With its family vineyards located in the Santa Maria Valley in California, Ca’ Del Grevino makes delicious wines crafted from hand-picked and hand-sorted grapes
As a big fan of fine wines, we’re always on the lookout for a consistent and high-quality drop (or two). Coming from the Santa Maria Valley in California, Ca’ Del Grevino has become one of our recent favourites. The boutique family winery is dedicated to growing and producing cool climate wines such as Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, and best of all, the grapes are all hand picked and sorted – so you can really taste the love that goes into producing every bottle.
What makes Ca’ Del Grevino special?
Wine connoisseurs probably know that California is known for being one of the best cool climate regions for Pinot Noir. Situated just ten miles from the Pacific Coast, the vineyards benefit from its perfect maritime influences. Thanks to the soils, the meso- and micro-climates and the coastal location, the winery makes sure all variables are favouring the quality of the wines they produce.
And what about those grapes?
What plays the single most important role in crafting the most delicious wines? Grapes! Well-balanced grapes are the key to a well-balanced wine, and to ensure a high standard of quality, Ca’ Del Grevino opts to incorporate only properly-grown, cropped, evenly ripened, hand-picked and sorted grapes – allowing us to taste some of the most mouth-watering wines worldwide.
Featuring a curated selection of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Grenache, Dolcetto, Riesling and Syrah, there are four collections available: the limited allocation Ca’ Del Grevino, the affordable luxury Grevino, the enjoyable complexity Element and the simple sophistication Red Carpet. Whether you’re looking for something versatile or simply elegant-tasting, they will deliver. And if you ask us, our top pick would be the Ca’ Del Grevino Pinot Noir!
Learn more about Ca’ Del Grevino
For those who wish to discover the elegance of Californian wines, join them at their wine dinner at Tosca on 21 May.
This post is sponsored by Ca’Del Grevino