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The Hanson Family has hand crafted an exceptional small batch organic vodka distilled from the finest grapes. Hanson of Sonoma distills its vodkas from grapes. Using a massive 50-plate column still, it ...
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This is a well-crafted, likable wine made at a fair value. The tightly wound mix of red fruit and licorice softens on the palate to offer approachability and a bite of tannin and oak.
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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 base ingredient for Hanson Of Sonoma Ginger is Grape, and this vodka is classified as a flavored vodka. Grape vodkas generally have a fruity and earthy taste. Hanson Of Sonoma Organic Vodkas are thoughtfully ...
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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 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon is a classic Alexander Valley wine with medium body, great fruit flavors and grippy tannins. Winemaker Kevin Hall added 7% Merlot for structure, a touch of Cabernet Franc for ...
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95 Points - Wine Review Online.com: - The dark purplish-red hue of our Louis M. Martini Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is indicative of its decadent blueberry and black cherry aromas and flavors. ...
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This wine’s rich fruit component complements mildly spiced vegetarian dishes and rich, creamy shellfish entrées. It also works well with veal, poultry, pasta and rice.
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This vintage’s Cabernet Sauvignon is quite opulent with deep, dark flavors of fruit framed by firm tannins and rich oak character. Full-bodied and beautifully textured. Enjoy a luscious palate of blackberries, ...
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Within Sonoma Coast sits Green Valley, a distinct region which is directly influenced by the Pacific Ocean. As the coolest part of Sonoma Coast, this region is cooled by the Pacific Ocean fog, and exhibits ...
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Aromas of meyer lemon, nectarine and jasmine. Flavors of yellow plum, d’Anjou pear, tangerine and toasted hazelnut. Richly textured, velvety and concentrated with balanced acidity and subtle toast. ...
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This vintage of Mariner captures the incredible growing conditions we were afforded in the 2012 vintage. The grapes for this blend come from several of our most prized estate and hillside vineyards in the ...
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Situated at 2,000 feet, this warmer site expresses a great deal of fruit—in 2010 one finds a compote of freshly crushed berries alongside dark chocolate and fresh tobacco. The palate is round and ...
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This vibrant Chardonnay opens with fresh, bright layers of citrus zest, lemon blossom, and green apple. Exquisite aromas of candied pear, vanilla, almond butter, and crème brulée develop as ...
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Inviting aromas lead to a lush, juicy palate where the red fruit flavors standout alongside touches of clove and allspice adding depth and complexity. The generous fruit is balanced by the bright acidity ...
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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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