Paul Hobbs Winery

Meticulous vineyard management followed by minimally-invasive winemaking techniques is Paul Hobbs' approach for producing wines that express the vineyard origins with utmost depth, complexity and authenticity; in other words, wines with a sense of place. His wines are fermented with native yeasts, aged in French oak and bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Paul's California and Argentine wines earn top praise from critics and consumers, alike. In 2004, he was named "Most important winemaker in California" by The Quarterly Review of Wines. Robert Parker, Jr. has twice named Paul a "Wine Personality of the Year" and has dubbed him "a truffle hunting dog" for his demonstrated prowess in identifying and working with world-class vineyards.