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Georis Winery

Georis Winery, a Carmel Valley, Monterey County California wine shop of wine, wine book, food wine cookbook, music CD's, wine games, table cloths and unique specialty gift items from around the world. Secure online shopping!

Epoch Estate Wines

Located on California's Central Coast Epoch Estate Wines are dedicated to the production of ultra-premium Rhone variety wines.
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De Tierra Vineyards

DeTierra Vineyards grows wonderful Chardonnay and Merlot grapes completely without chemical pesticides. Our Syrah Grapes are from a vineyard site within the Salinas Valley.

Wines of Carmel

Wines of Carmel produces superb wines, expressing the unique characteristics of both the site and the grapes that are used in their production.

A S V Wines, Inc.

We craft a superior crop of wine grapes, starting with a skilled selection of soil profiles, climatic conditions, rootstocks and clonal varietals.

Indian Valley Vineyard

A hand-crafted, boutique, family owned winery. Our classic, seamless Bordeaux-style blends show the unique intensity of our fruit character, experienced wine making, and judicious blending, that come together to create wines that are so much greater than the sum of it's parts. We invite you to become a part of the "Nation" of Indian Valley Vineyard.
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Arthur Earl

We produce all of our own wines, in our own winery, from grapes we purchase locally. Beginning with the 2002 vintage, all of our grapes are from Santa Barbara County appellations except Mourvedre and Zinfandel sourced from Paso Robles

Chalone Vineyard

Unique vineyard located in the remote Gavilan Mountain Range at the base of extinct volcanic spires, 1800 feet above California's Salinas Valley.
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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.