Joey Tensley launched Tensley Wines with one single goal, to start a well-priced brand that let the unique vineyards of Santa Barbara County speak for themselves. While justly famous for his Syrahs, which have made the Wine Spectator's Top 100 and scored 99 points with Robert Parker, he also does a great job with other varietals.
On the day we celebrate our country's birthday, we like to celebrate with some warm weather and BBQ friendly wines. Come sample them before the Fourth, and stock up for your BBQ.
Sonoma County is one of the most diverse wine grape growing regions in California. It has thirteen unique AVA's and grows more than fifty different grape varietals. Join us as we pour an array of delicious wines from some of Sonoma County's best wineries.
Since their 2006 opening, The Lost Abbey has been producing some of the best beers in San Diego. For this tasting, we are digging deep into our library to bring you their very best Sours and Wild Ales.
The Lost Abbey & New Belgium- Mo' Betta Bretta 2012
Blonde Ale with Brettanomyces- San Marcos, California (6.3% alc.)
The Lost Abbey - Saint's Devotion 2013
Brett-Finished Belgian Blonde - San Marcos, California (6.8% alc.)
The Lost Abbey - Red Poppy 2012
Sour Ale with Poppy Seeds & Cherries aged in Oak Barrels- San Marcos, California (5.0% alc.)
The Lost Abbey - Cuvee De Tomme 2012
Sour Ale with Raisins & Cherries aged in Bourbon Barrels- San Marcos, California (11.0% alc.)
Come in for this special $26 taster flight.
We have limited amounts, first come first served. Flight is subject to change.
Please remember all drinks need to be consumed before our closing times.
Management reserves the right to substitute items being tasted.
In 2012, King Harbor Brewing founders Will Daines and Tom Dunbabin had the great epiphany - that the corporate world was just not for them. Both being big beer fans, they decided to open their own brewery. Since they had no formal brewing experience, they found brewer Phil McDaniel (Siebel, Stone, & The Bruery), who has the propensity for making damn delicious beer.