Heritage and Value

Campesino is a husband and wife venture with a North American farm twist.  Griselda’s grandfather Pablo Ceja (as in Ceja vineyards and winery) came to the US in 1967 to seek a better life.  Today the Ceja family owns hundreds of acres and various children run wineries and vineyards.  Griselda’s husband Marcario, who grew up near Napa and was dragged to wineries every weekend with his parents to taste wine – after graduating from Notre Dame (IN), and working in the corporate world for six years he decided to ditch the suit for purple hands and pruning shears. The rest, as they say is history.

Campesino 2011 Baybos, Sonoma Coast
Retail 35.00 – GGWC 32.99 – FREE SHIPPING on SIX
Can be mixed with Campesino Alina for free shipping
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A Rhone style Red blend from two Sonoma Coast vineyards, Sangiacomo and Ceja. The blend consists of 40% Grenache, 40% Syrah and 20% Mourvedre.  Stunning aromas of wild fruits intermingled with spice and roasted meats, leap from the glass. Luscious flavors of dark fruits followed by wild herbs and cracked peppercorn lead to a long lasting finish. Full bodied yet balanced, Baybos is a wonderful wine for any occasion.

Campesino 2012 Alina, Sonoma Coast
Retail 30.00 – GGWC 27.99 – FREE SHIPPING on SIX
Can be mixed with Campesino Baybos for free shipping
Use discount shipping code “CAMPESINO” during check out

A white Rhone blend of 50% each Rousanne and Grenache Blanc.  The 2012 Alina is full of beautiful aromatics. Intoxicating notes of crisp apple, citrus essence and hints of pineapple fill your nose with all that is good about spring. Tiers of Meyer lemon and guava intermingle with refreshing acidity and flavorful minerality to awaken the senses. Stainless steel fermented and aged in neutral oak barrels for 7 months, Alina provides the perfect paring with any of your favorite summer dishes.

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