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Spelletich Cellars

Spelletich Family Winery started with the 1994 harvest in Napa Valley.
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Emelios Terrace

Emilio's Terrace Vineyard of Oakville California. Fine Vintage Wines.

Andersen Vineyards

All of our Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot wine grapes are grown in accordance with the Organic Food Production Act of 1990. We are a registered organic producer with the California Dept. of Agriculture.

Rockledge Vineyards

The Rockledge vineyard is part of a hillside bench on the Eastern slopes of the Napa Valley above the town of St. Helena.

Hoopes Family Vineyard Winery

Hoopes Vineyard producing Cabernets in the Oakville Rutherford regions.

Del Bondio Wine Company

Del Bondio Wine Company produces three organically certified varietals: Oakville Chardonnay, Oakville Syrah, and Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon.

Casa Cassara Winery

Vineyard and Winery in Santa Rita Hills, Santa Barbara County, California, specializing in Pinot Noir

Oak Mountain Winery

Located on the DePortola Wine Trail in Southern California, we offer wines that truly reflect the region.
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Harvest Moon Estate Winery

Harvest Moon is a family-driven boutique winery nestled in the Russian River Valley that focuses primarily on California's own Zinfandel.
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The Golden State is home to so many wineries and vines, mostly vinifera, that it produces over 90% of wine made in the United States. California is the most important wine producer in the world outside of Europe.

The geography of California presents a tremendous amount of variety. A vineyards potential in California is not particularily linked to latitude but is mainly determined by what lies between it and the Pacific. The more mountains there are between the vineyard and the Pacific the less likely that the moderating sea air and fog will reach the site .

There are over 100 AVA's in California. One of the most common AVAs, North Coast includes Napa Valley, Sonoma and Mendocino. Some Californian AVAs affect only one or two wineries.