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Rapazzini Winery

Syrah,Sangiovese,Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon,Chardonnay,White Zinfandel, Apribella from Rapazzini Winery Gilroy California, Alex & Charlie Larson owners

Stephen Ross Wine Cellars

Stephen Ross Wine Cellars Produces fine Premium Wines in the Edna Valley Including Chardonnay, Zinfandel and Pinot Noir

Byron Vineyard Winery

Founded by winemaker Ken Brown in 1984 and acquired by Robert Mondavi in 1990, Byron is located in Santa Barbara County and produces wine that is on par with the grand crus in Burgundy.

Kokomo Wines

We focus on Dry Creek Valley fruit with an emphasis on single vineyard wines that show a distinct terrior.
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Seavey Vineyard

Surrounded by two hundred acres of wilderness, Seavey Vineyard produces small hand-crafted lots of Chardonnay, Merlot and two varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon from their hillside 40 acre estate vineyard.

Varozza Vineyards

We have thirty seven acres located about a mile north of down town St. Helena. The vineyard contains seventeen blocks growing eight varietals- Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, Gamay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petite Sirah.

Hendry Ranch Winery

Hendry is a small, family-owned estate wine producer in the southern Napa Valley. George Hendry, a long-time Napa Valley grape farmer and physicist who has lived on the property since 1939, is the owner and winemaker.

Thackrey & Co.

Winemaker Sean Thackrey, his winemaking, where to find his wine, and a unique wine history e-text library.

DuNah Vineyard & Winery

Using traditional techniques of winemaking and with the addition of our care and stewardship as winegrowers and winemakers, we handcraft our limited production offerings of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay
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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.