• B&E Tasting Room

    Stop by the Saloon

    Enjoy the view of the lake and vineyard while enjoying our award winning estate wines.

  • B&E Tasting Room

    Authenic Western Decor

    Be sure to pay attention to the cutting horse pictures and tack while enjoying our award winning estate wines.

  • B&E Vineyard Lake

    Scenic Views

    Enjoy the beautiful views of Creston and the surrounding area while overlooking the lake, filled with ducks, geese and the regular visits from bald eagles.

  • 2006 Que Sera Winemakers limited production port. Blended to perfection Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah Port, aged six years in french oak. Fruit forward, smooth throughout and melts in your mouth. Pairs wonderful with dark chocolate and try mixing it in your brownies. 81% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Syrah.

    $35.00
    In Stock
  • Our 2012 Red Rhythm has a fine structure, with a rich feel in the mouth and offers fruit flavors throughout. Awards: Silver - San Francisco Chronicle - 2016 Silver - California Mid State Fair - 2015

    $32.00
    In Stock
  • Our 2013 Red Rhythm has a fine structure, with a rich feel in the mouth and offers fruit flavors throughout. Awards: Gold - Central Coast Wine Competion - 2016 Best of Class - Central Coast Wine Competion - 2016 Highest Score of Competion (97) - Central Coast Wine Competion - 2016 Silver - San Francisco Chronicle - 2016

    $32.00
    In Stock

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    Don't let geographic distance stop you from ordering our delicious wines. We can ship anywhere in the U.S.

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    805-238-4815

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Authentic Western Style Tasting Room

B&E is a real California working horse and cattle ranch and winery

A tribute to California's cowboy heritage, B&E winery continues the traditions of horses, cattle, and farming. Doc Elliott (the "E" in B&E) started a racing horse operation of running quarter horses in 1952 and throughout the years produced several world champions. In 1969, the family joined by the "B" (Bello) expanded into farming alfalfa and oat hay production. Realizing the need for water conservation years before it became popular, the vineyard operation began in 1989.