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Dutton-Goldfield

The Dutton-Goldfield wines are crafted using traditional techniques such as barrel and malolactic fermentation for the Chardonnay, and open top fermentation for the Pinot Noir.

Maple Creek Winery

Maple Creek Vineyards features 12 acres of Chardonnay, Merlot and Symphony. These grapes thrive in the hot days and cool nights and grow in hillside clay, loam, rocky soils.

Grable Vineyards

Grable Vineyards estate grown House Creek Chardonnay from Knights Valley, California.

Monte Volpe Vineyards

Current labels for the Graziano Family of Wines are Saint Gregory, Monte Volpe, Enotria and Graziano.

Cooper Mountain Wines

In 1987, Cooper Mountain Vineyards opened to offer its first vintage to the public and began a quest that has brought us to more than 100 acres, four varietals, and a commitment to farm by organic and biodynamic methods.
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Think Tank Wine

Founder, Think Tank Wine Co. World-class wine made in an environmentally responsible way. Marketing pro and media specialist.
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Eberle Winery

Paso Robles winery, offering wine tasting and winery and cave tours

Regusci Winery

Regusci Winery, located in Napa Valley California, produces Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Zinfandel, and Chardonnay.

Laura's Vineyard

Laura's Vineyard - Established in 1977 on what was once part of the original Estrella River Winery Vineyards, Laura's Vineyard traces its heritage to the very beginnings of Paso Robles wine country history.
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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.