Eighth-generation winemaker Gerhard Reisacher brought his passion for artisanal winemaking from Austria to California, and since 1995 he and his wife have been continuing the family tradition.
Chacewater Winery & Olive Mill in the Sierra Foothills grew out of a land purchase from a California monastery. Now a former monk manages the mill, and the wines and olive oils are winning awards.
Biltmore Estate is an award-winning North Carolina winery that's more than worth the trip to see in person.
B Cellars Winery in California is blending different varietals to make startlingly new creations, revolutionizing winemaking in the process.
The historic Albion River Inn, just minutes away from the town of Mendocino, lets you savor the wines of Anderson Valley in comfort and style.
Experience the heart and heritage of Santa Barbara Wine Country on Alisal's 10,000-acre working cattle ranch.
Sequoia Grove wines are just right and then some. Try one of the best Cabernet Savignon's under a grove of ancient coastal redwood trees in the heart of Napa Valley.
Peju has been named Top Artisan Winery of the Year by Wine & Spirits Magazine and has been noted as a producer of Top California Cabernets by Wine Spectator, and in 2009 became just one of 21 Napa Valley wineries to earn certification as a Napa Green Winery and Bay Area Green Business.
Experience all that Napa Valley has to offer at the enchanting Napa River Inn.
The blossoming winery has more than scenic views to admire, it has also won numerous awards for what some say are the regions finest grapes.
Radicals & Visionaries
Tony Soter of Etude Wines believes great wines are grown and not made. Here, a look at how this winery masters the craft of winegrowing.
Try these elegant, textural wines at a tasting room known for its view. And don't forget to pat the winery dogs.
This friendly enclave may have a faint feeling of recognition for some first-time guests. The reason: Alfred Hitchcock selected Bodega Bay as the film location for his legendary film 'The Birds.'
This winery's Old Stone Building can be an intriguing stop for wine tourers eager for a taste of Sonoma County history.
This winery is built in the style of a coal mining tipple house right next to the mineshaft, and its authentic mining artifacts are a reminder of bygone days.
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