MEDITERRANEAN INSPIRED~ CALIFORNIA GROWN Growing up in the central valley of California, we’ve inherited a sense of pride from our Greek parents and have continued to farm vineyards and make wine, incorporating the Mediterranean lifestyle and culture into our everyday lives. We don’t make wines that are made to have an instant and powerful impact […]
The tradition that became San Rucci Winery began over 90 years go when a young Italian from Tuscany his wife and their young family immigrated to the United States. Faith and family was always important to Francisco Becherucci so like his family had done for years, he began to make wine at home for the […]
Trestle Glen Vineyards encompasses 21 acres of the best of the Olive Hill Vineyard. Located in the southern portion of Sonoma County, this region is nestled between the Sonoma Mountain and Mayacamas Mountain ranges. Sonoma Valley enjoys cool mornings provided by the coastal influences, yet clear skies and warm afternoons provided by the mountains, ideal […]
The Mount Peak story begins more than a century ago at the celebrated Monte Rosso Vineyard and culminates with the revival of Mount Peak Winery, a vestige of one of California’s ghost wineries. Our wines are inspired by this great place, and we pay tribute to the extraordinary winery that once stood there by capturing […]
Jack planted the first Zinfandel in what would become the new Rockpile AVA in 1994, bringing cuttings from the famous St. Peters’ Church vineyard which he farmed, and working with Kent Rosenblum to produce wines that immediately garnered attention. Jack went on to plant several neighboring vineyards through the nineties, using the same clone of […]
The fruit he crushed that night was used for one of two single-vineyard Sonoma County Zins – the first wines to bear Ravenswood’s signature ring of ravens. Ravenswood’s “No Wimpy Wines” credo says it all – embrace the bold, abhor the bland. From our flock of Single Vineyard Designate wines, as unique as the individual […]
From Bastille Day in France, on July 14th, to the Revolutionary War of 1776, Anarchy has always changed the world.