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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  • Speak for yourself EMark!  I'm going down to Tradewater's place very soon!  :)Welcome TW.  I'm going to throw out my biggest dislike right away, and that is that there is simply too much wine that we can't really share!  These California people have so many wines at their fingertips, but even in Washington state and BC (where I am), we don't get... Read More

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  • Hello, EMark.  Thank you for the welcome.It is sometimes awkward, this Internet forum kind of thing, isn't it?   I have often observed very unfortunate exchanges between members of various forums ... usually due to the inability of each to hear the nuanced inflections of the other's voice or see the wry smirk that might normally accompany a very... Read More

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  • Our courtyard is the perfect place, at least at this time of year.  It has seen many gatherings of friends and acquaintances to enjoy a little fruit and cheese, a little wine, and a lot of conversation.  What, after all, can be more important than trying to communicate with other humans -- and how better than in my courtyard and over a nice glas... Read More

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  • Almost fruity by design, because that’s what we know you like. The natural, slightly bitter character of Malbec is being obscured, in those examples that through clonal selection, cropping, or vintage character still display it. In its place we’re increasingly finding the fruit that consumers have grown to expect from their wines. Not enough fru... Read More

    From the article Where has all the Malbec Gone?


  • I'm 34 yrs old and have been working in the restaurant industry for the last 21 years.  Currently, I am the front of house manager at Gracie's in Providence, RI. (Graciesprov.com) My current interests in wine include Ribera Del Duero, Clare Valley Riesling, wines of New England and Long Island, NY, Austrian reds like St. Laurent and Blaufränkisc... Read More

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  • If she's likening it to malolactic, once it's tamed we're talking more than just small batches. It's personally interesting to me that Zelma Long was playing around with it 25 or more years ago. She was someone I noticed when she moved to Simi from Mondavi at the end of the '70s. I began a book project that was catalyzed by a Capra Press (small,... Read More

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  • Just went and checked that Wine Berserker thread again, and it looks to be picking up a head of steam. Got a pointer there to a Wine Spectator article that I hadn't seen, which spotlights a recent UC Davis report on brettanomyces in wine. The article's a good one, not too long, and bears reading. Some highlights: 'Mousey. Wet Dog. Burnt plastic.... Read More

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  • I'll double check the schedule, but sounds highly likely.  I can also transport a few people from Oakland. OT is being modest about the cooking.  He's terrific.  I vote for some kind of grilled lamb or merguez as part of it.  I'll also put something together to bring.I've got some '07 Cornas I would be happy to contribute, (Also '09 and '10, but... Read More

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  • Welcome, Calvin.  I know that you will enjoy your wine adventures.Let me help you out, a bit, on serving temperatures.  Typically, white wines are served chilled.  The definition of "chilled" depends on the server.  For most people it means the wine has been in the refrigerator for, at least, a few hours.  Now, some people will argue that "refri... Read More

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  • So I'm sure like many of you, it was inevitable that I stumbled across this site. I am a fellow wine lover, and always looking for new great wines to try. So far I've enjoyed how informative this site is, and the broad range of wines to learn and purchase from. I've been a wine lover since day one, but since I've lived in CA's central coast I ha... Read More

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