(805) 434–1030 2900 Vineyard Drive
Templeton, CA 93465
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Turley is a winery that focuses on small production “Big Red” wines from old vine Zinfandel and Petite Syrah, based in St. Helena in the Napa Valley, California. The winery is a family operation helmed brother and sister duo Larry and Helen Turley, founded in 1993. Their prestigious wines are in constantly high demand, and their private wine club has a two-year waiting list. The wines are produced from several vineyards, with vines dating back to the 1800s. Each terroir lends its own character to the wines, and they are given separate labels according to location each vintage. The vineyards are located in Napa, Sonoma, Paso Robles, Lodi, Howell Mountain and Contra Costa. 

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  • Traminer

  • 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...

  • Petite Sirah

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

  • Cinsault

    History of the grape: Cinsau(l)t has been growing in Southern France for centuries. In the Rhone and Languedoc region...

  • Salvador

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  • Turley Pesenti Vineyard Zinfandel Paso Robles 2004


    Bigger than the '01, '02, and '03 Pesenti vineyard zins, the 2004 explodes out of the glass with powerful yet intoxicating fruit on the nose. The attack is a mouth-coater, and the mid-palate is every bit as broad and luxurious as the 2002- though composed of "thicker walls". The finish is extremely long and evolves with rich, smokey black frui... Read More

    Wine review by ChipDWood

  • Earthquake Zinfandel Lodi Appelation 2007


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    Wine review by VoicesKerry

  • Earthquake Zinfandel Michael-David Zinfandel 2008


    Great balance, silky, very long finish. I liked this one better than the 2007. Only quibble is the winemaker was a bit too heavy handed with the oak. Phenomenal bottle of wine for the price. Read More

    Wine review by vin7619

  • We would like to find some good wine that is from Mexico. Can anybody help ??Thx and God Bless. Read More

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  • Earthquake Zinfandel Michael-David Zinfandel 2008


    I loved the thick texture. Very fruity and deep. A fantastic wine with lots of flavor and body. Read More

    Wine review by DonnaGrayson

  • Earthquake Zinfandel Lodi Appelation 2007


    interesting nose: my husband and I both agree on Kalamata olives, molasses and smoke. Wondering if that area had wildfires in '07. Mind you, the smoke is not unpleasant, and mostly noticeable in the empty glass after the wine was gone. Read More

    Wine review by lazrohrs1

  • Hi all,I've been Snooth-ing formally for a few months, and periodically ... a ... a few others.  So far, Turley and Byron are on the list.  Byron's overwhelming ratings in a recent WE make it a must, but I'm not entirely committed to a Pinot-focused tour.  Any strong recommendations for the budding syrah and zin growers out that way?Also, I li... Read More

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  • Turley Zinfandel Grist Vineyard 2005


    Needs to breath but once it has had some air this is a very rich zine, nice QPR. Read More

    Wine review by fthead9

  • Yes, I am native SF bay area Californian... 2nd gen.  Yes, I love and drink CA wines.  Yes, I have started to go outside my comfort zone and drink wine from other regions, many of which I really like.However, my hands down fav. wines are California wines.. unless it is a grape done more commonly in another area and not CA- examples are Torrontes... Read More

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  • Just throught I would throw out this question to the educated audience:If you were put in charge of giving five California Estates "First Grwoth" status as was done in Bordeaux back in 1855, what would your list look like?While I haven't had the pleasure to try many of these, mine would go:1) Screaming Eagle2) Harlan Estate3) Bryant Family4) Sin... Read More

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