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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  • Galileo once said “Wine is water, held together by sunlight.” With all the record rainfall that NY has been getting this year, it’s been impossible not to think about how water affects wine quality.  Too much or too little can significantly impact the way a harvest will develop.  Since the largest chemical component of wine is also water, Galile... Read More

    From the article The Water and Your Wine


  • EMARK - I am not much on white wine either.  Miss the good big California chards, like gruners, vinho verdes and sauv blancs.  Don't have to be really expensive either.62 Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekday Wines - Post Pictures...


  • The big difference in losing that buttery flavor that you describe is what GREG T. was talking about.  It was first really noticed in chardonnay as the use of new oak, French or American, became restricted or wasn't used at all in California.  Actually, I miss those.Now to those that have that sensitivity to it, which it seems that you and your ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic My search for a Red


  • Pretty good CA Chardonnay I've enjoyed this bottling in years past.  This one is right in the same groove.  Reasonable (for California) application of oak.  Flavors on the tip of the tongue of peach, kiwi, and, maybe, caramel, but the lemony acid is what wins me over.  As a red wine bigot, I'll never be seduced over to the Chardonnay side, but i... Read More

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  • I am not sure if they actually source their grapes for dry wine from the north east coast, maybe they source from California or maybe South Carolina or something because the only wines that I know are for sure grown in Ohio are sweet wines with lots of grape musk. Like Concord and Catawba. I have asked the same question about where they source t... Read More

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  • Zinfandel for some reason reminds me of porta-potty deodorizer. I think if I never smelled a porta-potty I would like it though! I can always taste Zinfandel in blended Italian table wines and it turns me off, although there are a few brands I like that do have a little Zinf but mainly Merlot.It has a rose or flower scent and taste to it that ju... Read More

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  • Have you been drowning in rosé? For most of us it’s a summertime guarantee. Gratefully, the majority of rosé have something unique to share. Endless combinations of grapes, production methods, climate and terroir make variety possible. The funny thing is that once fall hits rosé is soon forgotten. It’s a curious circumstance to me; both fall and... Read More

    From the article Summer Rose for Fall & Winter Pairings


  • Scott Peterson S.P. Drummer Napa Chardonnay 2015

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    A recent Naked Wines selection and a great example of a balanced oak and fruit California Chardonnay.Light clear gold in the glass. Opens with cola and vanilla; then more vanilla and cream soda; then herbs. Most of this carries over to the palate along with stewed stone fruit - peaches and apricot; along with ripe melon. Very smooth and balanced... Read More

    Wine review by puhnner


  • Apples, gourds, and snifters of port are right around the corner. Let’s cherish the last bits of summer before they’re all gone. Here are four choice picks, all under fifteen dollars, from some of the web’s top palates. Each one pairs well with sand and suntans. Cheers!Old Reliable Savvy-BThe 2016 Crowded House Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New ... Read More

    From the article The Last Wines of Summer


  • EMark,It really depends on the wine. For most wines, a sampling of the opened bottle can give you a good idea, how the wine will age over time.  In the span of 2 or 3 days, you can determine how that wine will age. There are so many factors on how a wine will taste when aerated, I tend to like wines that are cellar temperature and as they gradua... Read More

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