(805) 735-9184 1704 Industrial Way
Lompoc, CA 93436
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Born of an obsession with Santa Barbara County terroir, we formed Brewer - Clifton in the early 1990’s. We both had significant sales and production experience with a multitude of Santa Barbara County wineries, and always felt compelled to push the limits of the fruit from the area further than our previous employers had set forth to do. We set out to put the essence of the best vineyards in the area into a bottle. Cargasacchi VineyardBrewer - Clifton focus solely on site-expressive wines from the Sta. Rita Hills appellation using Chardonnay and Pinot Noir as voices of place. The area's long growing seasons and diversity of marine-based soils combine to produce dynamic and explosive wines with great purity and precision. Each vineyard site is nurtured identically, allowing the pedigree of place to play the most significant role in our portfolio of wines. From our initial production of 1996, our pursuit has been to express the individual identity of particular sites within our appellation. Read more »

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  • Had a great first full day here in south central California. Started off with a very good breakfast at the ForFriends B&B in Santa Ynez. Too early for any of the tasting rooms to be open so we headed down to Jalama beach for some salt air and scenery. Beautiful beach with some interesting campsites and about a half dozen surfers enjoying some mo... Read More

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  • DM, I'm glad you asked, here's what I have so far:Staying in Santa Ynez Sat-W, probably going to miss the Farmer's Market, which is a shame since both the CFO and I really enjoy them.On Sunday we'll be stomping around the Lompoc wine ghetto. Planning to taste at Palmina, Samsara Wines, Arcadian Winery and Bratcher Winery and Piedrasassi Wine & B... Read More

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  • Wow! This thread is getting a lot of responses! Way to make me feel welcomed! ... ... too. I finished off the Brewer Clifton tonight and always enjoy how a wine tastes the second day. My wife is out of town otherwise it would have been gone yesterday! Here's a picture of her and her girlfriend! jK&nbs Read More

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  • Copied from my post in the Whatcha drinking thread, come clean now Greg!Nice ... ... turned out to be the Brewer Clifton Ashley's. I think his comment afterwards was that it was '"Damned good!&quo Read More

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  • Hey, Al the first, this is getting a great response, so I am piling on, too.  Welcome.  Stick around and have some fun here.  First rule is that if anything OT says seems snarky, it is, but it's all in fun.  Second is that you aren't really a regular until you get GregT on a rant.  You almost had him with the Brewer-Clifton, but he might be out ... Read More

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  • Nice choice Al#1, I remember a year or two back when our own GregT (well known ... ... turned out to be the Brewer Clifton Ashley's. I think his comment afterwards was that it was '"Damned good!&quo Read More

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  • Brewer-Clifton is well known in Santa Barbara County and has a reputation as being one of the best houses in our area.  This Pinot Noir from the Santa Rita Hills is the first BC wine I have tried and now I'm kicking myself for not trying it sooner. At $50-$60 a bottle it's pricey but wow what a nice pinot! Strong Cherry notes now getting some gr... Read More

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  • After rehearsal tonight I opened a Brewer-Clifton Mt. Carmel Pinot Noir 2010 Santa Rita Hills vineyard and although I think it is a bit young it is very enjoyable. Brewer -Clifton is located in Lompoc, Ca. In what we call the Wine Ghetto. This is a very fruit forward mid range tannin Pinot that indicate to me that this could lay down five years.... Read More

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  • This is my first post. I'm not sure this is for me but I'm giving it a go. on first blush this looks like it could be fun and educational.  Read More

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  • Dave, Chardonnay has been the most impressive grape coming out of Santa Barbara ... ... easily trade these for Brewer Clifton and Stolpman.&nbs Read More

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