Tarpon Cellars and Spotify have teamed up to release two playlists in connection with the winery’s 2018 offerings.
Hot Brands is more than a “best of” list, it’s a chance to explore new regions, varieties and winemakers that we think embody some of the latest innovations in the ever-growing, and ever-changing, wine market.
“I wanted to be a force of positive growth and good for that community, so $1 from every bottle of Tarpon Cellars sold goes to Grayton’s Guardians.”
Being a virtual winery, we have explored how young brands can connect with millennial consumers through music, events, and philanthropy. While we don’t have a tasting room of our own, we have found some creative ways to bring people together both digitally and in person.
Tarpon partnered with artist Charlie Hanavich to design and customise the tarpon painting used on the brand's labels
There’s no question that Napa Valley has paved the way for American wine in terms of quality and reputation.
The label's signature offering, the wine spent 23 months in French oak prior to bottling and showcases a striking balance in terms of extraction, fruit and oak.
Since its 2017 founding in California’s Napa Valley, Tarpon has donated more than $2,000 to CFF.
Carter wanted to buck the trend of the usual wine country fare, opting to create a more dynamic sensory experience.
Specializing in single vineyard wines that are acid-driven and designed to pair comfortably with food, Tarpon Cellars strikes a balance between power and finesse, darkness and light, age-worthiness and approachability. It is a wine that is ideally suited for both collectors and the dinner table.