Mosby Dolcetto is produced from carefully tended estate-grown grapes, creating a full-bodied wine that can be enjoyed with everyday meals. The Mosby Dolcetto has brilliant aromatics of brown spice, herbs and white pepper. Mouth-filling flavors of yellow-fleshed plum and cola lead to the honest, lingering finish. We like to serve our Dolcetto with interesting cheeses, hearty pastas, grilled meats or pizza.
We currently have the 2012 and 2013 Vintages available
Harvested from a small orchard in San Benito County, California. These perfectly ripened plums were artfully fermented and distilled by Bill Mosby under the Rabbinical supervision of Rabbi Yonah Bookstein. This exceptional brandy (Slivovitz) is certified Kosher for Passover L’ Mehadrin.
The Lagrein grape is named after the Lagarina Valley of Trentino, although it is now primarily grown at Gries on the outskirts of Bolzano.
An extremely rare grape in the United States, we know of only a handful of vineyards in California. Bill was able to procure these grapes from the French Camp Vineyard.
This velvety violet colored wine offers aromas of dark plums, cocoa and wild wood mint. The rich mouth feel and flavor of ripe black currants finish with soft tannins.
Enjoy this wine with rich red meat or mushroom-based dishes, such as roasted prime rib, Porcini risotto or stroganoff.
We currently have 2012 and 2013 Vintages available
Lucca is named after a picturesque village in Tuscany.
This non-vintage, Sangiovese-based blend, red has a nose of dark berry and sweet brown spice. The flavor has classic elements of bright berry fruit with hints of forest floor and is supported by a firm tannic finish.
The wine was aged in older French oak barrels which preserves the bright fruit character and smooth finish. Open now . . . or hold.
This is a perfect wine for everyday meals, and pairs very well with pastas in tomato sauces, veal dishes, poultry, beef, or pizza. Salut!
Rose petal, forest floor, cola and pipe tobacco are some of the intoxicating scents this Nebbiolo has to offer. The first sip greets you with impressions of violets, dark cherries, raspberries and licorice. While the fruit flavors remain dominant, the robust tannins create a pleasantly gripping mouth feel representative of the varietal. Although this rambunctious youngster is delicious now with hearty dishes such as roasted or braised meats, the wine will continue to evolve through 2025.
The Mosby Ossessione is our first true Italian import. Bill traveled to Italy and worked in conjunction with grape growers there to produce this wine. The grapes are from a pampered vineyard located in the rolling hills of the Marche, Italy. Swept and cooled by breezes off the Adriatic Sea, this area is renowned for its intensely-flavored Montepulciano grapes. These are the true varietal grapes of Montepulciano, not the Montepulciano Nobile grapes, which are actually Sangiovese. The Montepulciano varietal wine most commonly sold in this country is the Montepulciano D’Abruzzo.
True to its heritage, Ossessione has brilliant ruby color and an intoxicating nose with perfume-like notes of woodsy sandalwood, brown spice and maple. Flavors, of dried red currant and spice finish with medium tannins and a hint of vanilla. The wine is ready to drink now, and would paor very well with roasted meat dishes or a selection of Italian cured meats served in the antipasti style.
We currently have 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 vintages available.
Light and refreshing, the Mosby Pinot Grigio delights with aromas of ripe pear, apple, and vanilla bean. The crisp, citrusy taste is followed by a dry, clean finish with an element of wet stone. Historically, Pinot Grigio originates from the Fruili-Venezia Guilia of Italy. Said to be a mutation of the Pinot Noir grape, the Pinot Grigio seems unsure whether it is a red or white wine grape. Hence, grigio, meaning gray.
Bill Mosby was the first winemaker in Santa Barbara county to release Pinot Grigio wine and continues to realize much success with international acclaim.
The Mosby Roc Michel is a Rhône varietal blend of Syrah and Mourvedre. The grapes for this wine came from son Michael Mosby’s Fremir Vineyards, located in Monterey County. The name, Roc Michel, means “Michael’s rock” referring to the particular soil where the vineyard is planted and to the steadfast temperament of Michael himself. The terroir of Parkfield, earthquake capital of the world, is especially well suited for the grapes that make up this flavorful blend.
This ruby-hued, dry red wine has a succulent mouth feel and rich, ripe berry fruit with a chocolaty essence and a mysterious tropical note.
Mosby Roc Michel is a lush, satisfying wine. Enjoy it with grilled or roasted meats including beef, lamb, or game. Add dimension to hearty vegetable fare such as roasted pumpkin soup or grilled Portobello mushrooms. Equally at home served with simple desserts, as an alternative to stronger or sweeter after-dinner drinks.. Bon Appetit!
The 2018 vintage is still predominantly Cannonau (Grenache), but with an added touch of Rossolo (Mourvedre). This addition brings a bit more depth to our Rosato. Deep rose in color with blue tints, the wine has intense strawberry character and a slightly sweet finish. Delicious on its own, we also enjoy pairingour Rosato with grilled sausages, cheeses, or fried chicken. Serve chilled.