Why Hollow Wines?
We guarantee our wines to be low in sulfites! (50 mg/L or less!)
The growing concern among most wine consumers is the addition of free sulfur dioxide in wine, we call it Free S02. While it is pretty much impossible to have a totally sulfite free wine (this is because sulfur is a natural bi-product of the fermentation process), we use and independent 3rd party lab to guarantee our wines have low Free SO2! We promise to test every one of our wines. We hope you enjoy your wine and if you have any questions email me at email@example.com.
How it works!
Sign up to receive our weekly e-mails! Each week we will release between 20 and 400 cases of small production premium California wine. Cases are sold only to those in our club and then to those on the mailing list, so be sure to sign up! There is no cost to join. If you don't want a full case don't worry; the option to buy selected wines is available after case allocations have been made.
Our Crazy Founder
"Quinn" the Bear Hobbs, when not surfing or hanging out with his beautiful wife and daughter, can be found doing all things wine. Whether he is crushing grapes on the stomp pad or just sipping back another fantastic bottle of wine, there isn't anything Quinn would rather do than talk wine.
Meet "Cash Is Clay"!
Cash is Clay is a terrible name that I came up with for our newest qveri that will be featuring some fantastic wines under our new secret label (TBA). This beautiful qveri is made with amphora clay in Northern Italy. It is representative of the way old world wine was made in Georgia (not the state, the country near Turkey and Russia).
Concrete Tastes FANTASTIC!
Many people's heads spin when they hear the word concrete in winemaking. The French have been using concrete for both fermentation and aging for decades, and the end products are fantastic. I look forward to sharing some of our newest wines with you from our concrete tank!
Sometimes I'm out there on my own, checking on my grapes, especially during these times when social distancing is essential. It is necessary to spend a lot of time with your grapes throughout the vintage to understand what to expect during harvest. Believe it or not, 90% or more of winemaking happens in the vineyard. Crushing grapes to make juice is the fun part.
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