Overview

Producers by region

CALIFORNIA - NORTH COAST


Mendocino County (Redwood Valley)

Chance Creek Vineyards

Fletcher Louis Winery

Half Moon Bay Winery

Terroir 95470


Monterey County

Meadowcroft Winery


Napa

Meadowcroft Winery


North Coast

Peterson Winery


Sonoma (Carneros)

Meadowcroft Winery


Sonoma (Dry Creek Valley)

Peterson Winery

Thomas Henry Wines


OREGON

Willamette Valley

Fullerton Winery

Three Otters Winery


WASHINGTON

Columbia Valley

Gordon Estate

Red Wines

Barbera

Cabernet Sauvignon

Malbec

Merlot 

Pinot Noir

Red Blend

Sangiovese

Zinfandel

White Wines

Chardonnay

Pinot Gris

Sauvignon Blanc

White Blend

Vermentino

California

Chance Creek Vineyards

Redwood Valley, Mendocino County

Perfectly situated with a southwest exposure, Chance Creek Vineyards are rooted in the rocky bench lands of Redwood Valley. The grapes are grown in accordance with the California Organic Food Act of 1990 and are CCOF certified. 


The wines resulting from their family labors are intense, varietal and a pure statement of terroir, the unique  avor imparted to the grape by their vineyards. 


Chance Creek Vineyards


Sauvignon Blanc ("Made with Organic Grapes")

Five Vintners

Napa Valley

Krisi Raymond, winemaker and grape grower for Five Vintners, represents the  fifth generation in her family to grow grapes and make wine in the Napa Valley. 


Her family roots run deep, dating back to 1876 when her great great grandfather Jacob Beringer established Beringer Brothers Winery. 


In 1974 her grandmother Martha Jane Beringer and grandfather Roy Raymond established Raymond Vineyard and Cellar. 


Now, over 35 years later Krisi Raymond has stepped out on her own with Five Vintners wines, which focuses on small lots of Napa Cabernet, Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc and a Zinfandel blended with fruit from Dry Creek in Sonoma. 


Five Vintners 


Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc “Admirals Vineyard” Napa Valley 

Zinfandel, Dry, Creek Valley

Fletcher Louis Winery

Redwood Valley, Mendocino County

Fletcher Louis is s certified organic winery owned by Louis Bock and named after his grandson. 


The grapes are grown in accordance with the California Organic Food Act of 1990 and are CCOF certified. 


The wines resulting from their family labors are intense, varietal and a pure statement of terroir, the unique flavor imparted to the grape by their vineyards. 


Fletcher Louis Winery


Sangiovese Rosado ("Made with Organic Grapes")

Rosso Superiore ("Made with Organic Grapes")

Half Moon Bay Winery

Half Moon Bay

Half Moon Bay Winery was established to honor picturesque Half Moon Bay. 


All wines are handcrafted from North Coast grapes and recognize different aspects of the town and the coast. 


Half Moon Bay Winery produces the of cial wine for the Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival. 


Half Moon Bay Winery


Fisherman’s Red, Redwood Valley 

Coastal Fog White, California

Meadowcroft Winery

Sebastopol

Meadowcroft is the namesake of Winegrower Tom Meadowcroft. The meaning of the word "Meadowcroft" is a fertile field or meadow and croft refers to a cultivated area that has been nurtured over time. 


The honeybee on the label symbolizes this conscientious work and the process of transformation from wine grapes into an outstanding wine.


Meadowcroft Wines 


Chardonnay "Bonneau Vineyard," Carneros

Pinot Noir "Cornerstone Vineyard," Carneros

Pinot Noir "Santa Lucia Highlands," Monterey

Zinfandel "Speedy Creek," Knight's Valley

Cabernet Sauvignon "Mount Veeder Estate," Napa Valley

Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley

Cabernet Sauvignon "Louvau Vineyard," Dry Creek Valley

Peterson Winery

Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County

At Peterson Winery, they strive to produce wines that reflect the vineyard, vintage, and varietal honestly, with minimal intervention and low input winemaking. 


In addition to their own Bradford Mountain estate vineyard, they source grapes from a number of regarded Dry Creek Valley and Mendocino County vineyards, with an emphasis on sustainable farming. They currently produce 5,000 cases annually, all in small, handcrafted lots.  


Peterson Winery


Sauvignon Blanc, North Coast
Rose, North Coast
Three V, (Vermentino, Vernaccia, Verdelho), Dry Creek Valley
Zero Manipulation (Carignane blend), Redwood Valley

Barbera, Redwood Valley
Zinfandel, Dry Creek Valley
Zinfandel “Old Vine," Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel “Bradford Mountain," Dry Creek Valley 

Cabernet Sauvignon “Bradford Mountain,” Dry Creek Valley 


KEGS

Sauvignon Blanc, North Coast

Rosé, North Coast

Zero Manipulation (Carignane Blend), Redwood Valley

Barbera "Redwood Valley," Redwood Valley

Zinfandel "Tollini Vineyard," Redwood Valley

Terroir 95470

Redwood Valley, Mendocino County

The wines resulting from their family labors are intense, varietal and a pure statement of terroir, the unique flavor imparted to the grape by their vineyards. 

 

Terroir 95470


Sauvignon Blanc, ("Made with Organic Grapes")

Rosé, ("Made with Organic Grapes")

Sangiovese ("Made with Organic Grapes")

Thomas Henry Wines

Sebastopol, Sonoma County

Thomas Meadowcroft's passion for wines comes from his experiences growing up, working, and traveling in Europe and the United States. Early in life, he started his journey in winemaking by working the harvest of 1979 in Bordeaux. Later in life, he attended UC Davis and Napa College, and then became a vineyard manager focused on sustainable farming and environmental advocacy. Working on many vineyards gave him a vision for the kinds of wines that he makes today. () 

 

Thomas Henry Wines


Chardonnay. Sonoma 

Pinot Noir, Sonoma 

Zinfandel, California 

Merlot, California 

Oregon

Fullerton Winery

Willamette Valley

A family of enophiles, the Fullertons  trace their love of wine to Eric, who was  first introduced to wine growing and production during his teenage years when he worked as a cellar hand in Germany (a story in and of itself). 


A few years later, his best friend in Denmark inherited an impressive cellar of Bordeaux and Burgundy wines. Together, they sought younger bottlings of the cellared wines, and held vertical tastings. Their interest in wine grew, and they began traveling throughout France.


Today the Fullertons have a family winery, Fullerton Wines, crafts elegant and distinctive Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays from Oregon’s Willamette Valley.


Fullerton Winery

 

Chardonnay “Five Faces” 

Willamette Valley 

Pinot Noir “Five Faces”, Willamette Valley
Pinot Noir “Croft Vineyard”, Willamette Valley 

Pinot Noir “Momtazi Vineyard”, McMinnville 

Pinot Noir “Bella Vita Vineyard”, Dundee Hills 

Three Otters

Willamette Valley

Three otters have rested prominently on the Fullerton family crest to honor our Northern European heritage. 


Featuring a Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir Rosé, the Three Otters wines are energetic, playful, and make friends easily at gatherings. You will have as much fun drinking them as we did making them—they are otterly delicious! 


Three Otters

 

Chardonnay, Willamette Valley

Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley

Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley

Washington

Gordon Estate

Columbia Valley

Gordon Estate is located in the heart of the Columbia Valley in Washington State. The winery takes great pride in being the oldest estate winery in Washington State by using only estate grown grapes in wines. 


In 1980, Jeff Gordon, along with his wife, Vicki, and brother Bill decided to plant wine grapes on a sagebrush  covered slope overlooking the Snake River in southeastern Washington’s Columbia Valley. 


In 1985, he released his first small lot of Chardonnay wine produced from their estate vines and today the Gordon Brother's brand is growing in both production and acclaim. 


Gordon Estate


Chardonnay

Cabernet Sauvignon 

Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve

Malbec

Merlot
Syrah