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 PARTICIPATING WINERIES
FEATURED WINES VARY EVENT TO EVENT

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Wines born of a passion for music

The name Arietta, meaning short aria or art song, expresses our belief that all great wines must sing. Both wine and song should “take flight,” in the course of which the qualities of balance, vibrancy, depth, overtones, and complexity resonate and give us a sense of exaltation.

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Curious minds are never satisfied...

At Montelena, we question everything — convention, past methodologies, or how we can do something just a little bit better.

By asking ourselves why, we can better understand the path to how.

With a 14-decade legacy comes the responsibility for further growth and we refuse to rest on our laurels.

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A unique Sonoma County gem

The name Fog Crest Vineyard comes from the dense fog that accumulates over the valley. The southeastern facing slope of the vineyard has sandstone-based soil that allows the vines maximum sunshine and drainage, yet the grapes ripen slowly due to the cool morning fog that drapes the vineyard. Our minority and woman-owned vineyard boasts exquisite Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Rosé.

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Balance, restraint, and respect for terroir

the greatest wines are those that most truly reflect their soil, climate and circumstance (collectively referred to as “terroir”), and that it is the winemaker’s role to simply stand back and let the natural beauty of the grapes show through. We don't make great wine, we grow it.

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The Lloyd Cellars Portfolio

Our wines are imbued with the Lloyd’s passion for complex, luscious California wines that are perfectly balanced with natural acidity. They invite you to discover their Lloyd Cellars and Prescription Vineyards wines on the road and online store. 

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Sometimes timing is everything...

The creation of extraordinary music and the crafting of world-class wine shared a common element—timing.
Celebrating 20 years of crafting ultra-premium micro production wines from the finest Napa Valley grapes grown in the Coombsville sub-appellation.

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With love of farming and a passion for wine

Tony and Herta(HB) Peju purchased thirty acres in the famed Rutherford district of the Napa Valley in 1983. They remain family-owned, with their two daughters, Ariana and Lisa  guiding the business today. Ariana and Lisa are bringing fresh innovation and experiences. With its landmark tower and warm hospitality, PEJU Province Winery is an integral part of the Napa Valley landscape.

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Prescription Vineyards

Our wines are imbued with the Lloyd’s passion for complex, luscious California wines that are perfectly balanced with natural acidity. They invite you to discover their Lloyd Cellars and Prescription Vineyards wines on the road and online store. 

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A Premier Napa Valley Winery and House of Traditions

Rubia Wine Cellars is a celebration of love. It is the love story of Vintners Margaret and Joe Valenzuela. A joyful ode to Napa Valley. The culmination of an enduring dream and the beginning of a family legacy. 

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A family owned 50-acre vineyard

Titus Vineyards is located in the heart of the St. Helena AVA at the base of Howell Mountain along the Silverado Trail in Napa Valley. In the last half-century, some of the Valley's finest wines, including Beaulieu Vineyards, Cuvaison and Charles Krug have originated from our historic vineyards. The documented history of the property extends back to 1841

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Our Estate Vineyards - Caring for each vine by hand

There is something special—extraordinary, in fact—about making wine from estate vineyards. It means we painstakingly watch over our own vines, through wind and frost and scorching sun. It means we patiently farm each block by hand. It means we make every decision—day after day, vintage after vintage—to guide our fruit toward the pinnacle of its potential.

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