Accounting for a whopping 90% of wine production in the USA, California really is the home of American wine - if it were a separate country, it would be the fourth largest wine producing nation in the world. Birthplace to wines that famously outperformed their classic French counterparts in a 1976 blind tasting that came to be known as the ‘Judgement of Paris’, Californian wines are not only some of the finest from their country of origin, but can also compete with the best in the world.
Colombard-Chardonnay, Gold Country, California, 2017
A crisp, fruity dry white wine made from Colombard and Chardonnay grown in the central valley of California.Learn More
Cabernet Sauvignon, Gold Country, California, 2017
A soft fruity casy-to-drink red wine made from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in the Central Valley of California.Learn More