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J Paul Rosilez Winery

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Darcie Kent Vineyards

Darcie Kent Vineyards is nestled in the Crane Ridge foothills on the eastern edge of Livermore Valley. It produces Estate Grown Merlot and olive oil.


An outstanding portfolio of wines from Santa Barbara County, California and Australia. All created with pride, imagination and flair. Welcome to the world of Kalyra and M.Brown Wines

Poiz Wine Estate

PoiZ wines are at the forefront of where the wine industry is headed.
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Livermore Valley Cellars

vermore Valley Cellars offers a casual and relaxed atmosphere for wine lovers!

Tondre Wines

Tondre Grapefield was planted in 1997 on six and half acres in the heart of the Santa Lucia Highlands appellation. It now has seven blocks for an accumulation of fifty two (52) acres dedicated to Pinot Noir grape vines.

Joullian Vineyards

Joullian Vineyards is a Carmel Valley, California winery created with the goal of producing estate-crafted, world-class wines of complexity, finesse and ageability.

Taylor Wine Company

Taylor Desserts was founded in 1880 with a seven-acre vineyard overlooking Keuka Lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. It is the second largest Traditional Desserts brand in the country.

Heller Estate

A Carmel Valley, California based winery producing Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon wines from our estate grown, organically farmed vineyards.


Consilience was founded in 1999 and is a small producer of premium wines loosely focused around the typical Rhone varietals.
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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.