2015 Participating Wineries will be posted in March 2015.
14 Hands Vineyards
This unique and beautiful landscape that gave these unbridled horses their spirit and tenacity now feeds the vines. With loamy-sand and gravel soils, these hills require a strong and determined grapevine, and the 14 Hands vines revel in this unique and world class terroir. With the fruit from these tenacious vines, 14 Hands wines are handcrafted into big, bold, juicy fruit forward reds and crisp, fruit forward white wines that are laced with the unbridled spirit and legend of the region.
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Alexander Valley Vineyards
Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley quickly established a reputation for estate grown wines with distinctive varietal character. Acclaimed for crisp Chardonnay and luscious Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley Vineyards brought recognition to the appellation and became a leading winery in Sonoma County. Today the Alexander Valley is a prominent appellation known worldwide as the source of elegant, age worthy wines.
2013 marks the family’s 51st year on the historic property and the winery’s 38th anniversary.
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Amayna, by Viña Garcés Silva, is a family winery situated in the coastal valley of Leyda, Chile. Founded in 1998, the winery produces Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah. A very limited production guarantees an extremely close attention to detail in all wines. Amayna wines have won multiple awards and since their origins have obtain over 90 points in all major international wine publications.
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Marchesi Antinori Srl is an Italian wine company that can trace its history back to 1385. They are one of the biggest wine companies in Italy, and their innovations played a large part in the "Super-Tuscan" revolution of the 1970s.
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Austin Hope Winery
Austin Hope has a simple goal: to make spectacular, estate grown Syrah and Grenache. Aiming that high requires a dedication to quality at every step in the winemaking process. From the care taken in planting the Hope Family Vineyard, to the choice of coopers for barrels. That goal is more than a marketing slogan: it flows directly from the natural advantages of a perfect growing location in the Templeton Gap district of Paso Robles; the intense, flavorful fruit that comes from hand-farming the vineyard; and the skills of a highly talented winemaking hand overseeing it all.
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Benziger Family Winery
At Benziger, they’re about three things: family, great wine and healthy vineyards. For more than thirty years they’ve searched Sonoma County for the most distinctive and expressive vineyards. Once found, we tended these sites using certified Biodynamic, organic and sustainable farming methods. The result is a portfolio of authentic and memorable wines.
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Candor wines offer a straightforward product that often gets lost in the ever-expanding wine world: a well-crafted wine that exhibits excellent varietal flavor at a fair price. After years of searching out some of California’s best vineyards, Hope Family Wines has established relationships with top growers of Merlot and Zinfandel for the Candor wines. By using Merlot and Zinfandel grown in the right places and a philosophy that isn’t bound by a single vintage or vineyard, they have built another brand that over-delivers with quality and value
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The Silva family pioneered grape growing in the Colchagua Valley of Chile with the first vineyards back in 1892. Their cellar is the oldest in the valley. They strive to innovate in their vineyards and to pioneer new terroirs in the Colchagua Valley. They are paving the way for Carmenere by investing in research studies in their vineyards to study clones and microterroirs.
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Caposaldo blends a handcrafted, artisanal approach to winemaking with cutting-edge quality standards and techniques, so that it stands as a benchmark of iconic Italian wines. The fruit for each Caposaldo wine is hand harvested from low-yielding vineyards in prime growing areas in the classic wine regions of Tuscany, the Veneto and Lombardy. Modern scientific techniques are used in the cellar, including cold temperature stainless steel fermentations and judicious use of oak, resulting in a pure expression of each wine type.
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Chacewater Winery & Olive Mill is family owned and operated and is located in Kelseyvile, a town tucked away in beautiful Lake County, CA. They take pride in producing wines of the highest quality, sourced from select vineyards using organically grown grapes. Paul Manuel has been farming organically in the Sierra Foothills for over 20 years. Chacewater Winery was named Golden Winery of the Year at the 2012 California State Fair Wine Competition and has continued to attain multiple awards for all of their wines.
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Château d’Esclans is located on an exceptional site, on elevated land near the Gorges de Pennafort, northwest of the ancient Roman city of Frejus on the Mediterranean coast. The primary grape grown on the property is Grenache followed by Vermentino. Other grapes include Cinsault, Merlot, Mouvèrdre, Syrah, and Tibouren. The château is known for its old Grenache vines which produce grapes that offer greater concentration of flavor than do the younger vines. As the elevation to where the lots are situated increases, so do the age of the vines. At the highest elevated lot vines are as old as 90 years.
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Chateau Ste. Michelle
Built on the 1912 estate owned by Seattle lumber baron Frederick Stimson, the winery’s roots date back to the Repeal of Prohibition. In 1967 under legendary winemaker Andre Tchelistcheff, a new line of premium vinifera wines was introduced called Ste. Michelle Vintners.
The first vines were planted at Cold Creek Vineyard in Eastern Washington in 1972. Four years later, Ste. Michelle Vintners built a French style winery Chateau in Woodinville, and changed its name to Chateau Ste. Michelle.
Since then, we have combined Old World winemaking traditions with New World innovation. In fact, Chateau Ste. Michelle is one of the few premium wineries in the world with two state-of-the-art wineries, one for red and one for white. The whites are made at the Chateau in Woodinville, WA, while the reds are made at our Canoe Ridge Estate winery in Eastern Washington.
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Passion for wine compels Clayhouse Wines to pursue a traditional, time-honored approach to winemaking. Each offering is carefully crafted from select grapes, hand-picked from small vineyard blocks that over the years have proven their ability to produce exciting wines.
This is the unique character of Clayhouse Vineyard. The 150-year-old adobe structure — the Clayhouse itself — really is the ideal symbol for our vineyards. After all, like the adobe, their wines are created from the earth, cultivated by hand, and nurtured by family traditions.
For the Middleton family, those traditions and deep passion for agricultural businesses go back more than four generations.
Today, Clayhouse extends that proud legacy with its selection of exceptional wines, all hand-crafted in a refined, elegant style that reflects the unique.
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Nestled alongside the Columbia River in eastern Washington, Columbia Crest winery maintains its commitment to quality, heritage and innovation in grape growing and winemaking to craft exceptional wines.
From the vineyard to the glass, Columbia Crest wines are an extraordinary expression of craftsmanship. With a large body of acclaim, Columbia Crest winery delivers a steadfast promise with each bottle—world-class wines from a world-class wine region.
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From the beginning, Domaine Carneros has built a reputation on sparkling wines, in particular the Brut Vintage and luxury cuvée Le Rêve Blanc de Blancs. Beginning in 1992, we added the production of Pinot Noir to the Domaine Carneros repertoire. Our Pinot Noir is characterized by rich, red fruit flavor, layers of complexity and a velvety finish.
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Donelan Family Wines
Our journey began not with the grafting of a vine or the crushing of a grape but with a philosophy: quality second to none. From that pursuit we strive to create a quality wine that pleases the palate, heart and mind. In each step of the process, we learn, grow and adapt to the changes in a vintage, and each one places us in the delicate tussle between farmer and land. Each vintage changes, challenges, and reconfigures our previously held beliefs as part of the evolution and continuation of man’s journey as stewards of the land. The more we work with a property, the more we can define it. It is the vineyard that teaches us restraint.
In the cellar, we watch over and guide the process from grape berry to wine. As stewards of the wine, vine and fermentation, we are the conductors of the symphony. Each varietal contributes its own temperament, each vineyard its own timbre, each vine its own instrument and each berry its own specific wave length. We conduct these elements to create a rapid, but very soft, pianissimo, Chardonnay or Roussanne. Or perhaps a slow, strong and loud, fortissimo, Syrah. We let the wine speak. We guide it though its journey and create symphonies, quartets, and solos. This pursuit is a journey of learning, fellowship, pleasure, and fun.
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Dutton-Goldfield Winery began with a handshake in a vineyard in 1998, when longtime colleagues and friends Steve Dutton and Dan Goldfield recognized a shared vision between them — to craft wines that express the personalities of their cool-climate vineyards, and which they'd enjoy drinking at their own dinner tables.
A fifth-generation farmer, Steve grew up with a love of driving tractors, and without any doubt about his future career. His father, Warren Dutton, had begun growing grapes in the western reaches of Russian River Valley in the mid-1960s, at a time when most people thought the area was too cool to grow fruit for quality still wine. Steve started working with his father when he was five years old, and joined Dutton Ranch full-time in 1987. Today, along with his mother and brother, he manages the family business, which has grown from its original 35-acre home shop vineyard to over 80 separate vineyards comprising more than 1,000 acres throughout western Russian River Valley.
After graduating from Boston's Brandeis University, Dan headed west to begin a career in research chemistry, with a few detours for skiing and hiking on the way. Always an outdoor enthusiast, the life of lab work was quickly replaced with a dream of winemaking when his brother turned him on to the 1969 Burgundies. Dan entered the University of California at Davis, graduating with an M.S. in Enology in 1986. He gained knowledge on the job with stints at Robert Mondavi Winery and Schramsberg as well as winemaking in Portugal for two years. He found his passion in Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, first as the winemaker at the Burgundian-focused La Crema Winery, and then at Hartford Court, which was created under his direction. Dan's appreciation for the beauty of the extraordinary landscape around our home is reflected in his winemaking.
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Founded by Ted and Meri Gerber, Foris Winery and Vineyards is family-owned and family-managed. In 1971, Ted and Meri purchased hillside acreage in southern Oregon's remote Illinois Valley with the specific intention of growing grapes. Starting from scratch, they built a house, bought the land that is now Gerber Vineyards, and began planting grapes.
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The Gainey Vineyard is part of a large, sustainable farming operation owned and run by the Gainey family for the past 50 years. High quality and long term consistency of fruit are two principles that guide all farming decisions. Dan Gainey, Vineyard Manager Jeff Newton and Winemaker Jeff LeBard work closely to constantly strive to improve their fruit. By controlling all aspects of grape growing, Gainey Vineyard is able to ensure that quality takes priority over farming economics. The result are vines low in vigor that produce small yields and fruit with great concentration and complexity.
The goal of Gainey Vineyard’s winemaking program is to create wines of uncompromising quality with optimum flavor and aromatic components that reflect the unique characteristics of the vineyards from which they come. Toward that end, the Gaineys have recently constructed a new gravity flow winemaking facility. Grapes processed here are handled in the most gentle manner possible and then fermented and aged in one of five temperature and humidity controlled rooms.
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For six generations and over 150 years, the Gundlach Bundschu family has farmed its estate vineyard at the crossroads of the Sonoma Valley, Carneros and Napa Valley appellations. Today, they focus on making small lots of ultra-premium wines from this distinctive and historic property.
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It starts with the vines and the land. HALL’s estate vineyards stretch from ancient riverbeds on the valley floor to sun-drenched hilltops, encompassing more than five hundred acres of classic Bordeaux varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc.
In our pursuit to craft the finest Bordeaux varietals possible, each HALL estate vineyard was strategically chosen for its elevation, micro-climates and soil type. Director of Vineyards, Don Munk, and his viticulture team, employ small-vine farming to produce low-yield, highly concentrated fruit. Each vineyard block is managed uniquely – farming practices are adjusted according to varietal, terroir, clone, rootstock, and row orientation.
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Award winning Houdini Winery selection wines are produced in beautiful Napa Valley wine country which is best known for its dedication to making quality wines that please the palate and awaken the senses. Although a variety of grapes are grown in California, Napa Valley is best known for its cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay wines. Carefully select prime locations to ensure both the quality and the mouth feel of the wine meet our high standards.
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Iron Horse is one of Sonoma County's most beautiful, small, independent, estate, family owned wineries located in cool, foggy Green Valley. The founding partners, Audrey and Barry Sterling first saw it in the pouring rain in February 1976. In the arena of Sparkling Wines, Iron Horse stands at the top. The wines have been served at the White House for the past five consecutive presidential administrations, beginning with the historic Reagan-Gorbachev Summit Meetings, which lead to the end of the Cold War.
Iron Horse is truly a family affair. Audrey and Barry's daughter Joy Sterling is the CEO and lives at the foot of the vineyard. The Sterlings' son Laurence, his wife Terry and their children moved to Iron Horse in 1990 and built their home on the far southwest corner of the property. Laurence is Director of Operations. Audrey and Barry are retired, but still reside at the heart of the estate in the original Victorian built in 1876. Forrest Tancer retired in 2005.
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Jeriko Estate is located 30 minutes north of the small town of Healdsburg in the "Upper Russian River Territory" in Southern Mendocino County. Key to Jeriko’s philosophy is the use of Biodynamic farming practices. Cover crops promote diversity and encourage a healthy soil balance without using synthetic fertilizers, pesticides and fungicides. Winegrower Daniel Fetzer learned the art of winemaking and viticulture at an early age with his ties to the family business that bears the Fetzer name. Jeriko Estate is Certified Biodynamic by Demeter, and Organic by Stellar Certification Services.
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Korbel Champagne Cellars is a winery based in Guerneville, California. Korbel primarily manufactures sparkling wine, and sells the largest volume of premium traditional Méthode Champenoise sparkling wine in the United States. The company is a division of F. Korbel Brothers, Inc., which also makes brandy and still wines.
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Varietally on target, reliable year after year, Liberty School Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Cuvee consistently over-deliver value wines of outstanding quality. The Hope family has been making Liberty School Cabernet Sauvignon since 1990. In 1996, when the Hopes established Treana Winery, the Liberty School brand officially became part of Hope Family Wines. Liberty School wines are made in a traditional style. Fruit driven, they are crafted to reflect true varietal character. The wines are barrel-aged, employing very little new oak. Oak is used as a building component rather than a flavoring agent.
A big brand, made by a small, close family, Liberty School is the home of delicious wines that are easy to enjoy.
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Bordeaux immigrant Jean Laurent came to California in 1852 to seek gold but instead founded one of the first wineries in Napa Valley. In 1988, the old Laurent Winery once again rose like a phoenix to take on another new life. The winery was sold to Mercian Corporation and began an ambitious four-year, multi-million dollar renovation, expansion and vineyard-replanting program. These efforts would more than double the capacity and make Markham one of the most advanced, stunning winemaking facilities in the country. Even through the dust of the renovation, Markham was able to produce three of the number-one rated wines from California, as judged by Wine Spectator magazine.
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Masi is undoubtedly one of the most important wineries in Valpolicella, among those that in the past three decades contributed most to the international success of Verona wines, the Amarone in particular. With 12 million bottles produced every year, it is one of the biggest in Valpolicella, not considering cooperative wineries. In spite of its size, Masi is still a family run company, owned by Boscaini family. In spite of its quite modern image, Masi winery has been producing wine since the end of 1700s. Masi was the name of the very first vineyard.
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Matchbook has eight products, all focusing on varietals that perform well in the warm Dunnigan Hills climate. We blend a percentage of coastal fruit to the Dunnigan Hills wines to add structure and intensify ﬂavors.
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Mayu Wine of Chile
Viña Mayu was born in 2005 as an independent company of the Olivier family group, the first Elqui valley fine wine producer that got into the wine business at the end of 1998. Mauro Olivier Alcayaga was one of the pioneer planting grapes for fine wine in different places of the valley.
He started working the family vineyards for the table grape production at young age; later he was involved with the Pisco production (the national Chilean spirit) and in 2000 the first Carmenere and Syrah planting and finally in 2005 he decided to set up his own wine business. The focus of Viña Mayu is producing only Premium wines from Elqui Valley, with unique style and personality.
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The first winery built in Napa Valley following the repeal of Prohibition, Merryvale is located in the heart of America's premier wine region. Beautiful landscaped gardens accented with an elegant fountain greet our guests at our historic winery, ideally located in downtown St. Helena, adjacent to the renowned Tra Vigne restaurant and Gott's Roadside and within walking distance of excellent shopping and dining.
In this celebrated home, sustainable winemaking thrives in the care of the Schlatter family, along with Winemakers Sean Foster, Jeff Crawford and Simon Faury. The winery continues to capture the elegance and charm of its historic beginnings, with our enchanting historic Cask Room where we host private events, seasonal wine club events and winemaker dinners, and unique Wine Experiences for visitors. The winery also features a state-of-the-art winemaking cellar that showcases the latest equipment to craft boutique wines.
By maintaining our vision — turning exceptional Napa Valley grapes into world class wine — Merryvale has earned international acclaim for wines of outstanding quality. Visit us in our Tasting Cellar to experience Napa Valley.
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A technical staff, headed by Stefano Chiarlo, handles the running of the vineyards and is entrusted with the task of scrupulously overseeing their cultivation, with the aim of achieving high quality wines while respecting the most exacting ecological criteria.
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Peju Province Winery
When Tony Peju purchased the 30-acre “Stephanie Vineyard” in 1983, it had been producing wine grapes since the early 1900s and some of the vines much longer. Today’s Rutherford H.B. Vineyard is an outstanding example of Napa Valley viticulture. Irrigation begins in late spring, tapering off at veraison (turning of color) so the plant focuses energy on ripening, not growth. To intensify flavors, superfluous grape clusters are “dropped” allowing those remaining to get full benefit of the vine’s photosynthesis. Harvest can take place in several passes as crews select clusters at optimum ripeness.
The Persephone Vineyard enjoys the same careful attention to viticulture as the Rutherford Estate. It is trellised to vertical shoot position and crop yields are kept low. The cooler springtime temperatures in Pope Valley necessitate frost protection at the vineyard — unlike Rutherford — and summer’s heat means irrigation is required. Even with its proximity to Napa Valley, it feels remote. Winding roads through steep canyons lead to Pope Valley and the landscape is reminiscent of an earlier era in California history. Grazing land and ancient oaks still cover rolling foothills watched over by craggy mountain peaks. It is a terroir ideal for grapes especially under the demanding and watchful eye of Tony Peju.
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Founded in 1970 in Oregon's lush Willamette Valley, Ponzi Vineyards is internationally acclaimed for producing some of the world's finest Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and White Riesling, as well as Arneis and Dolcetto, two rare Italian varietals.
Ponzi Vineyards continues to set the standard for Oregon's viticultural innovation while maintaining an unwavering commitment to a tradition of winemaking excellence. For more than two decades, this philosophy has been carried on by the Ponzi Family's second generation: Winemaker Luisa Ponzi and Director of Sales and Marketing Maria Ponzi.
All 120 acres of family-owned vineyards and the state-of-the-art winery are LIVE Certified Sustainable, the world's highest standard for sustainable viticulture and enology. Driven by the concept that the variety must match the terroir and climate, Ponzi Vineyards continues to set the bar for Oregon and remains at the forefront of the nation's top wine producers.
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In 1971 Sanford Winery and Vineyards discovered an overlooked, grape-growing treasure in the Santa Rita Hills. Recognizing a magical combination of climate and soil conditions much like those in France's famed Burgundy province, Sanford planted the area's first Pinot Noir in its Sanford & Benedict vineyard.
Pinot Noir has thrived in the Santa Rita Hills ever since, and so has Sanford Winery. The pioneering winery's Pinot Noir ranks among the best and most distinctive in the world. And Sanford's leadership helped put Santa Barbara and the Santa Rita Hills on the map of the world's great wine regions. Certified as an American Viticultural Area (AVA) in 2001, today the area is renowned for its Chardonnay as well as Pinot Noir.
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Schramsberg Vineyards focuses on producing the finest and most complex hand-crafted sparkling wines in California. Preserving century-old traditions, many viticultural and winemaking practices are still carried out by hand. Our tête de cuvée sparkling wines receive an impressive seven to eight years of bottle aging prior to release, while the balance receives at least three years. All of our wines are enjoyable upon release, but can also be cellared for 20 years or more.
Unique among California sparkling wine houses, Schramsberg Vineyards ferments 25% of its juice in oak barrels to produce a richer, more luscious style. Schramsberg has also developed a library of reserve base wines that are barrel aged for up to 10 years. These wines provide additional refinement and complexity to the finished products.
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Seghesio Family Vineyards
In 1895, after a decade of experience with the climate and soils, Edoardo Seghesio chose the western bench of Alexander Valley as his stake in the New World and planted his first vineyard to Zinfandel. Long, warm days create an environment that enables noble red varietals to excel.
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Seven Daughters created its first Winemaker’s Blends back in 2008. By carefully selecting seven different varietals and blending them into balanced perfection, they produced a wine that is far better than the sum of its parts. A wine that is adventurous, but also pleasing to large crowds. That is approachable enough to enjoy with a girlfriend and a stack of magazines, but elegant enough to serve at a dinner party that calls for the “nice china.”
Since releasing the Seven Daughters Red and White Winemaker’s Blends, they have expanded the Seven Daughters portfolio to go beyond discovery offerings.
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When Bill and Susan Sokol Blosser planted their first vines in 1971, they needed all of their youthful self-confidence, energy and determination to make their way because there was no wine industry in Oregon. Today, with over 400 wineries and more than 19,000 acres of vineyards, Oregon wines are available throughout the world. Sokol Blosser has survived, grown and prospered as a family-owned and run operation, and they are proud to have been part of developing and shaping Oregon's now prominent wine industry.
They strive to create wines of world class quality that are produced sustainably, mindful of the environment and your health, and that express the distinctive flavors of our hillside vineyards.
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Sonoma-Cutrer has been producing the finest quality wines since it opened as a vineyard company in 1973. Its foundation is built in the hillsides and rocky foothills in the region recognized as the Sonoma Coast Appellation – this region experiences long, even growing seasons thanks to the cool, foggy coastal climate. In the 70's, the company planted several different grape varieties and virtually overnight Sonoma-Cutrer’s Chardonnay grapes had gained a reputation for exceptional quality and were in high demand by many premium wineries.
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The heart of Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars is undoubtedly the estate vineyards, and extraordinary care is taken to assure that a wine’s aroma, flavor, and texture express a sense of place.
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Terlato Wines is the leading marketer of luxury wines in the United States, marketing more than one out of ten bottles of wine over $14 sold in America. According to Kantar Media, Terlato Wines accounts for 41 percent of all advertising dollars spent among Luxury Wine Brands — the leader in the category. The company represents more than 60 brands, covering the world’s finest wine regions, varietals and styles.
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Terra Savia means "Wise Earth." Terra Savia produces artisan organic wines with a special commitment towards land conservation and wildlife preservation. All of their wines are produced in small batches from their own estate vineyard. They maintain strict quality control and adhere to the highest standards of organic certification. Winemaker, Jim Milone, is fourth generation Hopland Winemaker, who holds the philosophy that the goal of winemaking should be to create wines that are a true extension of the grape, vineyard and terroir.
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The Seeker is a lively line of wines from all over the world. Our wanderings yielded distinct wines from disparate lands, delighting the senses on a global taste journey. It is a carefully curated collection of the best wines from where they grow best, each wine lovingly crafted by a different family winery.
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The name Treana symbolizes a trinity of natural elements- the sun, the soil, and the ocean-elements that make Paso Robles, and the rest of the Central Coast, an exceptional area for growing wine grapes. The Treana wines are our signature blends. The Treana Red is a blend of two varieties that thrive in Paso Robles: Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Treana White is a blend of Viognier and Marsanne, two varieties indigenous to the Rhone Valley in France that are well suited to the cooler areas of the Central Coast.
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Tolosa’s sustainably farmed vineyards are located between Santa Barbara and Paso Robles, in the coastal hills of San Luis Obispo. The goal is to make balanced wines that are true to varietal character and expressive of the cooling ocean breezes and long growing season that define our estate vineyards. Tolosa Winery utilizes the most environmentally sustainable practices in growing grapes and creating our distinctive wines.
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TRIO House Blend
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Turnbull Wine Cellars
At Turnbull Wine Cellars they craft their award-winning wine using fruit sourced from their four stellar estate vineyards in Oakville and Calistoga. This diversity of fruit sourcing and exemplary viticultural work allows their winemaking team the ability to create wines with distinctive flavors that capture the personality of each site. Soils vary from deep alluvial fans on the valley floor to the shallow, volcanic and rocky structures of the hillsides.
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When Vine Connections was launched, the first boutique portfolio was of Argentine wines in 1999, never imagining it be at the forefront of a wine revolution that would someday have Mendoza on the lips of wine drinkers across the US. Since then, Vine Connections has been fortunate to lead the charge on Japanese ginjo sake and Argentina’s northern region of Salta.
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WALT is dedicated to the production of premier Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from the Pacific Coast’s most distinctive vineyard sites, spanning nearly 1000 miles and including Sta. Rita Hills, Sonoma County, Anderson Valley, and the Willamette Valley. Our philosophy is that of precision, non-interventionist winemaking, thereby allowing the wines to naturally and honestly express the character of the site where the wines are grown.
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John Macarthur on his Camden Park property south west of Sydney is widely credited with planting Australia’s first commercial vineyard early in the 1800s. From these humble beginnings Australian wineries have grown to become known throughout the world for producing unique and regionally distinct A+ Australian Wines.
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