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Our California Wineries


Bogle Vineyards

The Bogle family has been farming in the Sacramento River Delta for six generations.  The first 20 acres of vines were planted in 1968 near the small farming community of Clarksburg.  Today Bogle Vineyards farms over 1,500 acres of wine grapes in the Clarksburg AVA and other select California winegrowing regions including Old Vine Zi ...

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Cannonball Wine Company

Cannonball Wine Company was founded in 2006 by longtime winemaker Dennis Hill and former attorney turned wine entrepreneur Yoav Gilat. Dennis is a Sonoma County native from a family with a long viticultural tradition in the region. The iconic label image of a child doing a ‘Cannonball’ refers to jumping into the water with your kne ...

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Chalk Hill

Chalk Hill is the only 100% estate winery in the Chalk Hill/Russian River Valley AVA in Sonoma County. Founded in 1972, Chalk Hill’s unique topography and climactic and geological diversity allow both Burgundian and Bordeaux varieties to produce world class wines on the Estate. Chalk Hill has been a leader in clonal research for many ye ...

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Freemark Abbey

Freemark Abbey was one of the very first wineries in Napa Valley, with a continuous history dating back to 1886. The stone winery which is still in use at the winery today was built at the turn of the century. The winery’s tradition of winemaking excellence continues to this day with wines that over-deliver on quality and pedigree. The ...

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Rack & Riddle

Winemaker Penny Gadd-Coster left her position as sparkling winemaker for Jordan’s acclaimed ‘J’ brand sparkling wines in 2007 to become Head of Winemaking at Rack & Riddle and played an integral part in the founding and design of Rack & Riddle’s State of the Art winery. Rack & Riddle understands that produc ...

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Ranch 32

Located 120 miles south of San Francisco lies the deep Monterey Submarine Canyon.  This submarine canyon brings a constant upwelling of cold, nutrient rich waters to the surface of Monterey Bay, making it one of the richest and most biodiverse marine habitats in the world.  This cold, upwelling water also chills the air, which create ...

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TEXTBOOK

TEXTBOOK wines are so named because they consistently exhibit the characteristics that define classic Napa Valley and Oakville District wines: in short, TEXTBOOK wines are ‘textbook’ examples of the finest that Napa Valley has to offer. Owner and winemaker Jonathan Pey and his wife Susan draw upon a combined 50 years of experience ...

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