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Calera is Spanish for limekiln. Limestone had been commercially quarried from the property 100 years earlier, as evidenced by the existence of a recently restored 30 foot tall masonry calera, the symbol and logo of Calera Wine Company.
Our family owned winery is located in a tranquil setting at the base of Frog Pond Mountain. This beautiful area among majestic oaks is reminiscent of the Central Coast's historic stage coach trail days.
Pavona wines consistently receive critical acclaim in the wine press and important wine judgings. Pavona produces Pinot Noir, Syrah, Zinfandel and Chardonnay Blanc. All wines are handcrafted and aged in small French and American Oak barrels.
Noble Oaks Vineyard & Winery produces estate bottled Malbec, a Bordeaux variety, as well as Syrah, a Rhone variety grown by the Topa Topa Vineyard in the Ojai Valley.
We are one of the most recent boutique wineries in the Santa Lucia Mountain range of Carmel Valley.
Martin Ranch Winery features an upper vineyard and a lower vineyard totaling nearly 8,800 vines. The bulk of the vines are Cabernet Sauvignon, with the rest made up of small lots consisting of Nebbiolo, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, and Chardonnay.
We craft a superior crop of wine grapes, starting with a skilled selection of soil profiles, climatic conditions, rootstocks and clonal varietals.
Our winery and visitor center are nestled within vineyards on a portion of the Old Wetmore Ranch, the historic home of some of the oldest and most famous vineyards in California history.
Palmina - a Californian celebration of a rich, wonderful lifestyle and attitude toward food, wine, friends and family
In the shadow of magnificent Mount Diablo, Shadowbrook Vineyards enjoyed its first plantings in 1999. An array of rootstock and varietals was planted, including merlot, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, syrah and chardonnay.
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California's Central Coast wine region spans from San Francisco Bay Area in the north to the Santa Barbara County in the south. The Central Coast AVA is defined by its proximity to the Pacific Ocean. Mountain ranges open to the ocean and allow the cool sea air and fog to flow into the coastal valleys and their vineyards. A moderate climate, combination of foggy mornings, midday sun and afternoon breezes gives a longer growing season and slow, even ripening of the grapes.