TRI-COUNTY BLENDS

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Honestly The Best Of California

At Verada, we take pride in our balanced, varietal-driven wines crafted from California’s diverse grape growing regions. By blending the same variety grown in different regions, we showcase the wines true complexity, favor, and character in each bottle. From ocean’s to steep peaks California is known for its diversity and beauty. Stretching over most of the state, California wine country consists of 107 American Viticultural Areas (AVA’s), each federally designated for unique soil and micro climates. Verada’s winemaker Alison Crowe uses her expert knowledge of these regions to blend together our extremely well balanced single varietal wines. Using grapes from a handful of coastal wine regions that implement sustainable farming practices, Alison produces wines that showcase the best of California.

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Sonoma

Boasting 18 designated American Viticultural Areas,
Sonoma County is full of diverse soil types, geography, and micro-climates. The county grows over 60 grape varietals and produces over 6% of wine in California. This diversity in terroir correlates directly to the glass and is just one of many reasons why we harvest grapes from our Sonoma vineyards for each of our Verada wines.

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Santa Barbara

Divided by the Santa Ynez Mountains and influenced by breezes off the ocean, Santa Barbara wines are diverse and unique. This temperate climate allows for an unusually long “hang-time” on the vine so that the grapes can fully develop flavors. Santa Barbara County is home to six official distinct appellations and is best known for growing delicious Pinot Noir.

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San Luis Obispo

San Luis Obispo County’s long wine history began approximately 200 years by Spanish missionaries. Consisting of four distinct AVA’s, San Luis Obispo county is home to two distinct types of terroirs. Maritime influences of fog and breezes define the southern AVA’s while warmer Paso Robles experiences more heat from the protection of the Santa Lucia Mountains. This climate is an ideal growing environment for our Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grape varietals.

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the table

Monterey

While Monterey is better known for it’s scenic beauty it is also home to world-class wines. Established over 200 years ago by Spanish missionaries, Monterey county was re-discovered in the 60’s as an opportune place to grow row crops and vineyards. With cooler temperatures in northern Monterey lending itself to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the warmer southern Monterey is better suited for Merlot and Cabernet.

Sonoma

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Boasting 18 designated American Viticultural Areas, Sonoma County is full of diverse soil types, geography, and micro-climates. The county grows over 60 varietals and produces over 6% of wine in California. This variety in terroir correlates directly to the glass by bringing a variety of tasting experiences to the consumer.

SANTA BARBARA

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Divided by the Santa Ynez Mountains and influenced by breezes off the ocean, Santa Barbara wines are diverse and unique. This temperate climate allows for an unusually long “hang-time” on the vine so that the grapes can fully develop flavors. Santa Barbara County is home to six official, distinct appellations.

San Luis Obispo

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San Luis Obispo County’s long wine history began approximately 200 years by Spanish missionaries. Consisting of four distinct AVA’s, San Luis Obispo county is home to two distinct types of terroirs. Maritime influences of fog and breezes define the southern AVA’s while warmer Paso Robles experiences more heat from the protection of the Santa Lucia Mountains.

Monterey

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While Monterey is better known for it’s scenic beauty it is also home to world-class wines. Established over 200 years ago by Spanish missionaries, Monterey county was re-discovered in the 60’s as an opportune place to grow row crops and vineyards. With cooler temperatures in northern Monterey lending itself to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the warmer southern Monterey is better suited for Merlot and Cabernet

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