Our estate is 100% organic and sustainable. We employ solar power while embracing age-old, low impact farming methods like companion planting and animal grazing. Of the 338 acres on our Bell Mountain Estate ranch, only 55 are planted to vines. The remaining acres are dedicated to open space to maintain a natural balance and healthy eco-system.
All of our wines are from our Bell Mountain Estate. At our core, we are driven to protect the dirt, handcraft artisanal wines, and love what we do. Enjoy.
We invite you to try wines from our Bell Mountain Estate
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On the palate passion fruit and lemon peel flavors are balanced by lively acids leading to a sleek mineral finish with a silky texture.
This Merlot-based rosé shows ample aromas of raspberry and strawberry with notes of confectioner’s sugar and baking spice.
This wine is rich, dense, and the palate follows through on the nose’s promise. Aromatics of chocolate-covered cherries, black licorice, and rosemary predominate. There is good strength up front with flavors of cranberry, black cherry, dried black tea leaves, and a touch of graphite. It is refreshing and has a juicy mid-palate with a vanilla coffee toffee finish. The tannins are seamlessly integrated making this wine a classic example of why a blend can be so good.
92pts Robert Parker’s -The Wine Advocate
This wine begins with warm, inviting aromas of blueberry and blackberry, surrounded by a hint of lavender, blood orange, and cedar.
92pts Robert Parker's - The Wine Advocate
The wine offers plentiful aromas of blueberry and espresso. On the palate this wine is big and powerful. Wonderful now and this wine will continue to develop over the next ten years.
94pts Robert Parker's - The Wine Advocate
The 2014 Kate’s and B’s offers primary aromas of blackberry, black currant, and raspberry,with supporting notes of cinnamon and orange peel. On the palate, the wine is concentrated and dense, with soft but firm tannins.
Gold- San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
95+pts Robert Parker's - The Wine Advocate