Wines of California

(858) 756-3839 P.O. Box 643
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
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Wines of California is an export management company that has been providing quality California wines to international markets for more than ten years. We currently represent many California wineries throughout the world in their exportation of wine. The wines that are available through our company represent a broad spectrum of the varieties currently produced by California wineries—from the traditional varietals such as Chardonnay, Fumé (Sauvignon) Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Zinfandel, as well as generic red, white, and rosé wines. Additionally, we are able to provide some more difficult-to-find types of wine products, including fruit wines, fortified wines (vermouth, Marsala, etc.) and brandy. The quality of our wines will suit any taste—from the simple to the most sophisticated. In fact, the wineries that we represent have produced several award winning wines that would please even the most discriminating wine consumer. – Description from markomkc

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  • I panicked!No, we just felt like some red. I misjudged the style a bit. Okay, so we had something pretty interesting last night.  I think there's a story behind it.  It was a Marsanne/Roussane/Viognier blend from Alder Springs.  Not just the very large vineyard owned by the guy who invented the California Cooler. He grows all kinds of grapes up ... Read More

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  • I haven't played in this conversation for a while, mostly, because most of my purchases, lately, have been daily drinkers from places like Costco and Trader Joe's.Today we were over in Gardena.  Gardena does not have many claims to fame:  it was, I believe, the first community in Southern California to allow card casinos, it was the location of ... Read More

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  • Interesting lineup--nice group of California quality-but-not-cult makers.  I agree about spreading one's bets when it comes to grapes and makers.  I think I've got 33 or more varieties/blends represented in my holdings which are a modest 350 bottles or so.  (Wait, that dropped when I drank my last Lagrein this week, and I'm probably out of dolce... Read More

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  • Three forces moving together here to create an insane value. To think that most California Pinot drinkers pay $60 for such uninspired juice, something I've been guilty of plenty of times I have to admit.1. Cote de Beaune (Reds): Cote de Beaune reds are underrated, or seen as less than, due to their reputation for a more feminine expression. Ther... Read More

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  • Sandra and I were invited to attend a special wine tasting event in Washington DC tonight - called, "GEMS on the Road".  These were wine selections from twelve California wineries, with an emphasis on Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon varietals.  It wasn't cheap mind you as you could select as much as you wished to consume.  There were horderves... Read More

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  • You can buy 2015 California Cabernet if you look around, I'm sure.  Heck, maybe even 2016.  But the Italians make you wait a little longer--five years for Brunello, and four, more or less, for Barolo.  So that means the 2013 Barolos are starting to hit the market, and it's a highly anticipated vintage.  2014 suffered from hail, so it's going to ... Read More

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  • For the first installment, here's one of the best deals I've found in a while, a true classic Red Burgundy from Nuits St. Georges from Domaine Robert Chevillon.I can remember trying the 2010 on release, which was really the first year I dived in to Burgundy, and that 2010 Chevillon is still up there with the best and most memorable village wine ... Read More

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  • According to the Wine Institute, in 2015, eighty-three percent of wine from the United States was made from grapes grown in California. Clearly, the world wine stage has welcomed California bottles with opened arms. Wine lovers from around the world clamor for access to California wines. They journey to the state’s many celebrated regions with g... Read More

    From the article Wine in America, Beyond California


  • OT, I'm not saying you should come around.  Where you live, there are way more opportunities to buy excellent under-the-radar wines at fair prices.  While California may lack in great $15 bottles (and not always), I think the good Syrahs you have introduced many of us to make purchasing their N. Rhone competitors mostly superfluous.  When you ge... Read More

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  • We took a tour of the cellar and kitchen as well.That is one hopping operation they have workers everywhere. Guys, cooking steaks...Cutting and trimming meat...There was a guy whose only job is slicing onions for their onion rings. About 600lbs an evening!Cellar was a trip. Row after row after row. 650,000 bottles all told. The trophy wines were... Read More

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