The name Mano Tinta (Red Hand in Spanish) is meant to evoke the pride and commitment of farm workers to their craft. All profits from the sale of this wine are donated to the Fund for Vineyard and Farm Workers, a charitable endowment established by Brian and Johnine Talley to support the farm worker community in San Luis Obispo County.
Ruby red in color, the 2015 Mano Tinta reveals offers brambly aromas of cassis and wild blackberry. Soft notes of fig jam, tobacco, and fennel captivate the palate. Try pairing the 2015 Mano Tinta with goat cheese or peppercorn roasted beef tenderloin.
Welcome to Talley Vineyards
Summer’s here, which is a wonderful time to visit! Our moderate Mediterranean climate is perfect for Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and for people too. I can’t think of a better way to spend an afternoon than enjoying a picnic lunch in our courtyard with a bottle of your favorite Talley Vineyards wine. If you love music, join us every other Sunday for Tunes at Talley, our popular concert series. For more tranquility, visit us mid-week, when things are quieter.
Celebrate my family’s four generation farming history and buy some of the very best produce available on the Central Coast, at the Talley Farm Stand which is open throughout the summer, Friday-Sunday from noon-4pm. It’s located immediately adjacent from the tasting room. You can even pick your own raspberries, olallieberries and blackberries right out front!
For more details about everything happening this summer, check out the events page. Cheers to summer!
Cheers! Brian Talley
All Talley Vineyards, Bishop’s Peak, and Mano Tinta wines are handcrafted at the Talley Vineyards winery to reflect three generations of family farming history in San Luis Obispo County. Many of these wines have limited availability and are only available for purchase at the winery or online.