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Fall Is A Time For Change And That’s A Good Thing!

By Lisa Mesa on Sep 15, 2020 at 12:33 PM in The Good Life

New season = new flavors! I know it’s still summer for a few more weeks and probably our hottest weeks at that and I know that we are right smack in the middle of harvest so all the hard work has just begun. BUT, I also know, that I am looking for anything to change my daily routine at this point. I am looking for SOMETHING to look forward to! Enter in FALL! In just days, our season officially changes and while the weather may not be any different, my mindset will be and as will our shelves!

We have some amazing new selections arriving that will tantalize your taste buds and help you shift your mindset as well!

Habit Wine Company by Jeff Fischer

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Happy Canyon, the micro climate, the soil, the soft pacific breeze all combine to give birth to some of the finest Bordeaux grape varietals to come out of California. And after years of searching almost every corner of California and beyond, Jeff Fischer knew immediately that he had found his grape!!!

Habit is fortunate to work closely with the best vineyard sites throughout Santa Barbara County. Working with the most amazing team of viticulturists, Jeff selects his own rows and blocks in these amazing vineyards to give birth to Habit wines.

McGinley and Vogelzang - Happy Canyon

Jurassic Park, Rancho Arroyo Perdido, Coquelicot and Demetria - Santa Ynez

All of these vineyards are managed by Coastal Vineyard Care Association (CVCA) which has a strong commitment to farming using sustainable, organic and bio-dynamic practices. CVCA believes deeply in these practices, having first worked on organic farms in 1980.

Current available releases:

  • 2019 Sauvignon Blanc
  • 2018 Grenache Noir
  • 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon


J. Dirt Wines by Brook Williams

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J. Dirt Wines was founded by a husband and wife team that in 2020 celebrated their 31st year in the wine business. During the past 10 years, they have been growing wine grapes for others craft wineries (such as Dragonette, Storm, Story of Soil, just to name a few!), but they found they needed more and started what owner, Brook Williams, calls their “side hustle”. The J. Dirt Demeter Certified Bio dynamic vineyard AND wine making started back in 2013. They own almost 700 acres and only actively manage about 200 acres. The remaining acreage is left untouched as wildlife habitat and water shed. The wine making goal each year is to find the blocks and varieties that most represent the uniqueness of each vineyard site and the character of the growing season. Then using the Bio dynamically grown grapes and applying Bio dynamic wine making practices, J. Dirt highlight the purity of each wine’s sense of place and time. You are probably VERY familiar with their vineyards: Duvarita, Slide Hill and Christy & Wise. The Williams only produce two wines and we have them here just for you!

  • 2018 Duvarita Viognier
  • 2017 Slide Hill Syrah


Common Space Brewery, Hawthorn (yes, LA County!).

Founded by Brett Knapp, Dave Childress, and Ryan Filippini. Head brewer, Kushal Hall

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“We all come from different backgrounds and have different life experiences but we share one similar goal: build a brewery, make great beer, and help us all find a Common Space. We believe that people are more similar than different and beer has the power to help us all find a Common Space.”

Food Fight: Hazy IPA – Reminds us of: PINEAPPLE - GUAVA - FRUIT SNACKS

Josie's Wit: Wit Beer – Reminds us of: CITRUS - CORIANDER – SUMMER

Matcha Latte: Dessert Wit Beer – Reminds us of: SMOOTH - CREAMY - DELIGHT


Moonlight Brewing Co., Santa Rosa.

Founded in 1992 by Brian Hunt

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The Moonlight brewery and processes are on the traditional pre-industrial side. They use a single-step infusion mash and boil in a direct fire copper kettle. The resulting ales and lagers are mostly Continental, British, and post-modern American. The myriad of malts and hops they play with come from Europe and North America in Brian's never-ending pursuit of delicious beer.

Reality Czeck Pilsner – Czech style Pilsner. Soft, delicate and clean with a distinct freshness reminiscent of fresh baked bread and dreamy floral hops.

Death & Taxes - A San Fransisco-Style Black Lager. Deceptively light-bodied and highly drinkable. Drinks like iced coffee with a different effect.

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