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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  • Merlot

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

  • Pinot Noir

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

  • 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...

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  • Sandra and I enjoyed the evening last night at The Kennedy Center Opera House, but this time we were there for a Washington National Opera (WNO) rehearsal, where previously the only rehearsals we had heard were by the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO).  I was worried a bit that this would be like a few of the NSO rehearsals, where they suddenly ... Read More

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  • So i bought this honey badger red wine like 8 months ago. I opened it had one glass and put it away because everyone was content with the other wine. It had a very different scent and taste but in a good way. Now 8 months later the bottle been sitting in room tempature but its been opened before. I opened it and it still had that smell to it and... Read More

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  • We finally got the news that we are approved for our planning permit.  Now comes the really trying part:  building permits, contractors' estimates, dislocation, refinancing, and dealing with the neighbor who tried to stop the project and who will harass the contractor.  But it's official:  I get a basement with room for a real cellar with temper... Read More

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  • Sometimes I have to think a minute about what sort of wine would be appropriate with an activity, rather than a certain meal.  I mean, you might pour a glass of wine without any thought given to a food stuff that might be consumed while you enjoy the wine. For instance, I could come home and find one of our cats sleeping on the couch in the fami... Read More

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  • Back in 1996 I ordered three bottles of Lafite Rothschild (futures) and received the bottles a year or so later. I auctioned off one bottle several years ago and now am considering selling of the other two bottles.The wine has always been stored in dark, vibration free conditions.... in a consistently air conditioned environment. They have been ... Read More

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  • I'm putting together a blind tasting of sparkling wines, ideally with all four methods of sparkling wine production represented.Trà linh chiThere are, of course, lots of examples of traditional method sparkling wines to choose from (Champagne, Cava). Same goes for the Charmat method wines (Prosecco).Where I need suggestions is the transfer metho... Read More

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  • Sandra and I were fortunate yesterday to attend a quickly sold out (57 minutes after the e-mail went out to the RdV Ambassador members, it was fully booked) 'Introduction to Blind Tasting' class at our favorite Northern Virginia winery, RdV.  Getting our two slots in this class was tough, as we didn't call them until 5 or 6 hours after their e-m... Read More

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  • Hey, I hear that VTs are coming back, with one scheduled for March!  Not to steal the thunder, so I won't leak what the region/grape is going to be (regulars, watch your mail boxes if you live in the US), but it's going to be good if my inbox is any indication.I'm opening up the floor to ask the question, "Who do you think will be the host?"  Ma... Read More

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  • Emark - there was no such thing as a tasting room before Mondavi. His family was in the business, but the business was small potatoes. The US had a wine industry, but wine was never a big deal for Americans. Americans drank liquor, usually corn liquor. Remember the Whiskey Rebellion? Washington himself was a big distiller. Jefferson drank wine b... Read More

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  • AoK - it's not that difficult if you think about the history. In Europe, the guys would go out and plant some vines and if a particular vine put out some pretty good grapes, they'd take cuttings, root those, and get more of that grape. When invaders or travellers showed up or when people travelled elsewhere, they'd see something that looked prom... Read More

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