Antinori Winery Spotlight

November Tasting Event

Over 600 years in the making!

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Antinori Family in wine cellar

Antinori Family

Since 1385, the Antinori family has been committed to the art of winemaking.  Over 600 hundred years ago, Giovanni di Piero Antinori became a member of the “Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri”, the Florentine Winemakers’ Guild.  For twenty-six generations, the Antinori family has managed the business directly making innovative and sometimes bold decisions while upholding the utmost respect for traditions and the environment.

ANTINORI WINERY, ITALY

Each vintage and each plot of land is a new pursuit for achieving higher quality standards for Antinori. As Marchese Piero loves to say: “Ancient family roots play an important part in our philosophy but they have never hindered our innovative spirit.

ANCIENT FAMILY ROOTS

The family’s historical heritage lies in their estates in Tuscany and Umbria, however over the years they have invested in many other areas, both in Italy and abroad.  They are well-known for producing high quality wine, opening up new opportunities to appreciate and develop unique new terroirs with great winemaking potential.

Research and development has been an ongoing process for the family, such as selecting new clones of local and international varieties, experimenting with new techniques in the vineyards and vineyard altitudes and new approaches to fermentation and temperature control. They also experiment with traditional and innovative winemaking philosophies, using new types of oak for barrels, barrel size and age, and varying length of aging in the bottle before commercial release.

Antinori family walking in vineyards

We have demonstrated, over the years, that in Tuscany and in Umbria there was the possibility of producing excellent wines, widely recognized at an international level, which showed both elegance and finesse while maintaining their original character.  One of our main strengths is the fact that we are Tuscan or, if you prefer, our fundamentally Tuscan character”, says Piero Antinori.

Peppoli Chianti Classico wine bottle

 

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ANTINORI WINERY, ITALY

November’s Winery Spotlight Tasting

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Antinori vineyards

Errazuriz Winery Spotlight

October Tasting Event

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Best Chilean Winery 2017, Robert Parker Wine Advocate

Best Chilean Winery 2017, Robert Parker Wine Advocate

Inaugurating the new category of “Extraordinary Winery Awards” by Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, Viña Errázuriz had the honor of being the first Chilean winery to receive the award Best Chilean Vineyard 2017“.

Eduardo Chadwick, President of Viña Errázuriz, commented: “Being considered one of the best Chilean wineries by Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate is fantastic news. We are very honored with this nomination, and we believe that the nomination reflects the consistency in the high quality of our wines along with the commitment to elaborate the best wines of our terroirs, and to be recognized as a world-class producer. ”

ERRAZURIZ WINERY

Just north of Santiago, Chile’s capital, Errazuriz Winery is located in the Aconcagua Valley.  The valley’s beauty and its mild Mediterranean climate more than likely attracted Don Maximiano Errazuriz’s attention, inspiring him to establish his winery in 1870.  Easy access to water for irrigation and the volcanic soils, make Aconcagua Valley a viticultural paradise. From the mountains to the coast, it’s the origin of many renowned Chilean wines.

HISTORY

Founder, Don Maximiano Errázuriz Valdivieso

Founder, Don Maximiano Errázuriz Valdivieso

Don Maximiano Errázuriz founded Viña Errázuriz in 1870. With his innovative and pioneering spirit, he planted the first French grape varieties in the Aconcagua Valley. His initiative and creativity were handed down to his descendants, who consolidated the winery and positioned their wines among the world’s most noteworthy.  Errazuriz’s family winery has shaped history, currently one of the best examples of successful winemaking in Chile.

CELLAR DOOR 1870 WINERY

For over a century, Viña Errázuriz’s Historic Winery in Panquehue has remained a symbol of the forward thinking vision of its founder, Don Maximiano Errázuriz. Its construction began in 1870, under the guidance of a French winemaker, took over 14 years and incorporated the latest technology at the time.

Winery tasting room

Built in 1870, Viña Errazuriz’s historic tasting room, located in basement of the winery.

The winery was built as a two-story structure. The excavation and construction of its huge cellar rooms alone took five years. The thick underground walls, built with bricks and mortar, have stood the test of time and have allowed the wine to be kept in large casks made of raulí (a native Chilean tree) at a constant temperature of 53 to 57°F.

Still in use today, the winery houses a historic collection of wines. There are about 400 bottles of each of the vineyard’s iconic wines, which provides an opportunity to experience the vineyard’s evolution through the years.

DON MAXIMIANO ICONIC WINERY

In 2009 the need to project itself into the XXI century and to search for wines of an even higher quality, inspired Viña Errázuriz to start building a new winery devoted exclusively to its high-end wines.  The integration of cutting edge technologies has gone hand-in-hand with sustainability and environmental protection, thus paying homage to Don Maximiano’s vision and courageous spirit.

Don Maximiano Winery Chile

Don Maximiano Winery, Chile

With a capacity to produce over 91,000 gallons, the new Don Maximiano Icon Winery was designed by architect Samuel Claro and built completely with bleached concrete. Its main body is underground and its spiral shape allows for the movement of fruits and liquids by means of gravity and to capture the refreshing breezes from the valley. To maintain adequate levels of temperature and illumination the building harnesses geothermal and solar energy, which are completely environment friendly.

The winery was officially opened in October 2010 with more than 100 guests from around the world, including leaders of the wine industry and press.

Errazuriz Founders Reserve wine bottle

Errazuriz Pinot Noir wine bottle

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ERRAZURIZ WINERY, CHILE
October’s Winery Spotlight Tasting

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Errazuriz Winery in the Aconcagua Valley, Chile

Errazuriz Winery in the Aconcagua Valley, Chile

Cliff Lede Tasting Event

Cliffe Lede Vineyard logoAugust Winery Spotlight

Please join us, as we Taste, Learn and Enjoy these ‘rockin’ wines from Cliff Lede Vineyards, Napa Valley.  RSVP at your local WineStyles location.

Cliff Lede Vineyards and FEL wines – Stags Leap District of Napa Valley

Cliff Lede Vineyards was established in 2002 by Canadian born Bordeaux enthusiast, Cliff Lede, following the acquisition of a sixty acre estate in the Stags Leap District of Napa Valley. With a focus on producing wines from estate vineyards, Lede tapped David Abreu, considered the best viticulturist in Napa Valley, to replant the vineyards. Lede decided to name each vineyard block after some of his favorite rock songs and albums—from “My Generation” to “Dark Side of the Moon,” creating what is known today as the Cliff Lede Vineyards “Rock Blocks.”

Whole Lotta Love vineyard sign

In 2005, a state of the art, 25,000 square foot winery and cave system was etched into a hillside overlooking the estate vineyards. Not only did Cliff create a beautiful property, he also assembled an unrivaled team that shares his passion for quality. Today, Winemaker Christopher Tynan crafts Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc, with the flagship, Poetry Cabernet Sauvignon, sourced from the steep eastern hillside portion of the estate.

Cliff Lede and FEL wine bottles

In 2015, Cliff Lede vineyards were awarded with a Napa Green certification which focuses on farming and production methods that meet and exceed more than twenty local, state, and federal “best practices.” Cliff Lede wines are an exuberant expression of Napa Valley vineyards and reflect the natural harmony and balance of sustained vineyard management.Napa Green Award plaques

Breggo Cellars was renamed FEL Wines as an homage to Cliff’s mother Florence Elsie Lede, who dabbled in home winemaking. Two years later, the Lede Family acquired the Savoy Vineyard, a benchmark vineyard for Anderson Valley Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. In addition to the Savoy bottlings, FEL Winemaker Ryan Hodgins crafts Anderson Valley appellation Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Gris, and a collection of vineyard designate Pinot Noirs from select vineyards within the Anderson Valley and Sonoma Coast.

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Goldschmidt Vineyards

May Winery Spotlight
Tasting Event
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Join us for our next WINERY SPOTLIGHT tasting event, featuring Goldschmidt Vineyards.

NICK GOLDSCHMIDT, Winemaker and owner

Both originally from New Zealand, Nick Goldschmidt and his wife Yolyn are both owners/vintners and have followed their passion for wine to California.  Join us as we taste some of their incredible single vineyard wines from some of the best vineyards in Alexander Valley, Napa Valley and Russian River Valley.

In 1998 Nick and Yolyn, established their own line of wines with the release of Goldschmidt Vineyards. Having produced so many world class wines from around the globe, they knew exactly which vineyard sites they would choose to make Goldschmidt wines.

GOLDCHMIDIT VINEYARDS

For the Goldschmidt Vineyard brand they have created two distinct Cabernet Sauvignons, one from Alexander Valley in Sonoma and the other from Oakville in Napa Valley. The Cabernet Sauvignon is from two prestigious vineyards in Northern California, located on the northeastern slope in the Alexander Valley, and Game Ranch Vineyard, located on old river bottom on the eastern bench of the Silverado Trail. Both showcase the optimum silhouettes of Cabernet Sauvignon from Alexander Valley and Napa Valley.

Under the Forefathers brand Nick and Yolyn produce a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, an Australian Shiraz, and a California Cabernet Sauvignon. The wines Nick and Yolyn Goldschmidt produce are all single vineyard, 100% varietal, handcrafted, small production artisan wines.

Joined periodically in the field by their five children, the Goldschmidt expertise is being passed down to the next generation, as evidenced in the wines released under the labels Chelsea Goldschmidt, Hilary Goldschmidt and Katherine Goldschmidt. The winery offices are located in Healdsburg, California.

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GOLDSCHMIDT VINEYARDS
Winery Spotlight Tasting
ALEXANDER VALLEY, CALIFORNIA

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Owen Roe Winery Spotlight

Owen Roe Logo

Join Us For A Tasting Event Featuring Owen Roe!

SINCE THEIR FIRST VINTAGE IN 1999, OWEN ROE HAS STRIVED TO PRODUCE BEAUTIFUL WINES FROM SUPERIOR SITES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. A PLACE WHERE THE FRUIT RIPENS SLOWLY AND FULLY, RESULTING IN EXCELLENT ACIDITY AND BALANCE. GRAPES ARE HAND HARVESTED, HANDLED WITH MINIMAL PROCESSING, SMALL-LOT FERMENTED AND AGED IN FRENCH OAK BARRELS.

Established in 1999, Owen Roe’s emphasis towards Northwest wines has evolved to showcase the unique terroir within the prestigious grape growing regions of the Yakima and Willamette Valleys. Co-Owners, David & Angelica O’Reilly and Ben & Julie Wolff share a passion and history dedicated to fine wines and together, they have developed a diversified portfolio that has been recognized globally by critics, wine writers and consumers.

The map below represents the two appellations in which they source and craft their Pacific Northwest wines.

Owen Roe vineyard map

The winery is named after Owen Roe O’Neil, a 17th century Irish Patriot who dedicated his life to upholding the highest principles of political equality and freedom. Owen Roe winery shares his dedication to principle with meticulous attention to every aspect of the wine bottled.  Using minimal handling and traditional techniques, Owen Roe uses organic materials in the wine making process and no herbicides or pesticides used in vineyards.

Winemaker David O’Reilly, originally from Ireland, has been working with wine for over 20 years.  He first developed interest in wine while attending college in California. After graduating, he began working at a small winery in Santa Barbara.  After a few years, he was drawn to Oregon to work at Elk Cover Winery.  In 1994, he joined forces with Peter Rosbeck to make wines under the Sineann label and shortly thereafter formed Owen Roe Winery.  Over the last 10 years, David has worked to pioneer winemaking in the Yakima Valley AVA. This region presents the new world with an outstanding opportunity to create old world, right bank style wines.  David is able to harvest fruit that best translates naturally into his signature style, wines with deep fragrance and lush flavors balanced by elegant structure.

Pictured below, owners Julie and Ben Wolff (left) and David and Angelica O’Reilly (right) are shown breaking ground in Union Gap for their new winery in 2013.

Owen Roe owner and winemaker

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Peterson Winery

March Winery Spotlight

Peterson winery logoJoin us for a Winery Spotlight tasting event, featuring Peterson wines from Sonoma California.

Peterson Vineyard

Peterson Winery has been producing wine in Dry Creek Valley for 30 years and, like most wineries in the Valley, produces Zinfandel as well as other wines. Yet a closer look shows that is where the similarities end.

Fred Peterson and familyOwner Fred Peterson is an iconoclast with an old world winemaking philosophy and a reverence for sustainable farming. The Peterson approach is to capture the essence of vintage and vineyard—a philosophy they call Zero Manipulation—with low tech, yet high touch, to produce wines of a place, wines with soul. The evolution of Peterson wines and winemaking accelerated when Fred’s son Jamie became assistant winemaker in the summer of 2002. In 2006, after moving from the tiny red barn on Lytton Springs to Timber Crest Farms, Jamie was given the overall responsibilities as winemaker.


PETERSON ROOTS

Fred camePeterson winery team to Dry Creek Valley in 1983, working to find and develop world-class vineyard properties. It was an exciting time for Fred, being able to select ideal vineyard locations and then plant the appropriate grape variety and clone for each site. The vineyards Fred developed in Dry Creek Valley (Sonoma County), including on Bradford Mountain, began producing amazing fruit. The next step was a natural one; Fred wanted to make wine from the fruits of his labor (sorry about the pun, it was too good to pass up).

In 1987, all the pieces fell into place for Fred, and he launched Peterson Winery. For nearly twenty years, the winery was located in an old, red barn tucked away in the vineyards off of Lytton Springs Road. It was beautiful place to make wine, but the antique structure began to show its age. In late 2005, Fred seized an opportunity to move into a newer facility on Dry Creek Road, at Timber Crest Farms. This new, more convenient location offers more offices and space, plus a room for visitors to taste the wines.

Peterson wine labelsOver the years, Fred has befriended grape growers who share his goals and values; to grow grapes that reflect a sense of place. The Dry Creek Valley encompasses one of the greatest ranges of microclimates for such a small area in the world, making it possible to grow many grape varieties, with world-class quality. Peterson Winery now makes an average of 8000 cases annually, all in many small lots from the like-minded growers he now calls his friends.

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Peterson red barn Sonoma

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PETERSON WINERY
Winery Spotlight Tasting
SONOMA, CALIFORNIA

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Elderton Winery

January Winery Spotlight
Tasting Event
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Join us for a Winery Spotlight tasting event, featuring Elderton wines from Australia.

ELDERTON WINERY – BAROSSA VALLEY, AUSTRALIA

The Barossa Valley is Australia’s most famous wine region. Comprising of the Barossa Valley and Eden Valley, it is home to some of the oldest Shiraz vineyards in the world, acclaimed Rieslings and iconic wine brands.

Elderton is one of those Barossa Valley Wineries, whose philosophy has not changed significantly since its inception. Cameron & Allister strongly believe that great wine begins in the vineyard like all of the world’s great estates. From the high quality, low yielding fruit that is grown on the three vineyard sites, Elderton’s aim is to make balanced wines that will stand the test of time with the overall arching vision of excellence in mind.

ELDERTON WINERY

The overall vision of Elderton is excellence from distinguished vineyard sites. Today Elderton runs three vineyards that highlight the individual terriors of the region. Its original vineyard in Nuriootpa on the Barossa Valley floor that provides most of flagship wines; Greenock that is in the north western quadrant provides the power and has vines dating back to 1915 and finally its vineyard in Eden Valley ranges in Craneford that provides elegance. Today Elderton works with Barossa Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Carignan, Mouvedre, Riesling, Chardonnay and Semillon.

The winery features an actual cellar door and is a stunning 1918 homestead surrounded by iconic old vineyards. It offers a beautiful setting with incredible views to enjoy and learn about the region, the wines and its people. It has been awarded one of South Australia’s best cellar doors (SATC 2015 & 2016) because of its knowledgeable staff, multitude of private tasting rooms, barista tea & coffee, as well as gourmet platter food offerings.

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ELDERTON
Winery Spotlight Tasting
AUSTRALIA

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Veteran’s Day Fundraiser Saturday, Nov 11th at 6pm

$1 donated for each glass or bottle of Purple Heart Wines to Purple Heart Foundation

Veteran’s Day Tasting Event
Saturday, November 11 at 6:00pm

WineStyles Tasting Station is proud to host a national fundraising collaboration with Purple Heart Wines (www.purpleheartwines.com) benefiting the Purple Heart Foundation (www.purpleheartfoundation.org), an organization which supports veterans in need.

We’re honored to help raise awareness and funds benefiting American heroes and their families”, says Bryan McGinness, CEO of WineStyles Tasting Station. “For every glass of Purple Heart Wine served or bottle purchased across the country, we are donating $1.00 to the Purple Heart Foundation. Our fundraising efforts will culminate with a nationwide tasting event on Veterans Day, November 11th at 6:00pm – 8:00pm.

For 50 years, the Purple Heart Foundation has been supporting and honoring the sacrifice military veterans have made for our country. Last year alone, they have helped over 19,000 veterans and secured over $300 million dollars in VA benefits.

We hope our local communities will join us in supporting this important cause. It’s a great opportunity to enjoy a wonderful wine, while supporting our military heroes at the same time,” commented Andrea McGinness, COO of WineStyles Tasting Station.

Mondavi & Family wines of Napa Valley, producer of Purple Heart Wines, makes an annual contribution of up to $50,000 to the Purple Heart Foundation, which has been used to support U.S. military servicemen and women and their families with services like job-training, counseling and more.

The head winemaker for Purple Heart Wines is John Moynier, who served in the military during the Vietnam war from 1968-1972. “Working with a brand that combines my passions for winemaking and military service is the perfect finale to a long career in winemaking in Napa” commented Moynier.

Purple Heart Wines logo

Purple Heart Wines launched its proprietary label, Purple Heart, in 2016 – created to honor the determination, bravery and commitment of America’s military heroes. Moved by its namesake, it is this noble medal that led to the creation of the Purple Heart wine – a worthy tribute to the nation’s servicemen and women. Produced in the United States’ greatest wine region – California, it is an uncompromising wine crafted under the close stewardship of C. Mondavi & Family, whose patriarch, the late Peter Mondavi Sr., was a proud veteran of World War II. Purple Heart serves as a testament to the integrity and virtue of the Purple Heart Foundation, and aims to help further the organization’s cause through both awareness and fundraising. To support these efforts, an annual donation will be given to the Purple Heart Foundation. Learn more about Purple Heart Wines at purpleheartwines.com.

Purple Heart Foundation logoThe Purple Heart is a congressional military decoration, awarded to members of the armed forces of the U.S. who are wounded by an instrument of war in the hands of the enemy. Founded in 1958, the Military Order of the Purple Heart is a congressional chartered veteran’s organization, dedicated to assisting the needs of U.S. military servicemen and –women and their families. More information is available at purpleheartfoundation.org.

Please join us on Saturday, November 11 at 6:00pm, as we toast our veteran’s at every WineStyles location across the USA!

 

Tamber Bey Winery Spotlight Tasting Event

October Winery Spotlight
Tasting Event
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Join us for a Winery Spotlight tasting event, featuring Tamber Bey vineyards of Calistoga in Napa Valley, California.

ABOUT TAMBER BEY

A visit to the Tamber Bey Winery is like nothing else in Napa Valley. The winery is located at the Sundance Ranch in Calistoga, a world-class equestrian facility that is dedicated to training top performance horses. The tasting room is located in the original barn clubhouse designed by renowned Napa Valley architect Howard Backen. The 16-stall barn surrounds the courtyard, where guests can taste wine, mingle with the horses, and enjoy stunning views of Mount St. Helena and the Palisades.

Tamber Bey

Vintner Barry Waitte founded Tamber Bey Vineyards in 1999, when he purchased a 60-acre vineyard in the Yountville Appellation and an 11-acre property in the renowned Oakville Appellation. This marked his entry into the wine business as a grower. Waitte planted three acres of premium Cabernet Sauvignon on the Oakville property, and this vineyard came to be called the Oakville Estate Vineyard.

Waitte originally named the Yountville vineyard the Two Rivers Vineyard as a tribute to the “two personalities of the Napa River,” which borders the vineyard. The early vintages of Tamber Bey wine have this vineyard designation. Waitte later changed the name to the Deux Chevaux Vineyard to pay homage to Tamber Bey’s namesake, his first two Arabian horses, Tamborina and Bayamo. “Deux Chevaux” is French for “two horses.”

Today, Tamber Bey’s portfolio of wines are made by winemaker Frederic Delivert from Waitte’s estate-grown fruit and from grapes carefully sourced from select vineyards in Napa, Sonoma and Lake counties. The wines are produced at the Sundance Ranch, a world-class equestrian facility in Calistoga that is home to the winery. Sundance Ranch is also home to the Waittes’ Arabian endurance race horses. These horses compete in races covering 50 to 100 miles, and are ridden by Waitte and his wife Jennifer, who is the trainer of these wonderful horses.

Tamber Bey Winery

 

TAMBER BEY
Winery Spotlight Tasting
Calistoga, California

Wine bottles of Tamber Bey

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Round Pond – Winery Spotlight Tasting Event

winery-spotlight-logoSeptember Winery Spotlight
Tasting Event
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Join us for a Winery Spotlight tasting event featuring Round Pond Estate,  from the Rutherford region of Napa Valley, California.

Round Pond, owned and operated today by the second generation of the MacDonnell family, is a 468 acre Rutherford farm and winery that specializes in the creation of pure, expressive wines, artisan foods and unforgettable experiences—all from the heart of Napa Valley. In addition to a state-of-the-art winemaking facility and 362 acres of Rutherford vineyards, the estate includes 5 acres of gardens, 12 acres of olive orchards, and one of only two olive mills in the region.

Picture of MacDonnell brother and sisterROUND POND ESTATES

Brother-sister team Miles MacDonnell and Ryan MacDonnell serve as owners of Round Pond Estate—a winery, vineyard and olive mill located on Rutherford land their family has owned since 1983.

After years of providing grapes for some of the region’s finest wine producers, the MacDonnell family began making their own wine under the Round Pond label with the inaugural 2002 vintage. Miles and Ryan assumed control of the business in 2003, and today Round Pond Estate produces highly acclaimed Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc from the family’s 362 acre vineyard. They also craft specialty gourmet foods, including fine red wine vinegars, fruit syrups and olive oil.

“We are farmers first. We have been working this land for 30 years and originally began making our own wine in order to become better farmers,” Miles says. “We’ve always been passionate about winegrowing, and we wanted to understand fully the intimate connection between what happens in each vineyard micro-block and what happens in the cellar. After our first vintage, we became excited about the winemaking side of things and what we could accomplish with fruit from our family estate.”

OLIVE OILS & VINEGARS

In the 1980s, when the MacDonnell family began vacationing in Napa Valley, they would return home with a gallon container of fresh olive oil. They loved Napa’s farm-to-table way of life and enjoyed recreating it for friends and family. When the MacDonnells moved to Rutherford for good, they knew they wanted to make their own estate olive oil. With help from legendary Florentine mill master Marco Mugelli, they constructed a state-of-the art mill—only a stone’s throw from a grove of 100-year-old Mediterranean olive trees.

Today, for every bottle of Round Pond Olive Oils purchased, Round Pond donates a bottle to help fight hunger.  They have partnered with Community Action Napa Valley (CANV), contributing to their food pantries and helping to provide over 400 nutritious hot meals daily.

Oil and vinegar bottles from Round PondIn 2000, inspired by the bounty of their vineyards, Round Pond began crafting gourmet red wine vinegars using their our own estate-grown grapes.  Crafted using the revered Orleans method, their vinegars continue the tradition of this time-honored technique, which originated almost two hundred years ago.

Making their farm-to-table philosophy a way of life, the MacDonnell family enjoys nothing more than sharing the bounty of their farm and vineyards with guests….and we hope you will too!

ROUND POND
Winery Spotlight Tasting
Rutherford, California

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