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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  • Pinot Noir

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

  • Chardonnay

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

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

  • Zinfandel

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

  • Merlot

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

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  • Y'know, Rckr, they're damned if they do and they're damned if they don't.  Comparing across different geographies is certainly valid, but a concentration on a single geography is just as valid.Then, you have to consider the capitalist view.  Typically, these events are underwritten by a winery, or some sort of marketing group.  They want to feat... Read More

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  • It seemed well received by those not familiar the the Spain side of the grape's expression. I, personally, would like to have it done a different method- a true celebration of the grape from different areas. It's not hard and I think that it would have a better nod towards the grape. Itself.How did you feel about the VT. Read More

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  • Hi Snooth community, Super excited to join the community as I've been looking to learn and find more places to buy wine online. With a strong community such as yourselves, I feel I'll be able to learn & contribute to Snooth with like minded people who are also looking to do the same.Cheers! Read More

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  • Thanks for the book rec, I'm sure it'd be a good read for me. Have become increasingly interested in Champagne lately. Ruppert-Leroy says they are interested in showcasing the still side of Champagne instead of just bubbles, which I can appreciate (especially in this warmer era we live in), and their vineyard and management practices seem to hav... Read More

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  • Had heard good things about an organically farmed (only 4-5 hectares just outside the Côte d'Or boundary) champagne producer, Ruppert-Leroy, a while back, and I got a good impression from the Blanc de Blancs bottle I've tried of theirs. They also make a Blanc de Noirs, and another that may be a combination.In looking them up recently, I noticed ... Read More

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  • A somewhat tall order, as does not seem up my alley. Sort of resigning myself to not so much of a Syrah guy as it is, but good to get a little more background on these guys.Some impulse buys the other day for me:2015 Chateau Thivin Côte de Brouilly - Seems like one of the top Cru Beajolais, and great value.2010 Elvio Cogno Barolo Ravera - Great ... Read More

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  • RCKR1951:  I couldn't really say with any accuracy what the area may look like 15 to 20 years from now.  I can assume it will be warmer and you may see more reds being planted (and more vinifera in general).  Cab Franc could do well possibly in the Finger Lakes.  The only problem is that it tends to bud pretty early and upstate NY can certainly ... Read More

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  • Hello all,I am Shane. New here, thought I would say hi whilst savoring a nice montalpuciano de abruzzo! Have a lovely evening! S Read More

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  • Hi, I'm Bruce.  I'm a UC Davis graduate of enology (26 years ago..alas) and have recently joined Snooth.  I was a former winemaker and enologist at two wineries on Long Island during the 1990s and am now semi-retired in Sarasota, FL.I'm still working in the wine trade, part-time in retail, but otherwise retired.  I'm still active in wine and eno... Read More

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  • I typically shy away from Pinot Noir, preferring more full bodied, dark & dense varieties.But I have had a couple Pinot's that knocked my socks off. In each case, these were made New World style with very concentrated extraction resulting in a fruity palette and dense mouth feel. But I don't recall what wines/vintages were like this.Would love t... Read More

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