(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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  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

  • Cinsault

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

  • Traminer

  • Zinfandel

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

  • Charbono

    Charbono is grown on just a handful of acres on California’s North Coast, mainly in the Napa Valley. This grape usual...

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  • I find the assertion that oaked chardonnay is somehow lacking in pure fruit ... hands of people like Helen Turley, chardonnay can be fully malo'd, fermented in oak, and packed with delicious ripe fruit flavor. Brewer Clifton still makes a pretty good bottle of wine, most of which I think see both wood and malo; I prefer the Sweeney Canyon bott... Read More

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  • Emark, couple comments on your recent wines. Yes, you have changed.  ... ... with a few others, like Turley and obviously Ridge), but never did like his wines.  Kept wondering what was wrong with me.  Nothing, it turns out.  Just not my style.  He's trained lots of people who make wines I like.  So give him credit there, too.Now, that Maurits... Read More

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  • My first dip into The Label. I passed last year, this year I took a flyer on a ... ;)  )A Cabernet from Turley,  13.4% abv, ripe but not like you would think with the Turley name on it. Will follow through tomorrow night. 2011 vintag Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight? by 324443outthere 324443 outthere

  • We finished off the Gather and Turley (I got a small taste of the Turley ;) ) from last night and I popped a Holdredge Schioppettino to finish the evening off paired with a Talenti Southern Butter Pecan Gelato. TGIF!Glad I had you going there JD! Read More

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  • Is it me, or are oaky chards out of fashion? Nowadays most every producer I encounter boasts about their stainless steel tanks. All I want to experience with my Chardonnay is toast with a big ol' pad of melted butter on top. Can anyone recommend some excellent oaky chard producers? Thanks!  Read More

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  • Sounds interesting Mark, at least if there was a Charbono tasting to be had.OT...agree on Turley (plus I believe they source from Tofanelli's vineyard) so really not much interest there at an inflated price. However, in checking out Foley's he talks about the wine getting under 13% routinely and that the grape stops producing sugar at 22 Brix so... Read More

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  • So does Turley but it's like $45. Foley wines tend to be a little on the big side. For this VT I was picking new world wine for an old world drinker so voted against Foley and Turley. Read More

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  • I believe I have Dmcker to thank for endorsing Charbono in another thread.Got roped into a dinner last night when I should have been on my way home to my family...and it would have been especially painful if I didn't know to order the Charbono on the short by the glass menu. This was the most satisfying Napa wine I can remember, probably eclipsi... Read More

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  • Good story D.  Charbono is still around - both Pride and Turley make it. Fife did for a while, Edmund St. John did if I recall, and there were a few others.It's nice that people are still doing it. Maybe Coppola will bring it back to Inglenook? It's a shame that there are so few producers. People limit themselves to Cab vs Pinot Noir, and they t... Read More

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  • Thought this was an interesting mailer I'd share with you all. Already forwarded the e-mail to Fox as he is one of the few champions of Dolcetto that I know. This would also fit in well with the "weekday wines" thread. Fox and I agreeing it's a good week day pasta night wine, or even a 1st wine in a flight of Northern Italian Reds. To all Best W... Read More

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