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600 Peak

600 Peak wines are sourced from the high elevations throughout California. These vineyards produce top quality wines. Sit back, relax and enjoy this wine with friends and family. Complex and defining, the 600 Peak Cabernet Sauvignon opens with aromas of black currant and subtle oak then continuing its distinctiveness with flavors of black cherry, light… Read more »

Alma Fria

For three generations, the Holtermann family has had the privilege of importing and representing many notable and leading wineries from all over the world. In working alongside each of the different wineries, they were intimately exposed to the work culture, the philosophy, the winemaking style and the vision each had of their place in the… Read more »

Alpine Distilling

Seeking to take his ancestors’ affinity for moonshining to the next level, Rob Sergent founded Alpine Distilling in Park City, Utah. The first Sergent to distill professionally, he strives to pay homage to the flavorful European spirits he enjoyed while living for many years in Great Britain and Germany. The culinary education he received in… Read more »

Au Bon Climat

Au Bon Climat is a French term for “a well exposed vineyard site.” Being that the winery is situated in one of the preeminent vineyards in Santa Barbara County on the outskirts of Santa Maria – The Bien Nacido Vineyard – the name certainly fits. It is the brain child of master winemaker Jim Clendenen…. Read more »

Barnard Griffin

Founded in 1983 by Rob and Deborah Griffin, Barnard Griffin is the premier family-owned winery in Washington and an important part of every wine aficionado’s tour of the state’s greatest wineries. Not only does it have a rich winemaking history, one that represents the true pioneering spirit of Washington State wines, but it also takes… Read more »

Bauhouse

Bauhouse Sauvignon Blanc, Rosé and Cabernet Sauvignon were inspired by the Bauhaus Movement, an artistic concept founded by Walter Gropius in 1919. The core objective was to unite all art forms into a single, utopian craft. Whereas the Bauhaus artist combined elements of architecture, sculpture and painting into one creative expression, so too the winemaker… Read more »

McFadden Farm

Founder Guinness McFadden has been growing grapes organically for over 40 years. Back when he started McFadden Vineyard, organic farming had a different name: farming. It is the quality of the grapes that puts McFadden ahead of other growers. Having experimented, McFadden has established blocks, or separate growing environments for different grapes in the vineyards. Head… Read more »

Blue Quail

Founder Guinness McFadden has been growing grapes organically for over 40 years. Back when he started McFadden Vineyard, organic farming had a different name: farming. It is the quality of the grapes that puts McFadden ahead of other growers. Having experimented, McFadden has established blocks, or separate growing environments for different grapes in the vineyards. Head… Read more »

Boedecker Cellars

Husband and wife team Stewart and Athena Boedecker created Boedecker Cellars in 2003, and they have been crafting wines focused on quality, finesse and loyalty ever since. After having lived abroad in Europe for two years, Pacific Northwest Natives Stewart and Athena Boedecker returned home to found Boedecker Cellars in Oregon’s revered Willamette Valley. After… Read more »