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90 Point Wine Advocate - The 2011 Angeli Cuvée (15.2% natural alcohol) is composed of primarily Zinfandel blended with Carignane and Petite Sirah. It exhibits briery, peppery, meaty, raspberry and ...
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90 Point Wine Advocate - Aromas of tangerines, nectarines and green apples emerge from the 2013 Chardonnay Chalk Hill Estate Vineyard. Medium bodied with a hint of wet rock minerality, this pure beauty’s ...
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90 Point Wine Advocate : This 2014 Louis M. Martini Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon opens with huge aromas of blackberry, plum and vanilla plus and a little bit of a spicy herb. But take a good gulp and ...
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This lush and inviting Merlot displays flavors of ripe blackberry, black cherry and cassis, underscored by hints of sweet spice, cocoa and leather. On the palate, balanced acidity adds poise and elegance, ...
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How do you become the world’s most loved wine brand? You start with a belief that wine should never be taken too seriously and a conviction that when you follow your heart there’s no limit to ...
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Fruit-forward aromas of dark cherry and plum sauce, with forest floor and oriental spice. The palate is medium to full bodied, with juicy, cherry fruit.
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This Sonoma County Chardonnay has aromas of red apples and pears with cream. Because of its balance, it is incredibly versatile with food. It has enough weight to hold up to richer seafood like scallops ...
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Soft and silky, with intriguing rose petal and crushed pomegranate aromas, this medium bodied wine was aged for 10 months in small French oak barrels, which added a hint of toasty vanilla and spice complexity. ...
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There are few white wine grape varietals as famous or widely appreciated as the Chardonnay, and with good reason. This highly flexible and adaptable grape quickly became a favorite of wineries due to its ...
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How do you become the world’s most loved wine brand? You start with a belief that wine should never be taken too seriously and a conviction that when you follow your heart there’s no limit to ...
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The Russian River carves a gap in the rugged coastal mountains of Sonoma County, building a route for cooling afternoon breezes and morning fog that creates the unique terroir of the Russian River Valley. ...
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The 2015 vintage marked the fourth year of drought in Sonoma County. The year began with an early spring followed by a long cool growing season; making for a very light crop of extravagantly flavored fruit. ...
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The Private Reserve wines are the ultimate wines within the portfolio, limited in production, sourced from the finest vineyards in Sonoma County, from appellations best suited for a specific varietal given ...
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Our Sea Slopes Pinot Noir is blended for earlier release and is ready to enjoy sooner than our other Fort Ross Vineyard Pinot Noirs. This expressive ruby hued Pinot Noir has bright black cherry, wild berry, ...
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This Durell Chardonnay is our most hedonistic to date with aromas of toasty oak, coconut shavings, lemon custard baked apple and vanilla bean. A full and rich palate of bread dough, crème brulee ...
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Sonoma County is situated between Napa Valley and the Pacific Ocean with a range of cooler to warmer climates all within this one region. Sonoma County wineries take advantage of this range to produce varieties that are best suited to the geography.

The region has given rise to hundreds of Sonoma County wineries. It yields everything from full-bodied reds to rich whites and softer reds. The most popular varieties include Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot and Zinfandel.

Sonoma County is also known for its value. Check out popular varieties of still, sparkling and kosher wines at Wine Chateau. We offer discounts on the best bottles and cases of Sonoma County wines.

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