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Ehrhardt Estates Winery, LLC

In 1880, at the young age of 17, John N. Herzog immigrated to America from Germany to escape to the land of opportunity. After being processed at Ellis Island, he worked his way across the country with only dreams in his pocket. John arrived in California

Wilson Vineyards

Wilson Vineyards, garden weddings and corporate events 15 minutes from downtown Sacramento

Jeff Runquist Wines

The Massoni Ranch in Amador County is the source of fruit for the majority of the wines produced by Jeff Runquist, providing both Zinfandel and Sangiovese.

River Grove Winery

River Grove Winery is an award-wining winery in the long established, but little known appellation of Clarksburg, California.

Oak Ridge Winery

Oak Ridge Winery, one of California's oldest continually operating wineries, first opened their doors in 1934 under the name of the East Side Winery.

Benson Ferry Vineyards

Situated in the heart of California at the confluence of the Mokelumne and Cosumnes Rivers, Benson Ferry celebrates a rich farming heritage.

Jewel Collection Fine Wines

GWG searched California for the optimum location to establish its winery, and they chose Lodi. Lodi, which is the largest and oldest wine grape production area in California, provides the perfect environment for quality and affordable prices.

Bokisch Vineyards

Bokisch Vineyards and Winery, Lodi, California, A California winery specializing in Spanish varietal wines and wines from Spain pairing them with Spanish recipes.
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Mokelumne Oaks Vintners

Two of our red wines, 2002 cabernet sauvignon and 2002 cab-shiraz, have been recognized as some of the best red wines at the 2006 West Coast Wine Competition, both winning awards.
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The Central Valley is a large, flat valley that dominates the central portion of California. Spanning from the Cascade Range in the north to the Tehachapi Mountains in the south and from Sierra Nevada in the east to the Coast Ranges and San Francisco Bay in the west.

The wineries of Central Valley produce the majority of California's wine; however, few producers use the AVA on their label due to the perception that Central Valley wine is mainly mass produced cheap wine. There are a number of wineries and regions that are challenging this perception.