McCay Cellars is a small family winery: With great consideration our wines are handcrafted from start to finish. From the fields to the bottle, we monitor every detail to make sure our wines are of the finest quality.
This dry Rose’ of Grenache exhibits notes of Strawberry, Stone Peach with hints of Red Ruby Grapefruit. Well balanced and round through the palate crafted in a traditional old world style using Native fermentation and produced in stainless steel. Appellation: Lodi Alcohol: 12.5% Native Fermentation Winemaker: Michael J McCay
This Dry Rose’ of Cinsault exhibits notes of Strawberry, Raspberry and Stone Fruit. Well balanced and round through the palate crafted in a traditional old world style using Native fermentation and produced in stainless steel. Appellation: Lodi Alcohol: 12.5% / Native Fermentation Winemaker: Michael J McCay
Beautiful aromas of red fruits, licorice and black pepper, flavores of cherry and spice that lends a welcome sense of delicacy. The wine is quite dry but flavorful along the spiced and macerated red and black berry and plum range, and it’s powered by vibrant acidity for propulsive energy. Tannins, on the other hand, feeling carved from dusty underbrush, briers and brambles, are tranquil, deeply set and inexorable. 100 percent Grenache aged in neutral oak with native fermentation. Appellation: Lodi, Winemaker: Michael J McCay.
An elegant westside vintage of Zinfandel grown by the Bonotto Family. Exhilarating fruit showing characteristics of Red and Black fruit. On the front Raspberry, Red Cherry come across the palate. Once this Zinfandel has moved to the back of your palate a show of Black Berry, Dark Plum and Date start to explode, all the time wrap with a rich Blueberry nose, Dry Sandalwood, soft Vanilla-edged Cherry/Huckleberry, bolstered by fine, tight-knit tannins.
We are happy to have teamed up with Temple Coffee Roasters form Sacramento:
FROM FARM TO CUP
Our Farm to Cup coffee sourcing model incorporates three pillars of sustainability: social, economic, and environmental. We maintain strong, trusting relationships with the producers and farms where we source our coffee. We consistently pay well above Fair Trade prices to our suppliers in order to provide financial stability for them and their workers. We also prioritize working with producers who reduce their environmental impact through water conservation, forest preservation, and shade management.
The journey from Farm to Cup involves many complex steps, requiring careful attention throughout the entire process. From harvesting, milling, transportation, packing, exportation, importation, roasting, and brewing we are deliberate and meticulous every step of the way to ensure that every cup of coffee served is of the highest quality...Temple Coffee Roasters
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Visiting McCay Cellars
Wine Tastings offered: Thursday through Sunday 11am to 5pm