The wonderful truth about drinking wine is that every bottle as a story. Every winemaker pours a little bit of their soul into a very handcrafted product. From the soil, vineyard, grapes, and actual wine making process; each component contributes to shape the story of that wine. But with any exquisite product, the storytelling experience starts with heritage that is the heart of the product. The heart of Fernwood Cellars and its origins start on the historic Redwood Retreat Road. This scenic, humble road takes its name from "Redwood Retreat" a 1800's metaphysical resort, family ranch and now home of Fernwood Cellars.
Fortino Winery was first established in 1970 when Ernest and Marie Fortino purchased a vineyard that had been growing since the early 30’s. Ernest was drawn to the vineyard because the surrounding land was highly reminiscent of his hometown, Calabria, Italy.
Clos LaChance is located in San Martin, CA, within the Central Coast American Viticultural Area. Being a good steward of land and resources are key components in Clos LaChance’s winemaking practice. The family is especially vested in the sustainability of the winery and vineyard with the homes of creating a legacy for their children and grandchildren. Clos LaChance Winery and Estate Vineyard is proud to be Certified Sustainable by the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance.
Guglielmo (gool-yell-mo) is a Family Wine Making Tradition in the Santa Clara Valley Since 1925. Guglielmo Winery - a third generation, family owned winery produces a wide variety of award-winning varietals from more than 100 acres of Santa Clara Valley estate vineyards, as well as from other premium winegrowing regions within California.
Located near San Francisco, Solis is tucked in the picturesque Hecker Pass region which is just at the southwestern edge of Santa Clara Valley and just west of downtown Gilroy. You'll enjoy our charming tasting room where you will be able to sample our wide variety of wines.
Morgan Hill Cellars is a bonded wine warehouse and contract facility for wine production including: custom crush, custom bottling and labeling, bulk wine storage, and bottled wine storage. While most of their wine sales are large and commercial, they keep aside special small-brewed wines for local consumption.