Tres Hermanas Vineyard and Winery

Tres Hermanas Vineyard and Winery

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Tres Hermanas Vineyard and Winery
Phone: (805) 937-8451
Hours: Tasting Room open daily 10 am to 5 pm.
Tastings:
8

Winery

Tres Hermanas (Three Sisters) was named for the couples three daughters, Stacey, Tracey & Marcey.

Our label is a picture of the barn that exhibits the JT cattle brand, which was Marvin’s fathers brand used to identify cattle today. The barn still exists on the winery property. The ranch is still headquarters for the family cattle operation.

Our first harvest was in the fall of 2003 with the tasting room opening in July of 2007

Our Wines

Mark Horvath – Winemaker Mark Horvath began his winemaking career moonlighting with good friend and Master Sommelier Emmanuel Kimiji. The opportunity to taste and learn about wines from around the world, one on one, with one of the country’s most celebrated Sommeliers helped Mark to develop a well rounded palate. Once bit by the wine bug he became obsessed with the idea of making wine himself. Along with his wife Wendy, they quit their jobs and moved to Sonoma to immerse themselves in the wine business.

Mark took a position at Carmenet Winery, high atop Moon Mountain in the Sonoma Valley. Hired on as a cellar worker he quickly moved from there to the lab and was able to experience and gain knowledge of many aspects of the winemaking process. While at Carmenet Mark took most every course offered by UC Davis’ extension program and it was during a four-day course in Viticulture that he met a group of young winemakers from Santa Barbara County. Their passion and excitement for this up and coming wine region was highly infectious.

Mark and Wendy visited the Santa Ynez Valley many times over the next year and when Bryan Babcock advertised a position for an assistant winemaker, Mark jumped at the opportunity. Santa Barbara County had yet to gain much national attention and the Sta. Rita Hills had not yet been established as an appellation and they found themselves quickly becoming a part of this relatively new winegrowing region. Mark stayed on at Babcock for five years and spent the last two as Bryan’s Associate Winemaker, in charge of all winemaking responsibilities. While at Babcock, Mark began a new winemaking project on the side with his great friend and colleague, Kenneth Gummere.

They started with a single barrel of Pinot Noir from the 2000 vintage and with one delicious wine under their belts formed the partnership Kenneth-Crawford Wines. Over the next ten years they produced some of the regions finest and most sought after Pinot Noir, Syrah and Grenache. Never wanting a dull moment and always looking to broaden his winemaking knowledge, Mark recently took over the winemaking responsibilities at Tres Hermanas Winery. Now with the opportunity to add some Italian varietals to his repertoire of wines, Mark is excited to see how this next chapter of his winemaking story unfolds.

Events

Plan your dream event at Tres Hermanas Vineyard and Winery

Suited for a variety of events including wedding ceremonies, receptions, private parties or company events. The possibilities are endless with multiple spectacular event spaces to suit your festivity.

The Tres Hermanas Vineyard and Winery is catered to small or large events with indoor and outdoor locations. This location offers spectacular views and scenery in a quiet country environment. Event spaces include our outdoor 24,000 square feet of lawn suitable for any size tent, surrounded by our estate Syrah Vineyard, rose gardens, waterfalls, built in dance floor, and over looked by huge oak trees. The indoor facilities include our 1940’s historic barn newly restored to suit anyone’s style. Great for ceremonies and receptions! Our patio also serves as an addition to the barn, with a built in bar and catering unit, suited well for most parties.

Located on the Foxen Canyon Wine Trail, the quiet country atmosphere is a perfect place to hold your special event. This family owned cattle ranch and winery strives to insure your day is perfect on all levels. The friendly staff can provide you with local caterers and other vendors at your request. Also we have tables and chairs on site for your convenience. Please do not hesitate to call for availability we are limited on events.

Ceremony Site

This site is popular for wedding ceremonies. Enjoy your day being the head of attention reciting your vows on our oak stage centered underneath a 200 year old oak tree. This site has plenty of room for your guests to sit and enjoy your quiet ceremony while enjoying the scenic views of vineyard and surrounding mountains. Behind the stage sits huge rocks and landscaped grounds that surround a self flowed waterfall and pond.

Front Lawn

This location is the most favored for a reception site for weddings at the winery. The manicured lawn is surrounded by oak trees and roses with views of our Syrah vines. Our popular dance floor 30X30 offers enough room for guests to enjoy your music. Available at your request white lighting around the dance floor, that lights up the park. A very popular site where guests can dance under the stars.

Historic Barn

This 1940’s barn has been updated to suite anyone’s style. Great for wedding ceremonies, receptions or any public or private event. Bathrooms and bar available inside for easy convenience, all wheelchair accessible.

Patio

Our patio is perfect to entertain guests before and after your event. With a built in catering unit and bar it suites well for any size festivity.
Tres Hermanas Vineyard WineryFounded in 2001 by Marvin Paulette Teixeira with the planting of a small vineyard on their cattle ranch.Tres Hermanas (Three Sisters) was named for the couples three daughters, Stacey, Tracey Marcey.Our label is a picture of the barn that exhibits the JT cattle brand, which was Marvins fathers brand used to identify cattle today. The barn still exists on the winery property. The ranch is still headquarters for the family cattle operation.Our first harvest was in the fall of 2003 with the tasting room opening in July of 2007

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