Cellars of Sonoma

707-578-1826 133 4th Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
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Cellars of Sonoma offers savvy wine consumers the ability to sample and purchase boutique, small lot wines not available in the traditional marketplace. In addition to offering exclusive, handcrafted wines for purchase, Cellars of Sonoma provides regularly scheduled educational and special events geared toward Sonoma County residents and visitors alike. The experience that Cellars of Sonoma offers its guests is not like a traditional wine retail shop but rather one that is akin to being in the tasting room of an upscale, family-owned winery. The ambiance is meant to give our visitors a more authentic and memorable Sonoma wine country experience. In providing difficult to find, small lot wines to consumers, Cellars of Sonoma offers a valuable distribution channel to its vintner partners. – Description from CellarsofSonoma

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  • . . . but has anybody participated in, or read about, a blind tasting of multiple samples of the same wine that have been opened for varying amounts of time?Many years ago I subscribed to Stereophile magazine. Not that I could afford the high-end equipment that they reviewed--heck, I could barely afford the magazine subscription--but I enjoy mus... Read More

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  • "Wilde Farm is one of the most exciting new projects I have tasted in the last few years...Readers who can find these wines should not hesitate as they are terrific."Wilde Farm Donnelly Creek Pinot Noir - 94 pointsWilde Farm Brosseau Chardonnay - 93 PointsWilde Farm Bedrock Heritage - 93 Pointshttp://vinousmedia.com/articles/the-undiscovered-cal... Read More

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  • Last night we finished off a couple bottles that we had opened up on Sunday evening. I really need to pare down my purchases a bit and start focusing on the wines  and winemakers that are hitting the mark for me right now. Two of those are. Mike Smith of Ancillary Cellars and Ryan/Megan Glaab of RYME Cellars.RYME "Hers" Las Brisas Vyd Vermentino... Read More

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  • I was fortunate to be able to attends last weeks ZAP Experience. As you might know this year’s event differed from those in years past as the event was broken down into additional components.  The trade and media portion of the Experience is now a discreet tasting, and the grand tasting has been broken out into sections, that took place on the g... Read More

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  • Mine is saying that I spend far more money on wine than I should be for my income level. Around 500 bottles in stock. I too have been undergoing a palate shift over the past couple years and wines that I bought from '07 that I am opening now are disappointingly over the top. Good thing there aren't many like that left.Luckily I have been buying ... Read More

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  • Good news! I've been invited to my first wine makers dinner! Needless to say, I'm excited about the opportunity. The dinner is going to be with Gilles Nicault from Long Shadows next week.Naturally I'll be doing my homework in advance to learn what I can and think about good questions I'd like to ask. I know that Long Shadows has been discussed h... Read More

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  • I just checked my inventory--updating after purchasing some Myriad Syrah (thanks, OT!) and putting in the Jemrose Syrahs I bought a month ago (thanks again, OT!) and it is now official:  I have more Syrah than Cab on hand and quite a bit pending delivery.  (Um, thanks OT? Love the wines but the space is getting a little tight...)So it seemed lik... Read More

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  • The truth is that I don’t drink very much Cabernet these days, opting instead for other wines that fit my lifestyle a bit better. It’s not that I don’t like Cabernet.In fact I can honestly say that I still love Cabernet, though that love is mostly satisfied by older examples from California and some newer releases from places like South Africa. ... Read More

    From the article Great Cabernet under $25


  • I started this article thinking of pitting Washington State Merlot, arguably the state's most successful varietal wine, against those from California, and to an extent that is what I have done, at multiple price points between $20 and $40. But this exercise turned into something a bit more interesting. It illuminated a few of the basic tenets of... Read More

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  • Not only is Cabernet Sauvignon the most popular red wine, it’s also one that is best suited to gift giving. It’s a wine that everyone knows and understands. Big, rich and bold, it’s the archetype of red wines that is perfect for the cooler months that lie ahead. While Cabernet does get a bit of a bad rap as being ubiquitous, that doesn’t mean th... Read More

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