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It's summertime and the livin' is easy!

It’s finally here! Summertime! It’s June 1, the weekend weather was warm and sunny, and even though it’s not yet officially summer according to the calendar, we think it’s time to start thinking about summer wine selections. This week we are featuring a few of our current favorites – two…

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The rain in Spain...

Spain has a long history of producing wine, yet Spanish wines tend to be less well-known internationally than those from France or Italy. You might even be surprised to learn that Spain has more land dedicated to growing vines than any other country! There is an exciting world of Spanish…

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We've gone Italian

Italy: In ancient times the Italian peninsula was commonly referred to as enotria or “land of wine” because of its rich diversity of grape varieties and the many acres dedicated to cultivated vines. It is no wonder that Italy and France place 1st and 2nd in wine production year after…

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Check out the Cortenova

Winegardner’s Wines is pleased to present a new value wine from Italy. Cortenova – Veneto-Salento IGT Part of the production is from their own lands which mainly lie on the alluvial rich soil at the confines of the Veneto and Friuli, the other is furnished by growers who have worked…

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MacRostie

Over the past three decades, MacRostie Winery and Vineyards has established itself as one of the Sonoma Coast’s defining wineries, and a leader in a bright, balanced and age-worthy style of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Today, MacRostie is guided by Sonoma County visionary and winery founder Steve MacRostie, and talented…

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Seven Hills

“I don’t believe you will ever be disappointed with any wine from Seven Hills, but you may very well be surprised by the power and polish tucked away inside these graceful, unpretentious efforts.” – Paul Gregutt, Washington Wine and Wineries Established in 1988, Seven Hills Winery is one of Walla…

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From the Napa Valley

Napa Valley is home to hundreds of wineries that produce wines proven to stand proudly alongside the top wines of the world. And while Napa’s stellar reputation was built on the merits of its elegant Chardonnay and expressive Cabernet Sauvignon, many other grapes call the valley home and indeed thrive…

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Kermit Lynch Week!

“Wine is, above all, about pleasure. Those who make it ponderous make it dull….If you keep an open mind and take each wine on its own terms, there is a world of magic to discover.” – Kermit Lynch For the next two weeks, Winegardner’s will be focusing on the great…

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Gun Lock Bun Shoe?

This week we are excited to feature wines from the oldest family-owned winery in Calfornia. For six generations and over 150 years, their family has farmed estate vineyards at the crossroads of the Sonoma Valley, Carneros and Napa Valley appellations. Their story began in 1858, when Jacob Bundschu purchased 400…

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No matter what you call it!

The holiday season has arrived, and there’s no better time to celebrate with bubbles. Champagne – France Cava – Spain Espumate – Portugal Asti – Italy (sweet) Prosecco – Italy Sekt – Germany Shiraz – Australia Pezsgo – Hungary Sovetskoye Shampanskoye – Russia No matter what you call it, or…

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