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Laguna Canyon Winery

Laguna Canyon Winery Welcome to Laguna Canyon Winery. Our journey begins in Vancouver, British Columbia where my brother Darren and I bought our first urban winery in 1994. We began producing Cabernet, Merlot, Shiraz, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Three years later we built another urban winery in the Vancouver area to expand operations. Since then we have been importing grapes from California, Washington, Oregon and the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia to ship them temperature controlled to the Vancouver wineries. A decade later as operations still continue in Canada, we decided to move to California and start a 3rd winery; the very place where we import most of our grapes into Canada. We thought it would be very interesting to build a winery in the largest grape growing region in North America, and continue to expand our market into the United States. Over the years we've developed a fruit forward winemaking style that is sure to please the palette. In addition, we recently hired our Italian Winemaster, 'Gianni Seminari' of Italy to do all our our wine blending. We will continue to focus on quality and not quantity. Our goal is to source out the very best grapes and continue to produce the highest quality wine just as our customers in Canada have come to expect.

Directions
Laguna Canyon Winery is located in scenic Laguna Beach, California along Laguna Canyon Road approximately 1 mile north of Pacific Coast Highway or about 5 miles south of the 5 Freeway.


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2133 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, CA, US, 92651 Email: info@lagunacanyonwinery.com
Phone: 949-715-9463 Web: www.lagunacanyonwinery.com
Fax: 949-666-7085
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  Cabernet Sauvignon - Paso Robles
Full body, lots of tannins and a full 18 months in oak barrels make this wine the most powerful red in the lot. This wine will age for ten more years, but it is very pleasant in its early stage of life. Be gentle and patient with it: decant and allow a few hours before drinking. Pairs well with red meat, rack of lamb and roast pork, and is excellent with beef tenderloin and sautéed wild mushrooms.
  Chardonnay - Monterey
This oak barrel fermented and aged wine has vanilla tones combined with tropical fruit on the nose. Full-bodied with definite mouth feel and long lasting finish, this wine pairs well with poultry, seafood and fish. It can also be satisfying with roast veal and pork. Excellent for a summer party or an important reception.
  Chardonnay–Lodi
Medium-bodied with lots of vanilla and toasty character, this wine is well balanced with citrus undertones. This makes a good table wine that pairs well with pasta dishes, chicken and barbequed sausages. Serve chilled but not cold. Enjoy it with your best meat dish, good old cheese or even with a chocolate after dinner. Perfect with polenta and Gorgonzola.
  Meritage - (Bordeaux Blend) - Paso Robles/Sonoma/Mendocino
Beautifully balanced blend of 55% Cabernet Sauvignon (Paso Robles), 37% Merlot (Sonoma), & 8% Malbec (Mendocino). Full bodied wine with tones of black cherries& black berries . Pairs with red meat, aged cheese and chocolate.
  Merlot–California
Dark ruby color with aromas of oak & blackberry. This wine is medium-dry, with an abundance of fruit and flavor to balance the firm tannins. Subtle acid presence will marry excellent with steaks, red sauce pastas and barbecued foods. Aged in Hungarian oak for 12 months.
  Mosaic 1V
Beautifully balanced blend of 55% Cabernet Sauvignon (Paso Robles), 37% Merlot (Sonoma), & 8% Malbec (Mendocino). Full bodied wine with tones of black cherries& black berries . Pairs with red meat, aged cheese and chocolate.
  Pinot Grigio-Italy
This wine is medium-bodied, refreshing and clean with good fruit structure accompanied by a subtle oak aroma. Fermented on the lees for three months allows for a soft finish and subtle complexity. It pairs well with seafood and poultry but is best with salads and finger food
  Pinot Gris – Willamette Valley, Oregon
This wine has crisp and spicy aromas, accented with citrus and melon flavors. A long fruity finish pairs well with chicken, fish and white sauces.
  Pinot Noir - Carneros, Sonoma
100 % Pinot Noir from the Carneros region of Sonoma produce this exquisite soft and velvety wine that is not darkened by Malbec or Petite Syrah. Strawberry and clove aromas compliment a subtle smoky French oak bouquet. Powerful maraschino cherries and ripe pomegranate flavors will pair excellent with cedar plank salmon or red vinaigrette salads
  Raspberry Sparkling Wine – California
Just in time for the holiday season, this sparkling wine is perfect for a toast to all your holiday events. Mild flavors of raspberry essence and boasting abundant effervescence to please all.
  Riesling - Solano County
This wine is clean and crisp with nutmeg and pineapple undertones. A touch of Orange Muscat reveals a subtle orange essence bouquet complimented with flavors of lime, lemon and a touch of lychee make for a great sipping wine for any social occasion. Pair with white fish, white pasta salads and spicy Asian food.
  Sangiovese - Chalk Hill, Sonoma
The grape is originally from Italy where it produces the great Brunello and Chianti.In North America it delivers a fruity wine that matures early .aged in American oak, this wine shows aromas of berry and plum, with delicious nutty undertones. The finish is medium but dry. Best enjoyed with spicy food, it pairs well with meat and chicken. It is the perfect combination with a roasted rack of lamb.
  Sauvignon Blanc
This wine has a subtle oak vanilla bouquet with refreshing, clean and crisp aromas of apples and cinnamon. Flavors of grass and lemons make this wine an excellent choice for summer barbecues appetizers and vignette salads.
  Sauvignon Blanc – Napa
Green apple and pineapple on the nose with a crisp and clean long finish. A must to have with seafood and spicy foods as well.
  Sauvignon Blanc Late Harvest Ice Wine - Santa Barbara
Distinctive and powerful aromas of grapefruit and almond. Well balanced, packing flavors of tropical fruit and mandarin orange. Dare to enjoy with rich decadent chocolate! Note: Upon the crush and press, this wine was intentionally frozen for 3 years to caramelize the sugars hence the 2001 vintage. The Sauvignon Blanc in this wine has 25% botrytis cinerea (noble rot) typical of a late harvest wine. 75% Sauvignon Blanc, 15% Orange Muscat & 10% Gewürztraminer.
  Siena 1V
Beautifully balanced blend of 40% Zinfandel (Mendocino), 30% Cabernet Sauvignon (Paso Robles), 20% Sangiovese (Sonoma) & 10% Merlot (Sierra Foothills). Forward berry aromas with red cherries, blackberries and red licorice, this medium to full bodied wine pairs well with roast meat, red sauce pastas and soft cheese.
  Syrah - Sonoma
Aromas of ripe berries and tropical fruit burst with full body character and well balanced tannin. A very long finish has a lasting impression on the palate. Aged for 2 years in Hungarian oak barrels, this wine is for the most sophisticated and exigent connoisseur. Pairs well with red meat, strong aged cheese and lamb. Decant for one hour or more before drinking.
  Zinfandel / Syrah Blend
Wine Club Members Only. 60 % Zinfandel and 40 % Syrah produce blackberry and cherry flavors yielding dominate fruit in this full-bodied wine. 12 months in French oak barrels adds a delicate vanilla and toasted aroma to its bouquet. Drink this wine now or be patient and age it for one or two years to obtain a fantastic wine for the best occasions. Roasted red meat or lamb is a good pair for this wine. Excellent for coq au vin or braised venison.
  Zinfandel Old Vine
This full-bodied wine suggests mature berries and black cherries. Aged in oak barrels for 18 months, this wine bursts with aroma of vanilla, toasted oak and smoky cedar. It is not fined nor filtered to maintain the full flavor of the grapes and the integrity of the wine

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