Enjoy free membership in our wine club and receive special wine selections 4 times a year plus wine club discounts all of the time. It’s a great way to be an ongoing part of Condor’s Hope. Learn more about wine club privileges and become a member.
Our grapes are grown in the traditional head-pruned, dry farmed method to bring you bold, complex wines that give you the full essence of each varietal. To order wines that are currently available, please use our Order Form. After you complete it, email or mail it to us. Also, stop by and taste our wines at any of our upcoming Events and at the Santa Cruz Area Farmers Markets. Coming soon: our online store!
A robust red wine with fruit forward fullness. Grown with dry-farming methods in Santa Barbara County and kept in American Oak barrels for 12-20 months. Winemaker: J.P. Pawloski of River Run Vintners.
Full-bodied smoky overtones of plum. Grown with dry-farming methods in Santa Barbara County and kept in American Oak barrels for 15-20 months. Winemaker: Colin McNany of La Honda Winery.
Blush blend of Zinfandel, Mourvédre, and Mission grapes crafted into a dry Rosé in the French tradition. Grown in Santa Barbara County. Winemaker: J.P. Pawloski of River Run Vintners.
A truly unique white wine. Traditionally grown throughout much of southern Spain, this variety thrives on heat and dryness. We are one of the few producers of this wine outside of Spain. Grown in Santa Barbara County. Winemaker: J.P. Pawloski of River Run Vintners.
Benito Dusi grew up on the vineyard that he farms today just south of Paso Robles, California. He carefully tends Zinfandel vines grown in the traditional dry-farmed, head-pruned style that he learned from his father. We met Ben when we began planting our vineyard in 1997. He became our mentor, teaching us these traditional techniques to use at Condor’s Hope. We are very pleased to be one of the few small producers of wine from Benito Dusi’s old vine Zinfandel. Grown in Paso Robles and kept in American Oak barrels for over 20 months. Winemaker: J.P. Pawloski of River Run Vintners.