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Hallcrest Vineyards

Established in 1941 with the intent to prove that the Santa Cruz Mountains were the ideal soils and climate for producing premium California varietal wines.
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Lava Vine

Exclusive, Small Production, Handcrafted Wines.
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Bonterra Vineyards

Bonterra is committed to creating world-class wines that are a direct reflection of the organic vineyards in which they grow. Each varietal is a unique, individual expression of organically grown fruit and the winemaker's art.

Alex's Red Barn Winery

Superb wines are handcrafted in this small winery nestled in the rolling hills in the enchanted Yakut Estate Vineyards. The vineyard is located in the prestigious Temecula Valley wine country, approximately twenty miles from the Pacific Coast.

Freestone Wines

Freestone's superb wines are soft and approachable on the palate, yet packed with the intense flavors and aromas that make wines from the Napa Valley famous.

John Tyler Wines

Russian River Valley Pinot Noir is the pride of Healdsburg-based John Tyler Wines.
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Tobin James Cellars

An award-winning winery in the heart of the Paso Robles, CA wine region.

D. R. Stephens Estate

DR Stephens Estate Wines, Napa Valley California
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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.