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Kalyra Winery, Santa Ynez
(4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
With an international flair, Aussie winemaker Mike Brown infuses varietals from Australia, Portugal, France, Spain and Italy into the best of Santa Barbara County. Staying true to his roots, the Kalyra experience is legendary-- look for it in the movie 'Sideways'-- offering visitors a well-rounded wine experience in a laid-back, beachcomber and sometimes crazy vibe.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • 20 out of 10, always a good experience. If you visit, do your tasting with Adrian. She is amazing, knowledgeable, and fun!! 
  • We happened upon this winery while taking a quick ride into town. I don't think it would have been a "destination stop" for us, but the bartender was extremely pleasant and knowledgeable, other patron...  more »
  • This was in the movie Sideways and the popularity took off. Now have two tasting bars, but the wine is crap. The other problem is, a lot of limos full of drunk young people arrive all throughout the d...  more »
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  • Our new spot. Excellent wines and knowledgeable staff. We joined😎😎🍷
  • Good wine, great people! Friendly and knowledgeable.
  • I enjoyed the ports and dessert wines but the sparkling was exceptional.
  • I am a big dessert wine fan. After having so many Pinots and Chards, I was looking for something a little different and I found it at Kalyra. The tasting room is super cute and has some very unique gifts. I went with the reserve dessert and port tasting for $12. The Semillon and the Gewürztraminer Sticky Wicket were my favorite.
  • Delicious desert wines.