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Trace California’s wine making back 100 years and you’ll find its roots are in SoMa—not Sonoma or even Napa. You see, whilst Isadora Duncan adorned the Market street stage and Jack London immortalized the working man in South of the Slot; SoMa’s vintners created their own works of art—in bottles. Sadly, SOMA’s renaissance ended in the fiery aftermath of 1906 earthquake. And the 21st amendment quenched all desire to rebuild. Until now.
We’re growers (yes, we have our own vineyard). We’re vintners. But we don’t just make wine. We craft it. Our focus is on palate-friendly, ageworthy Pinot Noir and what we call the distinct Bluxome Sauvignon Blanc.
All the fruit for our wines is sourced from cool climate regions within 100 miles of San Francisco, because those are what we believe produce the best, most captivating wines.