2011 Syrah, Identity Crisis (Blanc)

2012 Sauvignon Blanc, Estate Grown
92 Pts. Wine Enthusiast

2012 Chardonnay, Top Cream

2010 Cabernet Sauvignon, Classic Rock

2011 Merlot, Santa Ynez Valley

2012 Pinot Noir, Psi Clone

2011 Syrah Blanc, Identity Crisis

2012 Sauvignon Blanc, Estate Grown
92 Pts. Wine Enthusiast

2012 Chardonnay, SBC

2010 Cabernet Sauvignon, Classic Rock

2011 Merlot, Santa Ynez Valley

2012 Pinot Noir, Psi Clone

2012 Chardonnay, Top Cream

2012 Sauvignon Blanc, Estate Grown
92 Pts. Wine Enthusiast

2012 Pinot Noir, Precocious
91 Pts. Grape Legends

2012 Pinot Noir, The Suite

2012 Pinot Noir, Slice of Heaven
91 Pts. Wine Enthusiast

2012 Pinot Noir, Je Ne Sais Quoi

2011 Slice Of Heaven, Pinot Noir 92 pts
2011 Psi Clone, Pinot Noir 92 pts
2011 Precocious, Pinot Noir 91 pts
2011 Déjà Vu, Pinot Noir 91 pts
2010 PSI Clone, Pinot Noir 93 pts
2010 Déjá Vu, Pinot Noir 91 pts
2010 Slice Of Heaven, Pinot Noir 91 pts
2010 Microcosm, Pinot Noir 90 pts
2011 Slice of Heaven, Pinot Noir 90pts
2011 Sta. Rita Hills, Pinot Noir 90pts
2010   Slice Of Heaven, Pinot Noir 92 points
2010   Déjá Vu, Pinot Noir 90 points
2010   Top Cream, Chardonnay 90 points
2010   The Mentor, Chardonnay 90 points
2010   Naughty Little Hillsides, Pinot Gris          90 points
2009   Microcosm, Pinot Noir 96 points
2009   Upper Crust, Syrah 94 points
2009   Ocean's Ghost, Pinot Noir 93 points
2009   Top Cream, Chardonnay 93 points
2009   Precocious, Pinot Noir 92 points
2007   Nucleus, Cabernet Sauvignon 92 points
2007   The Loin, Cabernet Sauvignon 90 points

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Click here to read a recent article from the Orange County Register about the history of Bryan Babcock and his family owned winery and vineyard.

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