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California produces the most wine in the United States, approximately 80.  The two most popular grapes grown in California are Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.

Pont Neuf

Sonoma County

Pont Neuf was born out of Douglas and Mary Danielak's desire to make Californian wines with a French accent; to translate the bold flavors of California with transparency of technique, allowing the character of their own terroir to take the lead in the finished wine. In selecting vineyards for Pont Neuf, they look for single-vineyard sites with comparable quality potential to Premier and Grand Cru vineyards.

Juicy Rebound


Douglas and Mary Danielak's winemaking may be seriously classical (Douglas studied in Burgundy) but their wine choices are wild and eclectic. Like variety? New experiences? Juicy Rebound has made it all. From Mourvedre to white Pinot Noir, not for the novelty but for the exciting and delicious flavours they have found in the most unexpected places. 


Central Valley

Freelander is sourced through select vineyards that produce elegant and impressive wines. Most of the fruit comes from small production vineyard blocks in California’s central valley. Our handcrafted wines are true to varietal, show complex fruit and have a gentle, well balanced finish. Each wine can be enjoyed on its own or with a variety of foods. Our aim is to bring to you some of the best value California wines for the price.

Grayson Cellars


When we first started Grayson Cellars we asked our winemaker to search throughout California's finest growing regions for the best grapes. We then made several small lots of handcrafted wines and gave each a lot number. We continue that tradition today with lot numbers for each wine. For 15 straight years Grayson has received Best Buy ratings from leading wine critics. We believe in consistently delivering great value wines to consumers year after year.

Mount Eden

Santa Cruz

Mount Eden Vineyards is a small historic wine estate perched at 2000 feet overlooking Silicon Valley in the Santa Cruz Mountain Appellation, about 50 miles south of San Francisco. Founded in 1945, it is recognized as one of the original “boutique” California winery properties, focusing on small lots of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.  Mount Eden’s lineage of estate bottled Chardonnay and Pinot Noir is the longest in California.

Caduceus Cellars


Caduceus is a small production winery producing approximately 2500 cases a year, and Keenan is the owner and winemaker. Keenan researched wine-growing regions around the world to identify the varieties best suited for the high desert conditions found in the Verde Valley, Cochise County and regions in New Mexico. As a result, the winery is producing some of Arizona's finest wines using Spanish, Italian and Rhone varieties.



Nestled in the heart of the St. Helena Appellation sits Titus Vineyards’ 50 acre Ranch Estate. This picturesque property sprawls along the base of Howell Mountain, with the Silverado Trail on its Eastern border and the Napa River to its West. Views of the Mayacamus range and Mt. St. Helena are breathtaking at any time of year, most especially from the sun porch of the original 1910 ranch house, for which the estate is aptly named.

Andrew Murray


Andrew Murray fell in love with the emerging Rhône varieties, Syrah and Viognier, in the late 1980’s while traveling through France’s Rhône Valley. Andrew’s focus and dedication to his craft have culminated in what Robert Parker, Jr. calls, “…one of the shining stars in the Santa Barbara firmament.” This perennially youthful perfectionist has been named ‘Tastemaker of the Year’ by Food and Wine Magazine, as well as, ‘One of the most fearsome talents in food and wine.’

Krutz Family Cellars

Sonoma County

Krutz Family Cellars began in the summer of 2003 in Monterey County, when Patrick Krutz produced just sixty cases of wine. Initially, the goal was to buy a ton of grapes annually to make a small batch of wine for family and friends. However, rising demand quickly altered that plan, prompting the winery to expand. By 2011, Patrick's brothers, Bryan and Cole Krutz, joined him as owners. Today, Krutz Family Cellars is a family-owned winery situated in Sonoma County


Napa Valley

Hayfork aims to highlight the critical role farming plays in winemaking. Haley Wight is the sixth generation of her family to farm the Lewelling Ranch and firmly believes that the farmer's hands in the field create the essential foundation for producing high-quality wine. Hayfork's farming heritage is profound, dating back to 1864 when Haley's great-great-great-grandfather, John Lewelling, a horticulturist, settled the family ranch in St. Helena. For six generations, they have continuously farmed their land, growing walnuts, prunes, pears, and grapes.

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