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TASTE News Service, December 22, 2020 – For the fourth year in a row, the David Stevens Memorial Trophy for Winery of the Year at Dan Berger’s International Wine Competition was won by Jeff Runquist Wines with perhaps its best showing ever.
TASTE News Service, February 26, 2020 — Amador County wineries will once again open their cellar doors March 7-8, allowing guests to peek behind the scenes and “experience the art of winemaking” at Behind the Cellar Door 2020.
By Michael Eady
The rustic Amador County foothills winery grounds of Terra D’Oro Winery was the setting for the Amador Vintners Association’s recent salute to the Barbera grape varietal.
TASTE News Service, February 13, 2019 – Rombauer Vineyards, one of Napa Valley’s premier, family-owned wineries, has announced the purchase of the Renwood Winery facility in Amador County.
TASTE News Service, January 9, 2019 — This weekend, Andis Wines, Scott Harvey Wines and Vino Noceto will celebrate the oldest Zinfandel vineyard in America.
Suggested Retail: $12
By Dan Clarke
When I first started visiting the Shenandoah Valley of California, there were wineries, but not nearly so many.
By Darrell Corti
This 2015 Amador County Zinfandel is a commemorative wine.
It commemorates the 1965 Amador County Zinfandel made as a home wine that, in 1968, convinced Bob Trinchero of Sutter Home Winery in Napa Valley to begin buying Amador County grapes. A lot has happened in the last fifty years.
TASTE News Service, June 15, 2016 — With an enhanced venue at Terra d’Oro Winery/Montevina Vineyards and a new format providing wine tastings by region at this year’s event, the sixth annual Barbera Festival on Saturday, June 11, continued to delight the palates of festival goers.
At Saturday’s event, Barberas were presented by nearly 80 wineries from all over California.