Four Brix Winery

We Love What We Do

Our winery and production site do not sit amongst the beautiful vineyards. However, the most important ingredient in winemaking is the grapes.  Great wines start with great, quality vineyards.  We love taking these little round gems and turning them into amazing wines!  Check out some of the vineyards we source from.

From Paso Robles to Santa Ynez to Ojai and beyond, we choose our vineyards carefully and lovingly.

Cani Amante, Ojai

Cani Amante grew out of a love for the land, family, and of course, wine. The owners, Debbie and Ed Guerra, took one look at the 38 acre parcel in 2005 and fell in love. The views were stunning looking up from the flat 4-5 acres which would naturally become the vineyard. One side, the striking Topa Topa Mountains, the other, the hills of Nordhoff Peak on the edge of Los Padres National Forest; another, Ventura in the far distance with a sliver of Lake Casitas, and the crowning jewel, a knoll on the property which captures the infamous Ojai Pink Moment every waning afternoon.

McGourty, Paso Robles

McGourty vineyards are located in Paso Robles California, about 310 miles to the south of the Mendocino properties. The ranch was purchased by Thomas K. McGourty, the father of the brothers, in 1976. A 360 acre ranch consisting of 120 acres of dry land farmed walnuts, and 20 acres of vineyards.

Camp 4, Santa Ynez

The story of Camp 4 Vineyard begins with the late Fess Parker. After purchasing the 1,400 acre property, Parker decided to plant 256 acres of grapes on the land in 1999 and it produced its first successful crop harvest in 2003. The vineyard’s name, Camp 4, refers to the land being the fourth stop on a passage from San Francisco to Yuma, Arizona, during the stagecoach days.