Toasted Head Chardonnay was introduced in 1995 and the brand is named for the age old practice of toasting the barrel heads and
staves for the toasty oak notes it imparts to the wines. The fire-breathing
bear on the label is the work of artist Robert Shetterly from a painting
titled, "Speaking Fire at Stones." The mystery and wry humor of the icon,
along with serious winemaking, captures the Toasted Head state of mind.
Named for the traditional practice of toasting barrel heads and staves to impart a mellow, toasted flavor to barrel-aged wines, Toasted Head began making hand-crafted wines at our vineyards in the Dunnigan Hills of Yolo County, California in 1995.
Where the heck is Yolo County?
Yolo County may not be a major destination for wine lovers, but that's okay by us. Our neighbor to the west, Napa County, gets all the tourists, while Sacramento County, to the... View More