Co-founded by Piyush and Lisa Patel, Conclusion Wines is a small, family-owned winery committed to crafting quality wines. That’s why each vintage is a limited production sourced from California’s premier vineyards.
Great wines are meant to be shared, and at Conclusion, we recommend pairing our wines with the people you care about, and moments that mark the start of something new. Only when one chapter ends can you begin the next.
2014 CABERNET SAUVIGNON
Bold, rich flavors and aromas of black currants, vanilla and crushed rock. Showcasing powerful tannins with dominate flavors of dark chocolate, cassis and blackberries. Delivering on taste with a long finish that is structured and balanced makes this handcrafted wine a must have in your cellar.
2015 PINOT NOIR
Baking spices, raspberries and violet aromas are met with wild berries, ripe dark fruits and black cherries on the palate. Medium body with a sweet mid-palate gives this wine great length and polished tannins. Pairs well with your Fall favorite stews and brick oven pizzas.
Aromas of stone fruit, melon, pears and vanilla bean roll over the nose and complement the palate with honey and ripe apples. French inspired with medium acidity balanced with texture and subtle oak creates a crowd-pleasing wine.
2015 SAUVIGNON BLANC
Notes of white flowers, nectarine and pear reminisce on the nose reminding you of summertime. Flavors of ripe melon and minerality bring forward a refreshing wine with a balanced acidity and hint of wet stone. Perfect for picnics and relaxing on the porch.
2015 THE STORYTELLER
Crisp, refreshing and subtle sweetness. Featuring aromas of white flowers, guava and nectarine delivering a palate of stone fruits, fresh pears and citrus. Acidity is balanced and complements the palate with a wine that will pair well with your summertime favorite dishes.
Our motto at Conclusion is to drink well and do well. That’s why you’ll find a random act of kindness on the cork of each bottle.
What does your cork say?
Snap a photo of your act of kindness and share it with us on social, or complete it privately. The choice is yours. We hope you’ll accept the challenge to help brighten someone’s day.
When you’re done, pass the cork onto someone else so the random acts of kindness will continue to spread.
In 1996, Patrick Saboe was reshaping the Charleston, SC restaurant scene at nationally lauded Slightly North of Broad, when a honeymoon to California’s wine country changed his life. What began as an excuse to celebrate nuptials, transformed into a journey in pursuit of the perfect fermentation. Toward this end, Patrick traded kitchen tools for winemaking textbooks by enrolling in the Enology & Viticulture program at U.C. Davis.
While attending Davis, Patrick worked at Robert Sinskey Vineyards and assisted Dr. Andy Walker in the Pierce’s Disease Resistance Rootstock Breeding Program. Upon graduation, he became Harvest Enologist for Hanna Winery before becoming the Assistant Winemaker at Keller Estate. Here, Patrick gained valuable experience working closely with renowned winemaker, Michael McNeill (Hanzell), to produce multiple award-winning wines.
Patrick’s winemaking philosophy is simple: exceptional wines are made from exceptional fruit with exceptional care. We love working with Patrick because his philosophy on winemaking matches our own, and he pours his heart and soul into each barrel.
When he’s not crafting exceptional wine, Patrick spends time with his wife Dawn and three children Maddy, Claire and Jackson in Petaluma.
Our grapes are grown in some of the most sought after vineyards for winemaking in the United States.
Use the map below to learn more about the vineyards.
We're focusing on the greater impact and putting our efforts towards helping local charities in the great state we love and call home. Conclusion is the perfect blend for us; our home is in the heart of Oklahoma and our wine is crafted in the heart of Napa.
With every wine bottle or case purchased from us, we’re donating the revenue to local charities. Together we can make a difference in a community and drink well to do well.