Enjoy the latest news from Chamisal Vineyards!
Chamisal Vineyards is the second winery to achieve SIP Certified. The program has certified vineyards since 2008, and expanded its independent, third-party verification scope to include wineries in 2016. We recently spoke with Fintan du Fresne, General Manager and Winemaker at Chamisal Vineyards, about how sustainability fits into their company.
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Chamisal Vineyards was featured on San Luis Obispo Tribune in the article titled “Drink pink: How SLO County wineries are changing the way you think about rosé.” Readers are informed: “Chamisal Vineyards in San Luis Obispo has a 2016 Rosé ($24) that highlights the flavors of its Edna Valley pinot noir fruit with just a hint of sweetness. With minimal skin contact before pressing and fermenting in stainless steel, the pale peach-hued rosé is practically pinot made as a white wine.” To read the full article, click below.
Chamisal Vineyards received some great coverage in Hitched Magazine. In the article, "10 Winemakers Explain What Makes SLO Terroir So Good," Fin is quoted as saying, "Edna Valley has the coolest climate of any AVA in California because it has the closest proximity to the ocean," and noting that "our historic estate vineyard was the first planted in the Edna Valley." The Stainless Chardonnay and Estate Pinot Noir are highlighted. To view the full article, click below.
We're pleased to announce that Gayot.com featured Chamisal Vineyards' 2013 Stainless Pinot Noir as the "Wine of the Week"! Check out the full article:
We're happy to announce that our 2012 Stainless Pinot Noir received the Double Gold medal at the 2014 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Our 2012 Stainless Chardonnay was also honored and took home a Gold medal.