With their roots in the wine industry dating back to the 1770s, it’s no surprise that the Mettler Family is still growing grapes today. After migrating to the U.S. in the late 1800’s, the Mettler family moved west to California, where they knew that farming would bring success.The east side of the now famous Lodi region is where the first Mettler vineyards were planted by George Mettler and began the family’s Lodi legacy. One hundred years and eight generations later, the Mettler family’s premium vineyards now produce grapes for many well-known winery clients. In 1999 the Mettlers made their first


Richard Mendelson – a Napa Valley attorney and aspiring artist – and his wife Marilyn met in Burgundy France in 1977 and have lived around vineyards and wine ever since. While on a trip to Yalta and touring the famed cellars of Massandra, they discovered the hidden treasure of a unique Crimean dessert wine loved by the Russian Czars. They returned home to Napa inspired to create a line of hand-crafted wines from their own vineyards. Their first Pinot Gris dessert wine was released in 1996, which received a spectacular 95 points from the Wine Spectator.The Mendelson Dessert wines are


Kathy Lynskey is one of the few Marlborough wine producers to have actually grown up in the province. Her early years were spent on a Marlborough sheep farm and with an interest in wine and horticulture, she returned to the province and purchased her first vineyard in 1989. In 1997, she decided to produce wine under her own label. Kathy sold her original vineyard and purchased a bare site ideally situated in the heart of Marlborough.

Kathy Lynskey Wines’ own estate nine hectare vineyard is situated on old riverbed soils of the Omaka River. Its well-drained stone and silt loams


Huntington Wine Cellars is proud to distinguish itself as a Producteur of fine varietal wines from Northern California. The first American winery to use this designation, derived from the French term meaning ‘Producer’, Huntington combines the time-honored traditions of a Negociant with those of a traditional bricks-and-mortar winery. Huntington’s many advantages as a Producteur include the flexibility to produce various varieties and blends of wine in small quantities, while at the same time providing the close attention to detail of an estate winery.

Huntington wines are produced from small lots of select varietal grapes from several unique vineyard sources in

HRM Rex Goliath

Amidst the splendor of Monterey County, the HRM Rex Goliath vineyards enjoy the most optimum growing conditions to create premium Central Coast Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir. The wines & label art honor HRM (His Royal Majesty) Rex Goliath, who at the turn of the century, was the treasured attraction of a Texas Circus. People came from far and wide to behold the 47lb bird billed as the ‘World’s Largest Rooster’. The label replicates the one of a kind vintage artwork from the circus banner that hung above Rex’s Roost. This new line of attractively priced wines, launched


Godwin Family Vineyards is the producer of ‘Moss Oak’ an ultra-premium red wine comprised of grapes grown on the famed Moss Oak Ranch vineyard in Alexander Valley of Sonoma County. This hillside vineyard’s unique terroir inspired the Godwins to create this groundbreaking Bordeaux wine from their prized Merlot grapes. The Godwin wine is produced exclusively from grapes grown in the Godwin Family’s Moss Oak Ranch vineyard in the famed Alexander Valley of Sonoma County.

It is inspired by the desire to focus solely on creating a groundbreaking Bordeaux style wine. In 1980 Dick Godwin and his wife Rickie bought the