Listing wineries and informational resources relevant to California North Coast wine and wine country. The North Coast region includes all vineyards in Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma counties.
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Adobe Road Winery
Small, family-owned winery producing Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel and Cabernet Franc.
Cecchetti Wine Company
Produces a range of reds and whites in Lake County under the Redtree and 39 Degrees brands. Contains product descriptions, tasting notes, a company profile, and an award list.
Family-owned Pinot Noir producer on the Sonoma Coast. Includes a company overview and a description of the current releases.
E&J Gallo Winery
Gina and Matt Gallo carry on a family tradition by producing fine wine from seven estate vineyards.
Edmunds St. John
Winery located in Berkeley specializing in Syrah and other Rhone varietal wines.
Produces reds and whites in Humboldt County. Contains descriptions of current releases, an award list, and staff profiles.
Produces small quantities of estate-grown Chardonnay, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Contains vineyard descriptions, vintage notes, and a company overview.
Chardonnay producer in the Knights Valley AVA in Sonoma County. Includes information about their products, vineyards, and mailing list.
Gregory Graham Wines
Lake County producer of Pinot Noir, Viognier, Zinfandel, and Syrah. Includes product descriptions, ordering, and a company overview.
Il Cuore Wine Cellars
Santa Rosa producer of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and a red blend from Mendocino County. Contains product descriptions, recipes, and an article on health effects.
A small winery producing 7,000 cases per year by traditional European methods in Marin County.
Keller Estate Winery
Produces a range of reds and whites in Petaluma in the Sonoma Coast area. Includes online ordering, a blog, event listings, and information about the company and vineyards.
Lake County Winegrape Commission
Provides information about grape growers and wineries of Lake County. Includes news, an article about the region, and information about grapes for sale.
Mankas Hills Vineyards
Makes Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and a rosé in Fairfield in the Suisun Valley. Includes descriptions of the products, company, and region, along with an award list and online ordering.
Peter Michael Winery
Highly sought-after producer of fine Chardonnays and Les Pavots proprietary wine.
Produces Merlot in San Anselmo. Includes information about the product, the company, and the history of winemaking in Marin County.
Ridgeway Family Vineyards
Produces Pinot Noir in Petaluma. Includes online ordering and pictures of the property.
Silver Oak Cellars
Cabernet Sauvignon specialist with vineyards in Alexander and Napa valleys. Offers product descriptions, videos, a newsletter, a "personal cellar," and a company overview.
Starry Night Winery
Producing hand-crafted fine wines in Marin County.
Steele Wines, Inc.
Owner and winemaker Jed Steele produces a range of red and whites under the Steele and Shooting Star labels in Lake County. Describes the wines, the winery, and their harvest festival.
Suisun Valley Vintners & Growers Association
Provides information about the appellation's history, geography, and climate, along with pictures and a list of wineries.
Vezér Family Vineyard
Small family winery producing Zinfandel, Verdelho, Petite Sirah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Chardonnay in Suisun Valley. Includes product descriptions, ordering, and event listings.
Watkins Family Winery
Sonoma County producer of Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, and Syrah. Includes product descriptions, ordering information, and a company profile.
Makes a range of reds and whites in Kelseyville. Contains product descriptions, an award list, and a company overview.
Sells wines with personalized labels. Includes descriptions of the products, the winery, and the company.
Wooden Valley Winery
Three generations of the Lanza family have operated this winery in Suisun City. Includes wine descriptions, club information, and online ordering.
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