Join us for an evening with Jeremy Weintraub of Site Wine Co.
Site Wines is the smallest winery ever to be featured at an ESB wine event. The owner and winemaker is Jeremy Weintraub and he produces just 400 cases a year. Yes, that’s correct – just 4,800 bottles!
Jeremy is the acclaimed head winemaker of Adelaida in Paso. He separately created Site to give himself full freedom of expression in making wine. He sources his fruit from select vineyards in Santa Barbara County. Their terroir is critical, which led to him naming his winery Site. It is a one-man show, he does everything no matter how menial the task.
There is no tasting room, customers find Site via personal referrals. Jeremy also sells by word of mouth to top restaurants across the country. Amazingly you will find Site Wines on the wine lists of 7 of the 14 Michelin 3-starred restaurants in the US, including The French Laundry in Napa and Single Thread in Sonoma, as well as others in LA, SF and NYC.
ESB discovered Jeremy and Site through our Wine Ambassador Jeremy Allen, who has been buying and drinking these wines for several years. (Dare we say it is a ‘tale of two Jeremys’…) ESB is really proud to bring Site to its members, in a not-to-be missed tasting!
IMPORTANT NOTE: This event is being held in our pre-COVID-19 location, which is an incredibly special private home. In order for this to take place, the host kindly requires all attendees be vaccinated.
For this winemaker evening, Jeremy will be featuring 5 different wines. Wines will be available for purchase.
2017 SITE Roussanne Stolpman Vineyards
2017 SITE Grenache Larner Vineyard
2017 SITE Red Wine Larner Vineyard
2017 SITE Syrah Bien Nacido Vineyards
2014 SITE Syrah Bien Nacido Vineyards
“Come for the wine, stay for the winemaker, leave with a bottle!”
The Winemaker evening takes place in a very special and unique Santa Barbara home with a view like no other. This modern home, with its large arched glass walls, features an unusual panoramic northern view looking across the bay; from Ventura in the east, along the mountains past the 154 San Marcos pass, to Gaviota in the west. Truly a sight!