Mosby Winery

mosby_thumbIn 1976 Bill and Jeri Mosby bought 206 acres, part of the old Rancho de la Vega land grant along Highway 101, just south of Buellton. They planted 18 acres in Chardonnay and Gewurztraminer, and converted the old 18th century carriage house into the winery. In the mid-1980’s Bill became enamored with Italian varietals, and also produced Santa Barbara County’s first distilled spirit – a Grappa di Traminer. Mosby winery endeavors to produce lean, sleek, finely balanced wines with firm acidity and low PH’s that can stand on their own, yet provide a perfect partnership with food.

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Chardonnay | Cortese | Dolcetto | Lucca | Pinot Grigio | Raspberry Dessert Wine | Roc Michel | Rosato di Sangiovese | Sangiovese | Teroldego | Traminer

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