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                                                                                                                                          Jarro Viejo is produced by the La Barranca Distillery, in accordance to Mexican law.  Jarro Viejo's master distiller balances this 100% Agave Tequila to maintain a full flavored spirit that has minimal sweetness and a spicy flavor.  


                                                                                                                                                                                      Frisby Cellars is owned by Josh Frisby, a Firefighter / Paramedic in Orange County who is also the Director of Wine making for Frisby Cellars. Josh's mission is to source the finest grapes from growing regions throughout California and produce limited editions of premium hand crafted wines to be offered at an affordable price.

2008 Cabernet Sauvignon
Paso Robles
OC Collection

Frisby Cellars 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon showcases rich layers of cherry, plum, and blackberry fruit that are framed by well integrated oak flavors, spices and mild tannins which lead the way to a smooth lingering finish.  Enjoy this approachable wine now or cellar to enjoy over the next several years.

Appellation -  Paso Robles AVA
Vineyard -      Dry Creek Ranch
Alcohol -        14.6%
Production -  124 cases

2009 Chardonnay
Santa Barbara
OC Collection

This vibrant Chardonnay offers complex aromas of tropical and citrus fruit with hints of lush pineapple, lemon, crisp grapefruit and honysuckle.  The same fruit characters are on the palate and are accentuated by will integrated oak undertones achieved from aging in both stainless steel and Hungarian oak barrels.  Crisp acidity compined wiht a creamy mouth filling texture provide a long and lush finish.

Appellation -  Santa Barbara County AVA
Vineyard -      Palmer Cnyn, Los Alamos
Alcohol -        14.4%
Production -  105 cases