1. Brecon named "Winery of the Year 2016" by Doug Wilder, purely domestic wine report

    Great news from the purely domestic wine report, a very prestigious independent review publication for wine industry insiders based in Napa by Doug Wilder. Damian was “initially surprised and pretty humbled before fully appreciating the magnitude of this latest award as it represents the breadth of our winery's offerings and customer experience, rather than a single exquisite wine. It also emanates from a publication truly influential in the wine industry.” 



  2. Brecon receives a Wine Enthusiast Best of Year!

    Brecon’s 2015 True Acacia Head makes Wine Enthusiast’s December Best of Year issue. Merry Christmas to those of you still holding on to this sold-out award winner! “Made in barrels that have acacia wood on the heads, this bottling initially shows aromatic lemongrass and cut-grass greenness before offering riper peach, pear and almond oil on the nose. It tightens up on the sip, where tart apple skins, green pear and light honeysuckle flavors arise.”

  3. Brecon's 2014 Petit Verdot receives a GOLD from Wine Enthusiast!

    Brecon’s 2014 Petit Verdot (Templeton Gap) scored 90 points in the November issue of Wine Enthusiast. “In Blackberry and black cassis meet with deep lilacs on the rich but somewhat single-toned nose of this bottling. The palate is bursting with fresh blackberrry juice, leveled by touches of cedar and pipe tobacco.”

  4. The Somm Journal reviews Albarino's from the Central Coast!

    Great read in the fall issue of The Somm Journal about California’s Albarino and the Albarino Summit at Brecon. Join us next year?


  5. Brecon's new Vintages carry on our 90+ scoring streak!

    Thanks to our 2014 Vintages, Brecon is up to seventy 90+ scores in just over two years, including these latest scores in Vinous!
    Petite Sirah 91 pts.
    Meritage 90 pts.
    Mourvedre 90 pts.
    Syrah 90 pts.

  6. Brecon's Cab Franc featured in September issue of Wine Business Monthly's Varietal Focus

    If you're a fan of Brecon Estate's Cab Franc, you'll love the Varietal Focus section in the September issue of Wine Business Monthly. Damian even gives away some of his tips on how he tames this "randy" varietal into an award winner.