Our Core Tier wines are versatile, balanced wines that reflect the character of their terroir and varietal. From the cool, foggy climate of Monterey to the rolling Santa Lucia Highlands, to our heritage vineyards in Paso Robles, Estancia over-delivers on quality and consistency.
Monterey Bay’s cool ocean breezes create perfect growing conditions for Pinot Noir in Monterey County.
The bold, dark fruit flavors of this full-bodied wine reveal why Paso Robles is an emerging region for producing delicious California Cabernet Sauvignon.
Our Merlot showcases Central Coast California. Fruit from cooler Monterey County lends exquisite texture and suppleness, while fruit from other growing regions, including Paso Robles, notable for warm days and cool nights, contribute to the concentrated fruit aromas and flavors of this Merlot.
We grew the fruit for this Zinfandel in our Keyes Canyon Vineyard in Paso Robles, where vines struggle to produce fruit. The resulting wine is deeply concentrated with intense varietal flavors.
Our Pinot Grigio is grown in select California vineyards, where chilly ocean breezes produce grapes with balanced taste and concentrated flavors.
Cooled by the morning fog and far enough from the Monterey Bay to get a long, daily dose of sun, Monterey County is the ideal location for growing Chardonnay.
Crafted for outright enjoyment, deliciously fruit-forward and approachable, yet anything but ordinary. They highlight varietal diversity and possess a delicious, modern sense of style.
Limited-production wines that showcase the best of our estate vineyards combined with our most detailed boutique winemaking processes. The wines are seductive and expressive with world-class complexity and depth.
Our Meritage showcases the finest red blend from our Paso Robles vineyards. The Meritage designation on our label assures that this wine is a blend of at least two of the five red Bordeaux varieties.
We grew the fruit for this Pinot Noir at our Stonewall Estate Vineyard, located in the renowned Santa Lucia Highlands AVA in Monterey County. To highlight and preserve the delicate fruit and silky texture of this appellation, we gently ferment the wine in open-top fermenters.