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Arista Winery

The Arista Winery was founded by the McWilliams family in 2002 with a mission to create the most elegant expression of Russian River Valley Pinot Noir.
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Mastantuono Winery

Makers of true Italian verietals including Barbera, Sangiovese and Zinfandel

La Belle Winery

We have now opened La Belle Winery. The new bonded winery, located along the foothills of Terra Bella, is a boutique wine making facility.
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Chateau Margene

A micro winery specializing in the production of small lots of luxury, handcrafted Cabernet Sauvignon. With a total production of just 3,000 cases.

Dunn Vineyards

Dunn Vineyards produces two labels, Howell Mountain and Napa Valley. Both wines are one hundred percent cabernet sauvignon.

Byington Winery

Byington Winery, ideal location for your next corporate event, or a gorgeous spot for an informal picnic, Byington Winery is your chance to depart from the ordinary.

Meeker Vineyards

The Meeker Vineyard tasting room is currently located in the 100-year-old Geyserville Bank Building in the farm town of Geyserville, about six miles north of Healdsburg between Alexander and Dry Creek Valleys.
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Wilson Creek Winery

Nestled at the end of Rancho California Road in Temecula Valley lies our family estate vineyard and winery. When the Wilson family acquired the 20-acre winery in 1996, our intentions were simple.

Bartholomew Park Winery

Bartholomew Park Winery was founded in 1994 by the Bundschu family, whose vision was to produce handcrafted, vineyard-designated wines.
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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.