The Bastardo Society
Bastardo is a rebel of a grape that few farmers would choose to plant. Tough to grow and aptly named, this thin-skinned Portuguese variety is the art house, counterculture grape that makes St. Amant’s port wine interesting.
For over 40 years, St. Amant has had a simple vision. To grow world-class port styled wines in their Amador County vineyard. This was not something they stumbled upon by accident, but an intentional effort of purpose. Some would call them crazy, others foolish, but they rarely cared what other’s thought, and instead chose their own path.
Today, they introduce the Bastardo Society. A port club that winemaker Stuart Spencer’s father envisioned years ago. A society for those looking for something different that celebrates all their intriguing, small-lot, single cask, hand crafted wines that port lovers must have.
Join the Bastardo Society today and become a Little Bastardo!