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"Impeccable farming practices combined with expert winemaking to craft elegant, serious, yet comforting wines. You can taste the influence of classical Rhone with the rustic vibe that's Paso Robles."  - Naushad Huda

Lone Madrone started in 1996, when Neil Collins (Winemaker and Vineyard Manager at Tablas Creek since 1998), with the support of his wife Marci and sister Jackie, brought his vision to fruition.  The resultant wine was the inaugural vintage of Lone Madrone, so named for the tree that stands alone presiding over the vineyard. As they have slowly grown into the small Estate today, the philosophy has remained the same -- each wine should be distinct and what makes it distinct should be where the fruit was grown, how it was grown and who grew it.

Winemaker and the son and nephew of the Lone Madrone trio of owners, Jordan Collins, is coming down to lead a special tasting of wines. Jordan's fascination with wine began in earnest while growing up on the Tablas Creek property and his early years began with internships at local wineries, specifically iconic L’Aventure and Tablas Creek Vineyard.

Jordan has worked in France at the esteemed winery Chateau De Beaucastel, VillaCreek Cellars in Paso Robles, and Two Hands in the Barossa Valley of Australia. Following these internships and travel opportunities he returned to the family business to begin what is hopefully a long career within a close knit family of wine fanatics.

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2022 Pet-Nat Chenin Blanc, Chene Vineyard ( $40)  

Pet-Nat's are hard to come by. If you've neve had a Pet-Nat you're in for a treat! Picked early for high acid needed to make good sparkling wine, whole-cluster pressed, COLD, then fermented in 100% stainless steel.  

2022 Rose, Old Oak Vineyard ($35)

This 100% Mourvedre Rose is inspired by the dry French style Bandol Roses. Fermented in stainless steel with crisp malic acidity.  


2021 Grenache, Bassi Ranch ($60)

Located out near Avila Beach, Bassi Ranch Vineyard was a great opportunity to experiment with some cool climate Grenache. Fermented with some stem inclusion and aged in neutral barrels, this wine has great finesse and complexity. 


2021 Mourvedre, Glenrose Vineyard ($60)

Glenrose Vineyard has a firm place in Lone Madrone’s history. Destemmed, native fermentation, and aged in neutral barrels. The approach to this wine is to highlight the expression of place, Glenrose Vineyard.

2018 The Dodd, Klau Mine Vineyard ($60)

The Dodd blend has been a flagship blend for Lone Madrone since the late 2000’s. Powerful yet smooth blend thats backbone is Tannat. 40% Tannat, 25% Petit Verdot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Zinfandel. 

BONUS wine?! You never know...

COST Limited early bird tickets at $35 for the tasting of all 5 wines. Price increases after early bird is sold out. Only 40 tickets TOTAL are available for this event.


Contact us if you have questions or comments via text at 949-441-4832 or email





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Apr 27, 6:30 PM
Umami Burger Patio
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