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Don Sebastiani & Sons #Crushedit with a Portfolio of Food-Friendly, Approachable and California-Styled Wines meant for celebrating life’s most Epic Moments

Sonoma, California — February 23, 2017 — Don Sebastiani & Sons, the Sonoma-based, family-owned producer of innovative wine and food products, announces the reinvigoration of The Crusher portfolio of super-premium California wines with a new label design and new California label de

Opus One Grows its International Marketing Team

Oakville, California, USA – August 1, 2016 Opus One Winery CEO, David Pearson, announced today the appointment of Christopher Avery as Vice President of National Sales.  Responsible for all Opus One sales inside the U.S., Mr. Avery will supervise 6 regional sales managers as well as h

Hyde de Villaine Makes Long-Term Commitment to Napa Valley

HELENA, CA (June 20, 2016) — Hyde de Villaine (HdV) purchased in May 2016 a 33.5 acre parcel at the corner of Silverado Trail and Trancas Street in Napa Valley, California. The property comprises 24 acres of vineyard, a 3,750-square-foot winery and a residence. The location has been t

HALL Unveils Its Platinum Collection: Leading Cabernet Producer Announces Crème de la Crème Collection

NAPA VALLEY, CA (June 20, 2016) – HALL Napa Valley, one of the world’s leading Cabernet producers, has announced the release of its Platinum Collection. This collection includes HALL’s most exclusive, limited production wines that demonstrate exceptional quality, scarcity and distinct
2013 Alpha Omega Unoaked Chardonnay

2013 Alpha Omega Unoaked Chardonnay

2013 Alpha Omega Unoaked Chardonnay Napa Valley AVA California he color of straw, this Chardonnay is 100% unoaked. So when we stuck our noses in our glasses, aromas of many things orange jumped out at us, rather than oak aromas masking all the lovely fruit. We smelled everything from
2010 St. Supéry Dollarhide Petit verdot

2010 St. Supéry Dollarhide Petit verdot

2010 St. Supéry Dollarhide Petit verdot Napa Valley AVA California 590 cases produced his wine is totally opaque and inky like the color of a ripe purple eggplant. Due to its color, Petit verdot is often used as a blending grape to enrich the color of a wine, but here runs solo (with