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The first vineyards were planted in 1918. The Zinfandel grapes used in the production of the Zinfandel wines were planted in 1921, and today still produce a robust harvest.
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Silkwood Wines, in Modesto California produces fine wines from Syrah, Petite Sirah, and Cabernet Sauvignon. All bottles feature a unique velvet label that represents the smooth and rich profile of the wines.
We are a small family-operated winery based in the Sierra Foothills and Lodi, California, committed to providing our customers with handcrafted wines of the highest quality.
Matson vineyards is a small family-operated winery located just east of Redding, California. Our original vineyard was planted in 1981, and the winery was officially established in 1984.
Bob Marr founded Marr Cellars in 1997. In his first year, Bob produced a Sonoma Old Vine Zinfandel and a Rhone blend. He named this wine Cuvee Patrick after his son. Then in 2004, Bob produced Cuvee Selena, naming that wine for his daughter.
For over fifty years the Ficklin family has been producing superior, award winning Ports at their small adobe winery in Madera, California.
Located in the heart of the Lodi Appellation, the 300 acre estate consists of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and perhaps the largest single block of old, head-trained, natural rooted Zinfandel left in California.
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
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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.