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Merryvale Vineyards

Merryvale's estate vineyard drapes a ridgetop high above St. Helena in the heart of the Napa Valley. Sumptuous Bordeaux varietal grapes contribute to the legend that is 'Profile' - our proprietary red blend.

Prospect Hill Winery

Welcome to the new wine country...Maine. Located in southern Maine, Prospect Hill Winery is poised to be a great escape from an ordinary Maine vacation.

Vino Con Brio

Vino Con Brio produces distinctive wines vibrant with flavor and complex character, such as Pinotage and Zinfandel, from the Matson Family estate vineyards in Lodi, California, east of the San Francisco Bay.

Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery

Handcrafted wines from Maine wild blueberries and cold hardy grapes grown in our fields and vineyard. Tour our winery, vineyard and farm. About 20minutes from Camden, Maine.

Wesmar Winery

Small family-operated Pinot Noir producer in Sebastopol. Contains current release and taste descriptions.

Domanico Cellars

We are a small family owned and operated winery located in Seattle, Washington
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Epoch Estate Wines

Located on California's Central Coast Epoch Estate Wines are dedicated to the production of ultra-premium Rhone variety wines.
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Owl Creek Vineyard

All wines are made from grapes grown in southern Illinois. These are natural wines that receive as little processing as possible in order to express the "gout de terroir" or taste of the soil and climate of our region
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Wine is currently produced in each of the fifty states of USA. The United States is the worlds most important producer outside of Europe. California leads the way in production volume followed by Washington State, Oregon and then New York. The United States is one of the largest wine producing nations in the world. Currently fourth after France, Italy, and Spain. North America is home to several native species of vines and grapes, including Vitis labrusca, Vitis riparia, Vitis vulpina, Vitis amurensis and Vitis rotundifolia, but it was the introduction of European Vitis vinifera vines by European settlers that led to the growth of the modern day wine making industry.