California Cellars

(916) 777-5747 15511 Isleton Rd
Isleton, CA 95641
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Our 102 acre estate is located just outside of the historic town of Isleton, within the growing region of Clarksburg. The property is located within a beautifully sculptured micro-climate, bordered on the north, by Napa Valley and just below the foothills of Calaveras and Amador counties and next to the town of Lodi. In the spring and summer, the warm days are cooled by the Delta breeze, which creates ideal growing conditions. We grow and bottle all our wines on the estate. That means we control every step in the winemaking process and do not buy grapes on the open market. Our winemaker is Bill Dyer, who spent 20 years at Sterling Vineyards and won national acclaim for the wines and a number of innovations, during that time. – Description from Kursulla

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  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Viogner

  • Malbec

    History of the grape: Some believe Malbec is named after a Hungarian peasant who spread plantings along the French co...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Petite Sirah

    History of the grape: Petite Syrah is often confused with its parent grape, Syrah, but it has been identified as a se...

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  • So on a whim we decided to visit British Columbia. But we flew up to Washington, so visited a few places there too. Totally off the subject of wine, I found an awesome bakery in Spokane and the girl there served me this thing that I thought was a kind of Parmesan cheese foam. In fact it was fermented cashew whip, which was definitely weird, but ... Read More

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  • This weekend, we celebrate thirty years of the Stags Leap District, Napa’s smallest producing sub-appellation. It achieved status in 1989 on the basis of its distinct soils. While I’m happy to commemorate the milestone, it’s important to remember that the hype began long before appellation status was granted. The wine industry in the United Stat... Read More

    From the article This weekend, I'm celebrating wines from Stags Leap.

  • Turley Wine Cellars Zinfandel California Old Vines 2015


    Some red fruit--cherry, plum--on the tip of the tongue. Some dustiness. Very moderate tannin. Not quite full-bodied. Do not drink this one right our of the cellar. Let it warm up for a few minutes. It then emerges as a very enjoyable wine, Read More

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  • One of the few real bargains left in France are found in the southern Rhone and Bouche du Rhône and fall under the appellation Cotes du Rhône and Cotes du Rhône-Villages.  These wines are delicious whether red or white, and are still affordable at good price to quality ratios.  Their copies in Australia, South Africa, Australia and North America... Read More

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  • This Topic is partially intended to start a new thread on daily wine drinking as the earlier topics are just too long and too general.  How about telling us more about your choices and helping me start a new thread for the next generation, so to speak?  The "why" is the interesting part for some of us - but pictures are always welcome; after all... Read More

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  • As a long-time resident of Philadelphia, trips to “Wine Country” for me consisted of a lengthy flight, usually in the neighborhood of 6-7 hours. I would either head west, to one of the many regions in California, Oregon, or Washington. Or, I would fly east, heading across the Atlantic to one of the countless wine regions in Europe.It was not unt... Read More

    From the article This world-class wine region was in my backyard.

  • The history of Zinfandel in America can be traced back to Italian Immigrants who planted it all over California for a number of reasons including its hearty nature. For that reason it was also the dominant choice of home winemakers in other parts of the country who were purchasing grapes shipped east from California.  For years it was thought th... Read More

    From the article This is America's Most Versatile Wine Grape

  • Hasn’t it? When we started Snooth back in 2007, rosé was not such a hot button topic. Its growth over the past eleven years is astounding. Nielsen reports that sales of still rosé have risen sixty-five percent since last year. Sparkling rosé sales jumped by sixteen percent. The funny thing is, we can assume that prior to direct pressing most all... Read More

    From the article Rose Has Jumped the Shark

  • Barefoot Bubbly Brut Rose California


    Rose petal essence with cherry notes. Searing acidity on entry and sharp carbonation yields to a creamy palate of strawberry flavors. Read More

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  • Aurelia Cellars Merlot California 2011


    The 2011 Merlot was the best merlot I have tasted extremely smooth. Read More

    Wine review by C Hickman

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