From the harvest, to the crush, punching down, bottling and labeling everything is done by hand with love.
Pressing is the act of applying pressure to grapes or pomace in order to separate juice or wine from grapes and grape skins. Pressing is not always a necessary act in winemaking; if grapes are crushed there is a considerable amount of juice immediately liberated (called free-run juice) that can be used for vinification. Typically this free-run juice is of a higher quality than the press juice.
Made with locally grown grapes, Las Flores focuses on keeping our carbon footprint to a minimum, while supporting the local community.
We only use the best locally grown grapes when crafting a variety of wine offerings such as Chardonnay, Syrah, Tempranillo, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Sirah and Zinfandel. We also offer our Grand Cuvee, Raspberry, Peach and Almond Sparkling Wines; a perfect way to celebrate any occasion.