Wine Releases

2015 Mana


Napa Valley, California
Cabernet Sauvignon 88% Cabernet Sauvignon Clones, 12% Petit Verdot
2 Barrels Produced from Spring Mountain, Atlas Peak and Diamond Mountain. 
Darnajou and Taransaud Barrels 80% New French Oak and 20% Once Used French Oak
14.7% ALC by Vol.

Deep garnet in color. This wine has a sophisticated bouquet of honeyed cassis, dark chocolate, toasted nuts and hints of pipe tobacco. The all mountain fruit of Atlas Peak, Diamond Mountain and Spring Mountain have well integrated tannins that provide great structure. The finish is lush and pleasing with notes of Cherry, Plum and leathery spice.

Mana in Hawaiian means powerful.

2015 Hapa


Napa Valley, California
Red Wine 52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 26% Cabernet Franc, 22% Merlot
2 Barrels Produced from various Napa Valley Benchlands Vineyards 
Mix French Coopers 50% New French Oak and 50% Once Used French Oak
14.7% ALC by Vol.

Providing a rich aroma of red currants, blackberry with notes of cedar, this dark, garnet colored wine is filled with sophisticated layers. As the wine begins to open, hints of licorice, cherry and dates are introduced and linger on the pallet. This balanced and sensual wine gives way to well integrated and supple tannins.

Hapa in Hawaiian means mixed or blend.

2017 Hoku


Napa Valley, California
White Wine Blend 68% Sauvignon Musqué, 32% Sauvignon Blanc
2 Barrels Produced from Towne Vineyard
Taransaud Barrels 20% New French Oak and 80% Used French Oak
14.1% ALC by Vol.

Tropical notes of fresh lime peal and pomelo meld well with the floral essence of lily, honey suckle, and lychee. The Pallet is flush with pear and toasted coconut. The mouth feel is lush and full while the acidity is balanced and lingering.

Hoku in Hawaiian means star or bright.