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Bold, bright, distinctive.
Peak flavors come from peak vineyards. Located in the Coastal Ranges of northeastern Lake County, the High Valley AVA rises between 1,600 and 3,000 feet in elevation, providing desirable conditions for our finest mountain fruit. Here, grapes enjoy a longer ripening season, resulting in complex and intense varietal character you won’t find anywhere else on earth.
Here, grapes enjoy a longer ripening season, resulting in complex and intense varietal character you won’t find anywhere else on earth.
Take your in-home watering hole to the next level. Enter to win the #BuildYourBuckShack sweepstakes, and you could win a home bar design from leading #DIY’er @tmbrman or @tarynwhiteaker_designs *AND* the money to make it all happen. Click the link in our bio to enter today!
Nate Halverson, aka @tmbrman has grown his passion for #woodworking into a lifestyle through building furniture, #decor, and everything in between. His story started with the simple construction of a coffee table from a pallet and skyrocketed from there.
Click the link in the bio to learn more about Nate and enter to win a custom home #bar makeover designed by him!
There are #wines for restrained, erudite conversations, and then there are wines for rollicking good times. Buck Shack is the latter.
Nestled deep in the @ShannonFamilyOfWines #vineyards stood a dilapidated 100-year-old skinning shed called “Ye Old Buck Shack.” We loved its rugged beauty and the history of this old building, so we restored it.
Inspired by everything the #BuckShack represented, we created a #wine that captured the authenticity and wildness of Lake County—wines that go hand-in-hand with good times and bad judgment.
Click the link in the bio to learn more about Buck Shack wines and enter to win your very own custom home bar!
Bees aren't needed to fertilize grapevines, which are usually propagated from cuttings. Nonetheless, bees are crucial to the annual harvest on the Shannon vineyards. Why?
Because the agricultural health of our property depends on these beneficial insects. They are the primary pollinators for numerous plants up and down the vineyard, helping to keep nitrogen levels in balance.
The presence of bees is a sign that we've got a thriving ecosystem. Next time you toast a glass of vino—from our family of wines, of course—give thanks to these busy workers.
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Our Buck Shack Wines are only $200 a case until June 30th, don’t miss it!
Good Times Santa Cruz is raving about the unique flavor of our Buck Shack Bourbon Barrel Cab.
“Yes, folks, there’s a touch of bourbon in every swig; this bold and rustic red is aged in old bourbon barrels. You just have to try it for yourselves to experience all of the nuances of a good wine—with a tad of Kentucky’s pride and joy”
Good times, indeed. Thanks for the shoutout, @GoodTimesSC!
Click the link in bio to bring home some of this bourbon-touched goodness....
Meet #DYI’er extraordinaire, @tarynwhiteaker_designs! Taryn is the voice of #homedecor style behind Taryn Whiteaker Designs. Taryn established her brand over 9 years ago in hopes of inspiring others with design ideas and #DIYtutorials.
Click the link in the bio to learn more about Taryn and enter to win a custom home bar makeover designed by her!
Anticipation is a frequent visitor at the vineyards.
During winter, you're anticipating the first flush of buds on the vines come spring. In springtime, you're looking forward to seeing the clusters of fruit grow heavier and heavier throughout the summer. And, of course, everyone eagerly awaits the fall harvest—and the magic that happens after the wine is bottled.
Right now, we're anticipating our busy summer season. Be sure to make a reservation at one of our tasting rooms (click link in bio) and check back often for special events throughout the season....