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As the first sparkling wine house in California’s renowned Carneros region, Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards was established in 1986. Gloria Ferrer embodies Spanish winegrowing history, time-honored tradition, and centuries-old winemaking practices in creating exceptional sparkling and estate varietal wines blended to pair perfectly with food. With most of our 335-acre estate dedicated to Pinot Noir, we are steadfast in our belief that this enigmatic variety brings a timeless grace to our sparkling and estate varietal wines. The Ferrer family’s culture of generosity is expressed in their commitment to high-quality, affordable wines for everyone to enjoy. Celebrate Spain in Sonoma overlooking our Carneros estate vineyards.

As the first sparkling wine house in California’s renowned Carneros region, Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards was established in 1986. Gloria Ferrer embodies Spanish winegrowing history, time-honored tradition, and centuries-old winemaking practices in creating exceptional sparkling and estate varietal wines blended to pair perfectly with food. With most of our 335-acre estate dedicated to Pinot Noir, we are steadfast in our belief that this enigmatic variety brings a timeless grace to our sparkling and estate varietal wines. The Ferrer family’s culture of generosity is expressed in their commitment to high-quality, affordable wines for everyone to enjoy. Celebrate Spain in Sonoma overlooking our Carneros estate vineyards.

Here, at David Fulton Winery, we invite you to fall in love … with our Petite Sirah!   Our vineyard, originally planted in 1860 by my great-grandfather, produces less than 400 cases of Petite Sirah a year.

Here, at David Fulton Winery, we invite you to fall in love … with our Petite Sirah!   Our vineyard, originally planted in 1860 by my great-grandfather, produces less than 400 cases of Petite Sirah a year.

The Bracey Vineyards family motto translates, "Often in difficulty, never in fear." Our 300 year agricultural tradition in America, our 1,000 year ancestral roots in Normandy, and our kinship in Burgundy provide a cultural and historical substratum upon which our wines grow and evolve. Our heritage reflects a courageous commitment to harnessing the dynamic forces of weather, soil, and oak in order to produce artisinal wines of vigor, purity, and endurance. Our limited production wines invoke the traditions of art and myth to poetically express the terroir of premiere vineyards we select with patience and love. Be bold and do not fear. Brace yourself for the battle of life with a bottle of Bracey Vineyards wine.

The Bracey Vineyards family motto translates, "Often in difficulty, never in fear." Our 300 year agricultural tradition in America, our 1,000 year ancestral roots in Normandy, and our kinship in Burgundy provide a cultural and historical substratum upon which our wines grow and evolve.

Our heritage reflects a courageous commitment to harnessing the dynamic forces of weather, soil, and oak in order to produce artisinal wines of vigor, purity, and endurance.

Our limited production wines invoke the traditions of art and myth to poetically express the terroir of premiere vineyards we select with patience and love.

Be bold and do not fear.

Brace yourself for the battle of life with a bottle of Bracey Vineyards wine.

Parducci Wine Cellars Parducci Wine Cellars, the oldest winery in Mendoicno County, has been producing legendary wines for over 80 years. Experience their legacy by tasting their Small Lot Blend and Reserve wines, go on a tour of the facilities which include 100 year old growth Redwood tanks and beautifully constructed wetlands that naturally recycle 100% of the on-site water, or have lunch on their patio that overlooks their heritage Petite Sirah vineyards. Parducci Wine Cellars is located at 501 Parducci Rd, just north of Ukiah on the Lake Mendocino Drive exit from hwy 101. Phone: 707-463-5357, www.parducci.com  

Parducci Wine Cellars

Parducci Wine Cellars, the oldest winery in Mendoicno County, has been producing legendary wines for over 80 years. Experience their legacy by tasting their Small Lot Blend and Reserve wines, go on a tour of the facilities which include 100 year old growth Redwood tanks and beautifully constructed wetlands that naturally recycle 100% of the on-site water, or have lunch on their patio that overlooks their heritage Petite Sirah vineyards. Parducci Wine Cellars is located at 501 Parducci Rd, just north of Ukiah on the Lake Mendocino Drive exit from hwy 101. Phone: 707-463-5357, www.parducci.com

 

Welcome to Ceja Vineyards. Each day as we gaze at the surrounding vineyards, we are reminded of the first Ceja vine. Planting our first vine together in rich Carneros soil was an exciting moment. That vine symbolized our bond as a family and strengthened our shared commitment to produce premium wines. We proudly continue a three-generation tradition of growing choice grapes in the beautiful Napa and Sonoma Valleys. We invite you to join us on our journey.

Welcome to Ceja Vineyards. Each day as we gaze at the surrounding vineyards, we are reminded of the first Ceja vine. Planting our first vine together in rich Carneros soil was an exciting moment. That vine symbolized our bond as a family and strengthened our shared commitment to produce premium wines. We proudly continue a three-generation tradition of growing choice grapes in the beautiful Napa and Sonoma Valleys. We invite you to join us on our journey.

Scott Harvey is a pioneer of modern winemaking in California’s Sierra Foothills region, the state’s historic gold rush country located east of Sacramento on the opposite side of the Central (Sacramento) Valley.  Scott grew up in the area, and throughout his accomplished career in winemaking has played a prominent role in bringing the region – Amador County, in particular – to the forefront of California viticulture.

Scott Harvey is a pioneer of modern winemaking in California’s Sierra Foothills region, the state’s historic gold rush country located east of Sacramento on the opposite side of the Central (Sacramento) Valley.  Scott grew up in the area, and throughout his accomplished career in winemaking has played a prominent role in bringing the region – Amador County, in particular – to the forefront of California viticulture.

Discover the best wine values; learn about different wine regions; plan your wine country get-away or check out local wine bars! Explore wine-tasting with a friend at many wineries on a complimentary basis.

Discover the best wine values; learn about different wine regions; plan your wine country get-away or check out local wine bars! Explore wine-tasting with a friend at many wineries on a complimentary basis.

Calluna Vineyards is a beautiful property in the Chalk Hill appellation of Sonoma County, near Healdsburg.  It is the culmination of a dream to plant a vineyard of great potential on a site which is consistent with my goals for winemaking.

Calluna Vineyards is a beautiful property in the Chalk Hill appellation of Sonoma County, near Healdsburg.  It is the culmination of a dream to plant a vineyard of great potential on a site which is consistent with my goals for winemaking.

region of Napa Valley. Established in 1928 by Italian immigrant Johnny Garetto, and purchased by Gerret and Tatiana Copeland of Wilmington Delaware in 1981 the winery has sustained a long legacy of family ownership. Gerret and Tatiana followed their dream of specializing in their favorite Burgundian varietals, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and have specialized in these varietals for the past 25 years. All vineyard and winery operations are consistent with the sustainable theme. The winery’s beautiful façade is made from recycled redwood from the winery’s original wine tanks. Our vineyards are farmed using sustainable practices leaving a gentle imprint on the land. Our vineyards have received the Napa Valley Green Certification, an endorsement that we are in accordance with the preservation of our natural resources. Located just north of the San Pablo and San Francisco Bays, the vineyard is directly influenced by the fog that rolls in each night. The shallow, clay loam soils are perfectly suited to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Our winemaking team is a fusion of seasoned veterans and innovative students of enology and viticulture.

region of Napa Valley. Established in 1928 by Italian immigrant Johnny Garetto, and purchased by Gerret and Tatiana Copeland of Wilmington Delaware in 1981 the winery has sustained a long legacy of family ownership. Gerret and Tatiana followed their dream of specializing in their favorite Burgundian varietals, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and have specialized in these varietals for the past 25 years. All vineyard and winery operations are consistent with the sustainable theme. The winery’s beautiful façade is made from recycled redwood from the winery’s original wine tanks.

Our vineyards are farmed using sustainable practices leaving a gentle imprint on the land. Our vineyards have received the Napa Valley Green Certification, an endorsement that we are in accordance with the preservation of our natural resources. Located just north of the San Pablo and San Francisco Bays, the vineyard is directly influenced by the fog that rolls in each night. The shallow, clay loam soils are perfectly suited to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Our winemaking team is a fusion of seasoned veterans and innovative students of enology and viticulture.

Now under the guidance of Peter Mondavi Sr., the Charles Krug Winery honors its roots while forging ahead to the future. From the Wild West to the twenty-first century, relatively crude beginnings gave way to the finest form of winemaking. Founded in 1861 by Charles Krug, the 27-year old Prussian immigrant came to America with little besides willpower and a willingness to work hard to build the cornerstone of the first winery in the Napa Valley. He became the major local winery figure of his era, greatly influencing Napa Valley's development as a world-renown wine producing region. His leadership was said to be inspirational and his ideas innovative. Charles Krug introduced the cider press for winemaking, the first of which is still on display at the winery. He carefully selected rootstocks, varietals and vineyard sites - a novel concept in late 19th century America. After his death in 1892, James Moffitt held the winery in proprietorship through Prohibition. By 1943, he found a pioneering spirit in Cesare Mondavi, an Italian immigrant with a passion for wine, and sold the winery to his family for $75,000. At 60 years old, Cesare Mondavi spearheaded a dramatic renaissance in the decade that followed. Wine historian Charles Sullivan writes in his book, Napa Wine, “By the early 1950s it was irrefutable that the Valley's Big Four had been augmented by one - the Charles Krug Winery”. Cesare died in 1959 leaving Rosa as President with sons Robert as General Manager and Peter as Vice President. In 1966, Robert moved south to Oakville and began construction of his own winery. Upon Rosa's death in 1976, Peter became President of the winery. Peter's industry innovations from his studies at Stanford and Berkeley included revolutionary research on cold fermentation, enabling the production of exceptionally crisp, fruity white wines. His pioneering efforts to plant vineyards in the Carneros region with chardonnay and pinot noir grapes, cold sterile filtration techniques and aging wine in small French oak barrels contributed to his being named one of the twelve “Living Legends” in 1999 by the Napa Valley Vintners Association. Above all else, Charles Krug Winery is a family winery. Peter Sr. and his sons Marc and Peter Jr. continue their dedication to producing the finest Bordeaux style wines in the Napa Valley. To achieve this, they initiated a nine-year, $22 million investment program completed in 2010. Over 400 of the winery's 850 prime acres in Napa Valley have been re-planted and state-of-the-art winemaking equipment is now in use.

Now under the guidance of Peter Mondavi Sr., the Charles Krug Winery honors its roots while forging ahead to the future. From the Wild West to the twenty-first century, relatively crude beginnings gave way to the finest form of winemaking.

Founded in 1861 by Charles Krug, the 27-year old Prussian immigrant came to America with little besides willpower and a willingness to work hard to build the cornerstone of the first winery in the Napa Valley. He became the major local winery figure of his era, greatly influencing Napa Valley's development as a world-renown wine producing region.

His leadership was said to be inspirational and his ideas innovative. Charles Krug introduced the cider press for winemaking, the first of which is still on display at the winery. He carefully selected rootstocks, varietals and vineyard sites - a novel concept in late 19th century America.

After his death in 1892, James Moffitt held the winery in proprietorship through Prohibition. By 1943, he found a pioneering spirit in Cesare Mondavi, an Italian immigrant with a passion for wine, and sold the winery to his family for $75,000.

At 60 years old, Cesare Mondavi spearheaded a dramatic renaissance in the decade that followed. Wine historian Charles Sullivan writes in his book, Napa Wine, “By the early 1950s it was irrefutable that the Valley's Big Four had been augmented by one - the Charles Krug Winery”.

Cesare died in 1959 leaving Rosa as President with sons Robert as General Manager and Peter as Vice President. In 1966, Robert moved south to Oakville and began construction of his own winery. Upon Rosa's death in 1976, Peter became President of the winery.

Peter's industry innovations from his studies at Stanford and Berkeley included revolutionary research on cold fermentation, enabling the production of exceptionally crisp, fruity white wines. His pioneering efforts to plant vineyards in the Carneros region with chardonnay and pinot noir grapes, cold sterile filtration techniques and aging wine in small French oak barrels contributed to his being named one of the twelve “Living Legends” in 1999 by the Napa Valley Vintners Association.

Above all else, Charles Krug Winery is a family winery. Peter Sr. and his sons Marc and Peter Jr. continue their dedication to producing the finest Bordeaux style wines in the Napa Valley. To achieve this, they initiated a nine-year, $22 million investment program completed in 2010. Over 400 of the winery's 850 prime acres in Napa Valley have been re-planted and state-of-the-art winemaking equipment is now in use.

Esterlina Vineyards is a family-owned, California boutique winery located near the Mendocino coast, nestled in the highlands above Philo. We produce a variety of exceptional fine wines in limited quantities from grapes grown primarily in our family's own vineyards. We produce wines from our vineyards in five different appellations, such as the Anderson Valley, and Cole Ranch. In fact, Esterlina owns the only vineyard in the Cole Ranch Appellation, which is America’s smallest American Viticultural Area (AVA).

Esterlina Vineyards is a family-owned, California boutique winery located near the Mendocino coast, nestled in the highlands above Philo.

We produce a variety of exceptional fine wines in limited quantities from grapes grown primarily in our family's own vineyards. We produce wines from our vineyards in five different appellations, such as the Anderson Valley, and Cole Ranch. In fact, Esterlina owns the only vineyard in the Cole Ranch Appellation, which is America’s smallest American Viticultural Area (AVA).

L’objet noir, literally translated, means the black object. We perceive objects as black because all light is absorbed into the object, causing the light to be converted in to other forms of energy. This wine represents the complete absorption of all that is light in my world… my love of food, wine, family and friends, my experiences in the vineyards and cellars, my fascination with the Pinot Noir grapes that grow and thrive in the Russian River Valley… and the transformation of these energies into the inky dark loveliness that is my wine, L'Objet Noir. Enjoy.

L’objet noir, literally translated, means the black object. We perceive objects as black because all light is absorbed into the object, causing the light to be converted in to other forms of energy. This wine represents the complete absorption of all that is light in my world… my love of food, wine, family and friends, my experiences in the vineyards and cellars, my fascination with the Pinot Noir grapes that grow and thrive in the Russian River Valley… and the transformation of these energies into the inky dark loveliness that is my wine, L'Objet Noir. Enjoy.

For six generations and over 150 years, our family has farmed our estate vineyard at the crossroads of the Sonoma Valley, Carneros and Napa Valley appellations. Today, we focus on making small lots of ultra-premium wines from this distinctive and historic property.

For six generations and over 150 years, our family has farmed our estate vineyard at the crossroads of the Sonoma Valley, Carneros and Napa Valley appellations. Today, we focus on making small lots of ultra-premium wines from this distinctive and historic property.

  In 1972, when the Mahoneys and their partner/dear friend Balfour Gibson, broke ground on the first new winery to be built in the Carneros region since prohibition, their goal was clear - to create Pinot Noir that could stand up to the Burgundies Francis had fallen in love with in his European travels. Their first winery, Carneros Creek Winery led by winemaker Melissa Moravec, helped the region acquire its appellation status in 1983. Surrounding the winery, their original clonal plot garnered much praise and yielded a trove of winemaking expereince used to plant the Mahoney's future vineyard sites - the Mahoney Ranch (purchased in 1986) and the Las Brisas Vineyard (purchased in 1996). In 2002, Francis and Kathy sold their beloved winery and the original clonal plot in hopes of enjoying the peace and quiet that an early retirement would offer. Their retirement was shortlived at best! Both Francis and Kathy realized that retirement was better left for those whose hearts weren't in their work and so it was that they reinvented themselves at Mahoney Vineyards. With a staff that has worked alongside the Mahoneys for multiple decades on average, the Mahoneys continue to expand the possibilities of their beloved Carneros region .  

 

In 1972, when the Mahoneys and their partner/dear friend Balfour Gibson, broke ground on the first new winery to be built in the Carneros region since prohibition, their goal was clear - to create Pinot Noir that could stand up to the Burgundies Francis had fallen in love with in his European travels.

Their first winery, Carneros Creek Winery led by winemaker Melissa Moravec, helped the region acquire its appellation status in 1983. Surrounding the winery, their original clonal plot garnered much praise and yielded a trove of winemaking expereince used to plant the Mahoney's future vineyard sites - the Mahoney Ranch (purchased in 1986) and the Las Brisas Vineyard (purchased in 1996).

In 2002, Francis and Kathy sold their beloved winery and the original clonal plot in hopes of enjoying the peace and quiet that an early retirement would offer. Their retirement was shortlived at best! Both Francis and Kathy realized that retirement was better left for those whose hearts weren't in their work and so it was that they reinvented themselves at Mahoney Vineyards.

With a staff that has worked alongside the Mahoneys for multiple decades on average, the Mahoneys continue to expand the possibilities of their beloved Carneros region

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Stein Family Wines makes great wines: all of our brands--Same Sex Meritage, Stein Family, Just Joshin, Vaquero--have won plenty of awards, received great scores, and been given good mention in the media, but that is not what makes us different from all of your other wine options. Stein Family Wines donates five percent of every sale we make, and those donations go directly to the children of vineyard workers in the form of college scholarships and support funding. Yes, others give a percentage of their profits, but we guarantee the kids see the money whether we're profitable or not.

Stein Family Wines makes great wines: all of our brands--Same Sex Meritage, Stein Family, Just Joshin, Vaquero--have won plenty of awards, received great scores, and been given good mention in the media, but that is not what makes us different from all of your other wine options. Stein Family Wines donates five percent of every sale we make, and those donations go directly to the children of vineyard workers in the form of college scholarships and support funding. Yes, others give a percentage of their profits, but we guarantee the kids see the money whether we're profitable or not.

Founded in 2000, Spicer Bags designs and manufactures durable, American-made bags and purses. We're known for our totes, and for our line of Cork Bags -- which are made from sustainably harvested cork from Portugal. For retailers and special events, we offer custom bags and private label products. Shop online at www.spicerbags.com.  Thanks! Sarah

Founded in 2000, Spicer Bags designs and manufactures durable, American-made bags and purses. We're known for our totes, and for our line of Cork Bags -- which are made from sustainably harvested cork from Portugal. For retailers and special events, we offer custom bags and private label products. Shop online at www.spicerbags.com

Thanks!
Sarah

“Wine is neither black nor white, it’s always shades of grey”. Growing up with a family vineyard, avidly collecting wines for years, wine tasting in Bordeaux, and developing a curiosity about winemaking inspired us to create our own wine.  In 2008, we met Kian Tavakoli, former wine-maker at Clos du Val, who has helped us create small lots of premium Bordeaux style wines. Join us on our journey!     Jean & Larry Rowe

“Wine is neither black nor white, it’s always shades of grey”. Growing up with a family vineyard, avidly collecting wines for years, wine tasting in Bordeaux, and developing a curiosity about winemaking inspired us to create our own wine.  In 2008, we met Kian Tavakoli, former wine-maker at Clos du Val, who has helped us create small lots of premium Bordeaux style wines. Join us on our journey!     Jean & Larry Rowe

At STAGE LEFT, we hand craft small batch wines from over a dozen low yielding, sustainable vineyards – from as far south as Santa Ynez to Paso toPaso Robles, Russian River, Napa, Mendocino and all the way to Oregon’s Rogue Valley. We’re Rhône Rangers at heart. We make single vineyard Syrah from cool climates. We also make Grenache (and Petite Sirah and Viognier and Roussanne). And we make Rhone-inspired blends. All in our urban winery located just south of Jack London Square in Oakland. Our TASTING ROOM is open the 1st Saturday each month from 11am-5pm. Private appointments are also available.  

At STAGE LEFT, we hand craft small batch wines from over a dozen low yielding, sustainable vineyards – from as far south as Santa Ynez to Paso toPaso Robles, Russian River, Napa, Mendocino and all the way to Oregon’s Rogue Valley.

We’re Rhône Rangers at heart. We make single vineyard Syrah from cool climates. We also make Grenache (and Petite Sirah and Viognier and Roussanne). And we make Rhone-inspired blends. All in our urban winery located just south of Jack London Square in Oakland. Our TASTING ROOM is open the 1st Saturday each month from 11am-5pm. Private appointments are also available.  

Nan’s Gourmet Foods is a purveyor of high quality gourmet foods. We feature barrel-aged balsamic vinegars, blended olive oils, handcrafted flavored pasta, gluten-free pasta and more. Some of our signature products include White Balsamic Vinegar with Pear; Fig Balsamic Vinegar, Wild Mushroom Linguini, Basil Parmesan Dipping Oil, Sweet Potato Fettuccine and Lemon Caper Tapenade. All of our products are All-Natural, and made with the finest ingredients.

Nan’s Gourmet Foods is a purveyor of high quality gourmet foods. We feature barrel-aged balsamic

vinegars, blended olive oils, handcrafted flavored pasta, gluten-free pasta and more. Some of our

signature products include White Balsamic Vinegar with Pear; Fig Balsamic Vinegar, Wild Mushroom

Linguini, Basil Parmesan Dipping Oil, Sweet Potato Fettuccine and Lemon Caper Tapenade. All of our

products are All-Natural, and made with the finest ingredients.

Founded in 1976, Pat Paulsen Vineyards has produced outstanding wines for over 30 years. It is our intention to continue this legacy with every bottle.  - Monty Paulsen, Winemaker

Founded in 1976, Pat Paulsen Vineyards has produced outstanding wines for over 30 years. It is our intention to continue this legacy with every bottle.  - Monty Paulsen, Winemaker

Gourmet Temptations, home of Daddy Cook’s and Ms. Earle’s all natural pre-packaged gourmet specialty foods, is a small family owned and run business located in Vallejo, CA.  They specialize award winning mustard blends, marinades and fruit curds along with an array of natural honey products.

Gourmet Temptations, home of Daddy Cook’s and Ms. Earle’s all natural pre-packaged gourmet specialty foods, is a small family owned and run business located in Vallejo, CA.  They specialize award winning mustard blends, marinades and fruit curds along with an array of natural honey products.