The King of Grapes
How much do you know about one of the most popular grapes there is, Cabernet Sauvignon? Continue »
Why El Dorado is our Home
You may not know that we didn’t get our winemaking start here in El Dorado County, but it’s our home now. We relocated here in 2016 after getting our start out in more coastal regions like Santa Lucia Highlands, Monterey Bay, and Santa Cruz, near where we’re originally from, and gained experience in the industry across other regions of California. Continue »
Influenced by the Rhône: Côtes du Cruz
Our Côtes du Cruz wines are Rhône style blends made with a California flair. Continue »
Winter is coming...
A cold day favorite of ours, this aromatic wine will keep you cozy on a chilly winters’ day. Continue »
End of Harvest
The grapes are all in, the juice has fermented to dryness, and now it is time to start the next phase of making wine! There is never a dull moment in any stage of the winemaking process. Continue »
Halfway there Continue »
What Does Pump Over Mean In Winemaking?
Why, When & How Do We Do Pump Over? Here's the run down from Winemaker Mica Raas. Continue »
Processing Syrah (VIDEO)
Mica Raas talks us through the de-stemming process as the Myka Cellars team processes the fruit for Syrah. Continue »
Winemaking - Art vs Science
I use a lot of science. I’m a science backed person. Continue »
Do Grapes Like to Struggle? (VIDEO)
They say grapes like struggling. They hate struggling. Everybody hates struggling. Continue »
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