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California Wine

California is America's most important winemaking state. From North to South, there are an abundance of regions that are capable of producing outstanding wines.

The most famous grape growing area of California is the Napa Valley, north of San Francisco. Nearly to Napa's stature is the neighboring Sonoma County. Each of those areas have subregions that have their own specialties, though Napa is more tied to Cabernet Sauvingon while Sonoma, being far larger and having a coastline, is more diverse.

Further south, Monterey and Santa Barbara have also had great success in producing fine wine. Santa Barbara's success was celebrated in the movie Sideways, which is also credited with finally making American Pinot Noir commercially successful.

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Sangiovese, the ubiquitous grape of Tuscany, was brought to California by 19th century Italian immigrants who felt homesick for their native wines. Today, Sangiovese has lost ground to more fashionable varieties, but what’s still planted there feels  click for more details
Sku: 067030

Reg. $21.59

Red fruit & spice dominate the nose with aromas of dry cherry, dark plum, raspberry, cinnamon, coffee & juniper. Flavors: Complex fruit exhibiting flavors of red currants & figs with spicy notes of clove & green tea. Finish: Full tannic structure ... click for more details
Sku: 024090

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A medium-bodied wine, our Sangiovese is fruity and crisp with tones of raspberry and cranberry. The finish has gentle tannic structure and mild spice.... click for more details
Sku: 019199

Reg. $29.99

Long Meadow Ranch wines are renowned for their elegance and balanced style. Our sustainably farmed vineyards allow us to bring extraordinary flavors and integrity to your table.... click for more details
Sku: 065557


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