The history of winemaking and viticulture in the Santa Clara Valley goes back to the 18th Century. From the discovery of native “Vitis Californica” grapes growing wild and the first plantings of Mission grapes at the Santa Clara Mission in 1798, through boom years and depression, phylloxera and prohibition, the region has some of the richest tradition of anywhere in the country.
Behind Alara Cellars was an inspiration to bring together my two loves—Wine and Fashion. Fashion illustration can vary from being whimsical and flirty to bold and provocative.
Aver Family Vineyards is truly a family affair. We began this venture in 2005, when we were fortunate to find a magical 8.25-acre vineyard nestled in the beautiful Uvas Valley, at the southern edge of Santa Clara Valley, just south of the Silicon Valley in northern California.Read More →
Ever Since we planted our first vineyards and orchards in 1908, we've been growing. The Zanger Family, in its third generation, welcomes everyone to enjoy our gourmet fruit and varietal wines.Read More →
Our Oak-aged Handcrafted wine is a drinkable treasure-born from Vineyards infused by the peaceful surroundings that only nature can provide.Read More →
Fortino Winery has a long history of premium quality wines, dating back to the early 1800's in Calabria, Italy where the Fortino Family originated.Read More →
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.Read More →
Flavorful wines, quite literally “wines full of flavor” are the mission at J. Lohr.Read More →
Be sure to try our most sought after wine, "Vino de Mocca" aka The Kissing Wine! Mr. Kirigin created this coffee and chocolate infused port for his wife, making this a wine full of love!Read More →
Lightheart Cellars is a realized dream, a partnership of science, art, and a bit of spirit tossed in.Read More →