The Vineyard Cellars

+44 1488 681313 The Bindery, Eddington House
Hungerford, RG17 0PL
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While most include California in the new world wine category, California could also be regarded as the newest old world wine country. Afterall, California winemaking traditions date back to the late 1700’s, when Spanish missionaries introduced winemaking to California from Mexico. The combination of almost 250 years of wine making traditions and experience, our modern-day drive for innovation and improvement, and an ideal climate to grow grapes, makes California one of the best places on earth to make outstanding wine. And that’s where The Vineyard Cellars come in! Founded in late-2000, we are Europe’s only exclusive Californian wine merchant specialising only in small-production, high quality wine from the Golden State. We work in a “hands on” style, directly with our producers and bring the wine to you under strict temperature control so that the bottle arrives at your table in peak condition. Apart from offering our wines for sale through this web site, we can also arrange private tours Read more »

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  • As expected, I tried quite a few Santa Barbara wines this weekend and came out with some good finds. Here's the run down of the first day, i'll have to continue on with day two later on.Jaffurs - This was our first stop on the way up, it wasn't a great time to visit as their better/best 2008 wines were sold out, but everything they put out is ve... Read More

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  • So last winter, we drank a bottle of 2004 Dom de la Roquete Chateauneuf du Pape.  Delicious.  Bought it at deep discount, and wished I had bought more.  Last month, at a large dinner, someone (a beverage professional from one of SF's best restaurants) brought the 2007 of same wine, direct from Kermit Lynch, so the provenance was unquestionable. ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic RP wrong about the vintage or...


  • Japanese back in the '80s, UK and French money from before that, Australia and Chile more recently. Not too surprising, but I suppose it is a milestone of sorts.From the April 24 issue of Wine Industry insight... Chinese Investors Buy Into Napa ValleyChinese investors have made international headlines over the past year buying chateaux in Fran... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Another shoe drops: Chinese...


  • I am looking for a great 375ml. Open to many suggestions. I might have some cheese and chocolates with. Just want an amazing wine to remember. I am intrigued to something a little older but it does not have to be. Some possibilities:Joseph Phelps Insignia 2002, 2007Rauzan Segla 2005Calon Segur 2000Opus One 1996  Tenuta Dell'Ornellaia Bolgheri Or... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Recommend a 1/2 bottle, $80-150


  • It's not often that one gets to taste a vertical of a premium Napa Valley Cabernet, and rarer still when those wines come directly from the producer's cellar! Join us, Juslyn Vineyards' General Manager Stephanie DeMasi and Snooth's Editor-in-Chief Gregogry Dal Piaz, as we taste these magical wines. Starting with the 2002 (one of the best vintage... Read More

    From the article New York Tasting Alert, April 13th


  • Hi All,I'm pretty new to the site (this is my first forum post), I find it to be an invaluable resource though.  It's greatest accomplishment for me has been to help me find great and afforable wine, allowing me to drink beautiful vino as often as I want.  However, I haven't been running into many recommended pinots in the price range where I ca... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pinot noir under $15


  • I've just offered to help some friends select wines for their upcoming wedding, and thought i'd drop in to see if you all had any fresh suggestions.  The price range/bottle is $10-$20, and it will be for at least two types of red wine. Right off the bat, I'm pretty sure I can easily find a good Malbec blend from Argentina that fits the criteria.... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Selecting Wines for a Wedding


  • Given NG's Californian Cab thread had morphed into Sparkling, I thought maybe that was a good time to take the interesting stuff coming through into its own thread.So I will start with the following sort of recapChampagne is a bit like Burgundy in that it is clearly leading the world in its reputation even in the places where local equivalents a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Champagne and all things...


  • Outside of the pricey boutique wineries, who do you think consistently produces good wine year-after-year and represents good value? I'm thinking of the "larger" more established wine makers, who try and bring their A-game across the spectrum of their varietals.To me the sign of a good wine maker and overall brand is someone who you can trust ev... Read More

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  • Hi,I am looking to finde the really fat, thick, creamy Chardonnays. The ones that can hardly leave the glass. It doesn't matter if malolactic fermentation has been used or not - what matters is that the wine is a real "extreme butter bomb".Can anyone recomend any such extremly fat creamy Chardonnays ? Read More

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