Alan from The Cultural Diplomat had some kind words to say about The Santa Ynez Warehouse and about our wines.
Roxy is our loving watch dog. She is up at the vineyards in the mornings chasing away squirrels and rodents and lounging around and relaxing the rest of the day at the winery. No wonder The News-Press thought to include her in their article on winery dogs.
This is a great article about ways to enjoy your Saturday. Matt takes you around to all the hard to find places of Santa Barbara. Our favorite part is him coming to visit Carr Winery during harvest and getting a hands on experience in winemaking.
Anthony Head with 805 Living wrote loves our 2009 Three Vineyard Pinot Noir.
“Carr used fruit from three different Sta. Rita Hills vineyards to structure this elegant pinot. Although I can’t pick out which vineyard the floral aspects came from, nor where the cherry and cola flavors and enticing minerality originated. I can definitely report they’re all here-and apparently they’re all pretty damn happy to be in the same bottle.”
Santa Barbara’s Urban Wine trail has finally joined together to form a 501 nonprofit.
“Anytime that you are able to step into a winery and take pink bubbles to go – you know in your heart of hearts that anything related to this place is going to be fun. In what looks like a hollowed out airplane silo, Ryan and Jessica Carr have created an atmosphere at their eponymous winery that rivals the best party in town. Carr has created a very cool growler-type program, where you can get your own refillable bottle and fill it with several of their delicious offerings, which are always in small production. Still one of the top vineyard managers in Santa Barbara, Ryan is able to capture some of the best fruit sources for his eclectic mixture of bottles, including one of the best white wines in the county….”
The summer is starting to heat up and what better to accompany your BBQ than the 2011 Harvest Girl Rosé.
Wine Business Monthly chose our 2010 Carr Cabernet Franc, Camp Four Vineyard, Santa Ynez Valley as one of their “Hot Brands” of 2012.
Note that The Winery’s Quonset Hut is in consistent demand for receptions of all sorts, as well as rehearsal dinners. A lofty ceiling, subtle lighting over rich, dark wood-work, décor that illustrates the vintner’s trade from seedling vines to casks and corks, this is a memorable, one-of-a-kind location, a place you’ll be delighted to share with family and friends. If a full-fledged reception is not in your Santa Barbara plans, The Winery can accommodate tasting groups of any size or composition, old or young, over a timeframe of your choice. Tables in its lounge area easily convert for side games of backgammon, chess and shuffleboard.
When I walked into the winery/tasting room, every one of my senses was stimulated. The aroma of the grapes crushed, fermented and turned into wine right there in that vast room lingered in the air and sent sipping thoughts tripping across my brain….