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Paradise Springs Santa Barbara

Paradise Springs Starts Second Winery in Santa Barbara County, California

Tasting Room to Open in Downtown
Santa Barbara in early 2017

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2008 Chardonnay

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Paradise Springs Goes West

Paradise Springs Winery located in Clifton, VA and founded in 2007 by Kirk Wiles and Jane Kincheloe has expanded its winery operations to the west coast and has started a second winery in Santa Barbara County, California with a tasting room slated to open in 2016. The project will make Paradise Springs the first “bi-coastal” wine brand in the country. Over the past 2 years, CEO and Founder Kirk Wiles has been traveling between coasts setting up the operation, producing wines, and strategizing to launch the brand in a new market.

“With the demand for Paradise Springs wines outpacing the quality fruit currently available in Virginia, we decided to look for an opportunity in a new market, one that would add diversification to our portfolio of wines as well as provide a cross marketing platform for each region. The wines coming out of Santa Barbara are world class and with its proximity to 23 million people in Southern California, we decided it was a good fit for the brand. The Paradise Springs mantra has always been about producing the highest quality, handcrafted wines while embracing varietal correctness in the region. Santa Barbara turned out to be the perfect fit.” Says CEO and Founder Kirk Wiles.

Rob Cox, Head Winemaker at Paradise Springs in Virginia is acting as Executive Winemaker to Paradise Springs Santa Barbara with Doug Margerum of Margerum Wine Cellars on board as Lead Consultant. “With Rob’s 12 year history of producing wines in Virginia and Doug’s 15 year history of making wine in Santa Barbara, we feel we have the ultimate team in place to succeed on both coasts” says CEO and Founder Kirk Wiles.

In 2014, Paradise Springs Santa Barbara, produced two wines; a Sauvignon Blanc from the Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara AVA and a Pinot Noir from the Sta. Rita Hills AVA. Both wines were successfully bottled in July of 2015 and are now available for order.

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Click below for an in-depth storyboard on the beginings of Paradise Springs Santa Barbara, or email SB@paradisespringswinery.com.

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2014 Sauvignon Blanc
Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara AVA

Santa Barbara’s easternmost wine region, Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara AVA, features the warmest microclimate in the area with dramatic diurnal temperature shifts of around 40 degrees. Mid morning fog gives way to sunshine creating the perfect environment for grapes to ripen without losing their natural acidity. Rolling hills with loamy clay soils create a distinct mineral terroir low in nutrients that help produce smaller vines and higher quality grapes.

92% McGinley Vineyard (Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara AVA)
8% Grassini Vineyard (Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara AVA)

Slight green and gold hues, lead way to aromas of grapefruit, honeyed quince, creamy lemon curd that have been layered with hints of gunflint. On the palate pear, grapefruit, and tropical fruit abound with a creamy mid layer and crisp persistent finish.

$35 / bottle


2014 Pinot Noir
Sta. Rita Hills AVA

Known as one of the greatest places in the new world to grow Pinot Noir, Sta. Rita Hills AVA is closest to the ocean in Santa Barbara County. The combination of nutrient deficient marine-based soils and the Pacific Ocean’s cooling influence of wind and fog through the East to West mountain corridor, form one of the best cool-climate viticulture areas for Pinot Noir in the world.

95% Hilliard Bruce Vineyard (Sta. Rita Hills)
5% La Encantada Vineyard (Sta. Rita Hills)

The deep Ruby color leads to aromas of black cherry and dried cranberry that leap from the glass, and then follow subtle hints of baking spices that waft into the fore. On the palate the wine shows darker Pinot Noir elements; complex olive, soy and ink, preluding cherry liqueur flavors. This wine will age well by the tightly structured and layered supple grape and wood tannins that are underpinned by an excellent acidic backbone.

$55 / bottle



To place an order for wines please send an email or call 703-830-9463 and inquire with a manager.
Or download the order form below and email it back to SB@paradisespringswinery.com or fax to 703-830-9447.

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Events

May

23rd

2013

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At the tasting house

2:00pm - 3:00pm

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June

15th

2013

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At the Wine Cellar

5:00pm - 12:00am

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