant with pronounced orange marmalade, peach and lychee characteristics. An impressive sipper, but will pair with Thai or Asian food, or my Argentinian mother-in-law’s oregano/garlic marinated Cuban roast pork. Serve chilled. Bronze Medal, San Francisco Chronicle 2020