HANZELL (Sonoma - California) “By the early 1960s ... a revolution in winemaking was starting. Its birthplace was in Sonoma County at Hanzell.” Ambassador Zellerbach told people his goal was to make California wine
as good as the best of Europe.
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THE NED (Marlborough - New Zealand) The Ned is named after one of the mountain peaks southeast of the vineyards. The Ned embodies the fruit variation and complexity that a winemaker can normally only dream of from a single vineyard site.
WOOP WOOP (South Australia - Australia) Woop Woop is a collaboration between Ben Riggs, the winemaker of Penny’s Hill, and Tony Parkinson, owner of Penny’s Hill. Woop Woop is Australian slang for the middle of nowhere in the Outback as in, “just been to Woop Woop and back.”
SIDURI (California - Oregon) In the cellar, we vinifiy each wine separately by block, clone and barrel type in order to maximize the individual components and provide greater complexity to the final blend.
MCMANIS FAMILY VINEYARDS (Ripon - California) Attention to detail comes in the form of small lot fermentations, whole cluster pressing and oak aging - all designed to provide McManis Family Vineyards the tools they need to produce the finest wines possible.