Santa Barbara County has a rich winemaking tradition dating back to the 18th century, when Spanish missionaries planted the region's first grapes. Since that time, native wildflowers also have flourished in the hillside vineyards throughout Santa Barbara County and California's Central Coast. The Spanish phrase Flor de Campo means "field of flowers." The warm days and cool nights throughout Santa Barbara County provide the perfect climate for these unique wildflowers and for some of the best Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in the country.
Flor de Campo
Tropical fruits, pineapple and pear notes characterize this straw-colored wine. With intense flavors of citrus and lychee paired with bright acid, it offers a crisp texture and a clean finish.
Garnet with a ruby hue, this wine’s aroma of raspberry and cherry has a hint of spice. The bright cherry flavor is balanced by pepper and slight earthiness, with a long, elegant finish.