Ex Post Facto Santa Barbara County Syrah

$36
2020
750ml

In the warm summer months, we provide refrigerated transportation and complementary ice packs in your shipment to keep your wine cool.

In the warm summer months, we provide refrigerated transportation and complementary ice packs in your shipment to keep your wine cool.

Unbeknownst to many, Winemaker Greg Brewer has been crafting seductive and compelling Syrah for 25 years. It’s not Syrah through a Pinot Noir producer’s perspective; it is Syrah through the lens of experience in distinctive cool-climate Santa Barbara wine country. The release of our fourth vintage delivers the exacting texture and pleasure you have come to know. Ex Post Facto, translated to mean “After the Fact”, encapsulates Greg’s slightly deviant desire to go outside his Brewer-Clifton paradigm to explore an outside muse.

CRAFT
Sixty days on the skins and stems. Most exhausted cooperage. We strive for whole cluster fermentation. We farm with a focus of ripening the stems alongside the fruit, allowing the cluster to be in harmony. Working with the stems allows for wines that are structured, earthy and balanced with our beautiful Santa Barbara County fruit

CELLARING
All of the wines are produced with the intention of aging and cellaring for at least 10 years and can easily be enjoyed after 15 years. 

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Dried blackberry
Peppercorn, black cherry, raspberry
Firm, dry, persistent
CCSW Certified

We have an uncompromising commitment to quality. Using sustainable and organic farming methods, we work to achieve a balance between the site, the vines, and the microclimates in each vineyard.

93 Points
AG
June 2022
92 Points
JD
August 2022

Collection Packs

Brewer-Clifton, Diatom, Ex Post Facto By Greg Brewer Portfolio Pack Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Syrah

$139
2020, 2020, 2020, 2020
4 bottles

A collection that allows you to explore the different styles of Greg Brewer’s winemaking. This...

About Santa Barbara County

Bar-M Vineyard in Santa Barbara County

About Santa Barbara County

Santa Barbara County is one of the oldest and dynamic wine producing areas in California, home to seven American Viticulture Areas (AVA’s). The distinctive valleys in this region open toward the ocean, resulting in oceanic soils and contributing to the savory characteristics found in our wines.