The Other Guys

35 Maple Street
Sonoma, CA 95476
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The Other Guys (TOG) is the next page in the 100-year history of the one of California’s oldest wine families. Through TOG, siblings Mia & August Sebastiani, are determined to make wines that will continue their family’s reputation for quality winemaking for generations to come. We are building this company one handshake at a time, stepping back to the early days when all wine companies were family owned and operated. And through our website, we invite you to learn more about where those wines came from, who we are, and what we’re all about.

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  • Petite Sirah

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

  • Merlot

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

  • Zinfandel

    Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

  • Chardonnay

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

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

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  • Boy, I leave guys unattended for a little while and you get all testy with each other. ;-)Re: Wild Boar - Wineries don’t sell grapes, vineyards do.  No wine label ever lists a winery name as a source of fruit. No AVA or vineyard source listed on the bottle because the target market would not be moved by such. They don’t grow good Pinot Noir in N... Read More

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  • Hi guys, I'm here again for some advice on wine travel: I will be in Lyon this November for 4 days (well, 3 and 1/2) and I was thinking about trying to hit a couple of caves. I will not be driving, which makes it tricky, but not afraid of taking trains, buses, Bla Bla Car, Uber, etc... Also not *totally* opposed to tours... I know, beggars can't... Read More

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  • Looks like you were down in Oz watching them, at least on my computer.  ;-)Guessing you guys were hanging there for a few hours? Back at the beginning of last decade when Coldplay was first getting going, I'd pop into a local bar that a lot of 'gaijin' (foreigners) frequented, during Happy Hour for a beer right after doing my workouts at a nearb... Read More

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  • "The right didn't make a point of starting fights in the streets with Obama lovers,"Charlottesville?D - I wouldn't call them "the right". They there were wing nuts. The thing was organized by a guy named Jason Kessler, who is a bigot and supremacist. He had a gang of thug-like folks marching around, some with guns. But they weren't fighting, the... Read More

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  • Sandra and I had a wonderful four thousand mile road trip in August to view the 2017 solar eclipse in totality at Douglas, Wyoming.  Check out our web page and see what it's like to drink bourbon on the Kentucky Bourbon trail, go up into the St. Louis Arch, see Carhenge, the Devil's Tower, Sturgis, Mount Rushmore, Chicago's Field Museum, and the... Read More

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  • You guys are on top of the Stags' Leap Winery thing.  All I know is that I should have finished the bottle the first night.  The second day it was not quite as tasty.  We are drinking other things on this trip too, as in beer and Bourbon.  I gave several shots of Bourbon to our new friends during the viewing of totality this morning.  Quite an e... Read More

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  • I have a bottle of Château Lafite Rothschild Pauillac (1978) that my Dad recently gave me. He collects wines. It was given to him in 1978 for his birthday. It has been stored on its side and not moved around often. I would like to sell it but don't know where to begin. Read More

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  • The Sunset magazine that arrived today had a (very) short article on some relatively modestly-priced domestic wines.  In that article was a breakdown of one producer's cost for a bottle Pinot Noir.  The producer is Alit.  I am unfamiliar with this winery, but it looks like they are in Oregon.20.6% -- Price of the fruit. 7.8% -- Labor--winery sta... Read More

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  • RC - That 2011 Domaine de Ferrand CdP must have been very nice.  We visited that wine region on our Viking River Cruise down the Rhone River a few years ago.EM - Regarding the repiping of houses - I remember people that had plastic pipes, especially those flexible pipes in townhomes that the chlorine would dissolve over time.  We have copper pip... Read More

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  • As usual the event will be at my house.  South American wines will poured for the most part - and most of those will be from the local area.  What does that mean?  Won't be any high end wines, just wines that are readily available to the people attending - which will be a different group also.This going to a family style backyard bbq, just frien... Read More

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