Erica Stancliff is an award-winning winemaker in Sonoma County and President of the Petaluma Gap Winegrowers Alliance. Widely respected as a master of her craft, Erica lets the fruit from beloved California regions take center stage through her elegant approach to winemaking.
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Situated along the Sacramento River delta, Clarksburg is known best for its aromatic whites. This charming region experiences cool nights and warm days that ensure high-quality and consistent yields year after year.
Located in California’s Central Valley, the Lodi wine growing region is known for producing a wide variety of classic and lesser-known varietals. The region’s Mediterranean climate and varied soil nurture old vine Zinfandel, Merlot, Chardonnay and many other wine grapes with distinct and concentrated flavors.
Sonoma County is a traditional wine-growing locale in California. Located along the San Francisco Bay, this diverse region is home to fog-covered hills, sun-kissed valleys and rich soils that produce some of the country’s best wines.
Widely known for growing Pinot Noir, Oregon’s Willamette Valley is also home to award-winning Chardonnay vines. Located along the 45th parallel, this up-and-coming region has similar soil and climate to the Burgundy region in France.