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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.

River Grove Winery

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

Agajanian Vineyards

Agajanian Vineyards produces, bottles, and distributes an extremely smooth, light red Moush Zinfandel with vibrant flavors and deep, rich undertones. Wine sales handled direct from its Alexander Valley headquarters in Healdsburg, CA.

Olde Lockeford Winery

Olde Lockeford Winery at Vino Piazza. Open Late on Theatre Performance Nights

Cacciatore Fine Wines ( Olive Oil)

The Cacciatore Fine Wines and Olive Oil Corporation is one of a large family of corporations, operating principally in the agro-food industry, which are wholly owned and operated by the Cacciatore family.

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.

Westbrook Wine Farm

Westbrook Wine Farm is a vineyard and winery in the Sierra Foothillls of eastern Madera County, south of Yosemite National Park, where we grow and produce Bordeaux-style wines.

Silkwood Wines

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.

Cantiga Wine Works

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.
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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.