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Tomi Cellars owns no vineyards. We purchase ultra premium wine grapes from several top Central Coast vineyards. Vineyards such as Watch Hill (Syrah), La Encantada (Pinot Noir & Chardonnay), Bentrock (Pinot Noir), Riverbench Vineyard (Albariño & Pinot Meunier), Thompson Vineyard (Grenache Blanc), Stanger Vineyard (Tempranillo), Alta Colina Vineyards (Grenache & Viognier), Tierra Alta Vineyard (Syrah, Grenache, Grenache Gris), La Presa Vineyard (Roussanne, Grenache & Petite Sirah) and Estelle Vineyard (Merlot).

Estelle Vineyard

Set on gently sloping hills at the north east corner of the Los Olivos District AVA, Estelle Vineyard is made up of mostly clay and sandy loam soils, which allows for optimal drainage and gives the vines a healthy regimen of nutrients and water. Complimented by a perfect balance of warm days and cool nights, it is one of the more ideal sites for growing Bordeaux-style varietals in all of Santa Barbara County. It is from here that we source our Merlot grapes.

La Encantada Vineyard

Nestled in the hills near the west end of the Sta. Rita Hills AVA, La Encantada Vineyard is steep and rich in calcareous soils. And the Pacific marine influence of wind, fog and moderate summertime heat combine to make it one of the most ideal sites for Burgundian varietals in the world. Planted to 100 acres in the year 2000, La Encantada has been a source of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes for some of the most celebrated wines produced from the appellation, and this is where we have sourced many of our 2021 ~ 2023 Pinot Noir clones. In 2023, we also purchased Chardonnay fruit from La Encantada.

Alta Colina/Las Colinas Vineyard

High up in the hills west of Paso Robles at around 1,600 feet of elevation, the cool Pacific winds sweep across the steep slopes of Las Colinas Vineyard, home of Alta Colina Winery. These hills in the Adelaida District AVA are dominated by rich calcareous soils and are arguably among the most ideal spots in the world to grow Rhône-style varietals. It is from here that we source some of our Grenache and Viognier fruit.

Tierra Alta Vineyard

Nestled in the hills at the north end of the Ballard Canyon AVA, Tierra Alta Vineyard is steep and rich in calcareous soils. Complimented with a perfect balance of warm days and cool nights, it is one of the most ideal sites for Rhône-style varietals in all of Santa Barbara County. Perhaps the world. We've sourced several vintages of Syrah and Grenache from this vineyard.

Riverbench Vineyard

Santa Maria Valley is home to Riverbench Vineyards, where the cool ocean breezes of the Pacific mimic the Rias Baixas region in Northwestern Spain. Only a small block of this low-lying, SIP-certified vineyard is dedicated to growing Albarino. And this is where we sourced our Albarino. In 2023 we sourced Pinot Meunier fruit from this vineyard, as well.

Watch Hill Vineyard

Located in the Alisos Canyon AVA, Watch Hill Vineyard is a not-too-hot, not-too-cool site set among rolling hills and beautiful equestrian properties, about half-way between Santa Maria and Santa Ynez. The main planting is approximately 20 acres and was planted around 2002, mostly Syrah varietals. This is where we've sourced our Clone 470 and 174 Syrahs from the 2021~2023 vintages.

Thompson Vineyard

Maybe one of the most meticulously manicured vineyards that I've ever stepped into, Thompson Vineyard lies in the heart of the Alisos Canyon AVA. It's a not-too-hot, and not-too-cold area that is surrounded by rolling hills and equestrian properties. Really quite lovely. But it's the terroir that makes this vineyard so special. We've sourced our 2021 Grenache Blanc (White Balance) from this vineyard and could not be happier with the wine...

Loma Seca Vineyard

On a 160-acre property 1850 feet above sea level, the vineyard consists of approximately 35 acres of vines located atop a southwest facing ridge. ​ The site consists of all hillsides, ranging from gentle to quite steep. The chalky limestone and fossilized whale bones provide a highly alkaline soil capable of retaining significant winter rain moisture throughout the hot summer. The dry-farmed grapevines send roots searching for residual moisture and nutrients trapped deep in the rocks and soil. We sourced our 2023 Petite Sirah from this vineyard.

Bentrock Vineyard

Situated over 500 feet above sea level, Bentrock is nearly 92 acres. Of that, close to 80 acres are planted with Pinot Noir and just over 13 acres are planted with Chardonnay. It is comprised of long, rolling hills with vines flowing gently down the hillsides, gathering ample sunlight, yet ripening slowly due to altitude and moderate cooling breezes. Clay, sediment, and shale make up the majority of Bentrock vineyard, along with outcrops of diatomaceous earth that is prized for its high silica content and porosity.