Did Daniel Stanger know his journey to the New World from Sundhausen, (Alsace/Lorraine) France in 1832 would eventually lead his
descendants here to Paso Robles, California? Most likely not, but we're glad it did and you will be too after you taste our estate grown wine.
We, at STANGER, wait up to 4 years after bottling to release wine at the proper time. Major wine critics have stated that our wines
will peak in 7 to 9 years. Therefore the STANGER Reserve wines are released after they have sufficiently matured in the bottle. We will not release wines
prematurely. They are, without a doubt, among the very highest quality wines. You see, our wine has an advantage. It's made from grapes grown in a perfect
place - a place in which the perfect harmony of soil and nutrients has evolved over 65 million years. That place, STANGER Vineyard at the Journey's End
Ranch, situated on the west side of Paso Robles in the Templeton Gap micro climate is ideally suited for premium wine grapes.
Current STANGER releases of our small 800 case production of handcrafted wines include 2007 Pinot Noir Reserve .. $114, 2007
Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve .. $59, 2006 Syrah Reserve .. $47, 2008 Tempranillo Reserve .. $38 and 2007 "BENCH" Cuvee .. $39. Quantities are small and
availability is limited. Wine Club memberships are still available and allow 20% discount on wine purchases. Wine Club members will receive two shipments, 6
bottles each, one in the spring & one in the fall of the most sought after STANGER wines.