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Mcilroy Cellars

Located in Sonoma County, California, one of the world's premier wine producing areas, McIlroy Wines is a small, family based winery that creates outstanding wines.

Charter Oak Winery

Charter Oak Winery is a small boutique producer of one of the most exceptional world-class Zinfandels

Steltzner Vineyards

At Steltzner Vineyards, we pride ourselves on making some of Napa Valley's most distinctive Cabernets and Merlot. Our small parcel of land in the heart of the Stags Leap District, was planted by Dick Steltzner in 1965.

Forth Vineyards

Hand-crafted Cabernet and Syrah that capture the heart and soul of Sonoma County's Dry Creek Valley

David Bruce Winery

David Bruce Winery has earned an international reputation throughout its nearly four decades for its dedication to producing the greatest pinot noir in the world.

Domaine La Due

We create our wines to be well balanced and food friendly. While quality is our focus, we strive to reflect the varietal character as well as allowing the terroir to show through in our small lots of ultra-premium Napa Valley wines.

Walter Hansel Winery & Vineyard

Walter Hansel Winery and Vineyard, where the climate is ideal for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Located in Sonoma, California

Tasot Wines

Tasot Wines is a team of wine enthusiasts dedicated to making small-lot, hand-crafted wines.
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Crooked Vine Winery

Crooked Vine is the newest boutique winery in the Livermore Valley. Introduced in February 2002, Crooked Vine currently boasts two varieties, Chardonnay and Sangiovese, made only with Livermore Valley grapes.
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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.