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Arthur Earl

We produce all of our own wines, in our own winery, from grapes we purchase locally. Beginning with the 2002 vintage, all of our grapes are from Santa Barbara County appellations except Mourvedre and Zinfandel sourced from Paso Robles

Hyatt- Baumbach Wines

Hyatt Baumbach Wines are produced in the Bernhard Winery in Auburn, California. Bernhard Winery dates back to the Gold Rush era and serves as an important part of Placer County's heritage.

Adi Rose Wines

The vineyard is on Monticello Road, in south Napa, it sits on the south side of the road, close to the gravely river bottom.

Landmark Vineyards

Our story is about soil, innovation and dedication: a legacy that has been passed down through Deere generations for 162 years. We seek to make the best wine possible because we live in the best possible place on Earth.
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Lanthier Winery

Tour Madison Indiana's favorite attractions, learn more about Madison Indiana wineries, Madison festivals, events and getaways. Visit Lanthier Winery for a taste of handcrafted, award winning Indiana wines.
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Mario Perelli-Minetti Winery

A range of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet wines.

Calcareous Vineyard

Handcrafted wines from the limestone slopes of west Paso Robles, California.

Darcie Kent Vineyards

Darcie Kent Vineyards is nestled in the Crane Ridge foothills on the eastern edge of Livermore Valley. It produces Estate Grown Merlot and olive oil.
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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.