Broadside produces wines focused on purity and true varietal expression. By favoring balance and simplicity, Broadside gives consumers a window to the promise of the central coast and varietal character void of manipulation. At Broadside, their winemaking employs a natural approach in that their wines are minimally handled to best express the grape, site and vintage. They harvest at lower sugars, employ native fermentation and use little to no new oak to create wines of balance and finesse that make sense on the dinner table.
Broadside was founded by the husband-and-wife team of Brian and Stephanie Terrizzi. Following several years of making wine in Italy, Sonoma, and Santa Barbara County, Brian and Stephanie settled in Paso Robles to start their own production. Along with the italian-inspired wines under their Giornata label, Brian approaches winemaking at Broadside with a minimalist, refined touch. With degrees in enology, chemistry, and plant science, Stephanie manages vineyard operations for Broadside. She is a prominent force for bio-organic viticulture in Paso Robles and the central coast, recently nominated for winegrape grower of the year in San Luis Obispo County.
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