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TRADE & MEDIA

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OUR WINES

CURRENT WINES IN THE NATIONAL MARKET

OUR WINES

CURRENT VINTAGES IN THE TASTING ROOM AND ONLINE

2019 Corral Creek Vineyard
Pinot Noir
92 points – Wine Spectator
91 points – Wine Enthusiast
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2019 Club Exclusive Pinot Noir
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2018 Reserve
Pinot Noir
93 Points – Wine Enthusiast
90 points – Wine Spectator

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2018 Corral Creek Vineyard
Riesling
92 points, Editor’s Choice – Wine Enthusiast
90 points – Wine Spectator
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2018 Corral Creek Vineyard
Pinot Noir
92 points – Wine Spectator
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2018 Ridgecrest Vineyard
Pinot Noir
90 Points – Wine Spectator
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2017 Statement
 Pinot Noir
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2014 Ridgecrest Pinot Noir
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OUR WINES

PAST VINTAGES FROM OUR PORTFOLIO

2018 Stoller Vineyard
Pinot Noir
90 points, Wine Enthusiast
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2018 Ridgecrest Vineyard
Grüner Veltliner
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2018 Ribbon Ridge
Trousseau Noir
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2018 Willamette Valley
INOX™ Chardonnay
Year’s Best Chardonnays – Wine & Spirits
91 Points, Editor’s Choice – Wine Enthusiast
91 Points – James Suckling
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2018 Chehalem Mountains
Pinot Noir
91 Points – James Suckling
90 Points, Best Buy, Year’s Best Pinot Noirs – Wine & Spirits
90 Points – Wine Spectator

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2018 Club Exclusive
Pinot Noir
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2018 Club Exclusive
Chardonnay
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2017 Reserve Pinot Noir
93 points – Vinous
92 points – Wine Advocate
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2017 Reserve Chardonnay
92 points – Wine Enthusiast
92 points – Vinous
91 points,Year’s Best Chardonnays – Wine & Spirits
91 points – Wine Spectator

91 points – James Suckling
90 points, Wine Enthusiast

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2017 Corral Creek Vineyard
Chehalem Mountains Riesling
92 points, Editor’s Choice – Wine Enthusiast
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2017 Corral Creek Vineyard
Chehalem Mountains Pinot Noir
91 points – Wine Spectator
90 points – Wine Enthusiast
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2017 Stoller Vineyard
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir
92 points, Vinous
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2017 Ridgecrest Vineyard
Ribbon Ridge Pinot Noir
92 points – Vinous
90 points, Wine Advocate
90 points – Wine Spectator

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2017 Ridgecrest Vineyard
Ribbon Ridge Gamay Noir
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2017 Ridgecrest Vineyard
Grüner Veltliner
90 points – Vinous
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2017 INOX Chardonnay
90 points- The Wine Advocate
90 points- Wine Enthusiast
90 points – James Suckling

90 points – Vinous
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2017 Chehalem Mountains Pinot Noir
92 Points – Wine Spectator
92 PointsJames Suckling
90 points – Wine Advocate

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2017 Three Vineyard
Rosé of Pinot Noir
91 Points, Editor’s Choice- Wine Enthusiast
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2017 Wine Club Exclusive
Wind Ridge Block Pinot Noir
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2016 Reserve
Pinot Noir
92 points, Year’s Best Pinot Noirs – Wine & Spirits
92 points – Vinous

91 points – James Suckling
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2016 Reserve
Chardonnay
90 points – Wine Enthusiast
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2016 Three Vineyard
Pinot Noir
91 points  – Wine Advocate
91 points – James Suckling

91 points, Editor’s Choice  – Wine Enthusiast
90 points – Wine Spectator
90 points – Vinous
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2016 Three Vineyard Riesling
91 points – Wine Enthusiast
91 points – Vinous
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2016 Three Vineyard
Rosé of Pinot Noir
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2015 Ian’s Reserve Chardonnay
92 point – Wine Advocate
92 points – Vinous
90 points – Wine Enthusiast

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2015 Reserve Pinot Noir
94 points – Vinous
92 points – James Suckling
91 points – Wine Advocate
91 points – Wine Enthusiast
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2015 Corral Creek Vineyards Riesling
92 points, Editor’s Choice – Wine Enthusiast
91 points – Vinous

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2015 Corral Creek Vineyards
Pinot Noir 

93 points – James Suckling
92 points – Vinous
90+ points – Wine Advocate

90 points – WIne Enthusiast
90 points – Wine Spectator
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2015 Stoller Vineyards Pinot Noir 
92 points – James Suckling
92 points – Vinous
91 points – Wine Spectator

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2015 Stoller Vineyards Pinot Blanc
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2015 Ridgecrest Vineyards Pinot Noir
93 points – Vinous
92 points – James Suckling
90 points – Wine Advocate
90 points – Wine Spectator
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2015 Ridgecrest Vineyards Pinot Gris
92 points – Wine & Spirits
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2015 Wind Ridge Block Pinot Noir
93 points – Vinous
92 points – James Suckling
91 points – Wine Spectator
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2015 Wind Ridge Block Riesling
93 points, Editor’s Choice – Wine Enthusiast
91 points – Vinous
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2015 Wind Ridge Block
Grüner Veltliner
90 points – Wine Enthusiast
90 points – Vinous
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2015 Riesling SEXT
90 points – Wine Enthusiast
90 points – Vinous
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2014 Stoller Vineyards Pinot Blanc
91 Points Wine & Spirits
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2014 Ridgecrest Vineyards Pinot Gris
92 Points & Editor’s Choice Wine Enthusiast
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2014 Ridgecrest Vineyards
Grüner Veltliner
91 Points Wine Spectator
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2014 Wind Ridge Block Riesling
91 Points Wine Spectator
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2014 Riesling SEXT
90 Points Wine & Spirits
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2014 INOX Chardonnay
91 Points & Editor’s Choice Wine Enthusiast
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2014 Three Vineyard
Rosé of Pinot Noir
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2014 Three Vineyard Pinot Gris
92 Points Wine Enthusiast
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2013 Ian’s Reserve Chardonnay
91 Points Wine Advocate
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2013 Reserve Pinot Noir
92 Points Wine Spectator
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2013 Corral Creek Vineyards Riesling
91 Points Vinous
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2013 Corral Creek Vineyards
Pinot Noir
90 Points Wine & Spirits
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2013 Corral Creek
Pinot Noir Rosé
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2013 Stoller Vineyards Pinot Noir
91 Points Vinous
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2013 Ridgecrest Vineyards Pinot Noir
92 Points Wine Spectator
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2013 Ridgecrest Vineyards Pinot Gris
91 Points Wine Spectator
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2013 Ridgecrest Vineyards
Gamay Noir
90 Points Wine & Spirits
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2013 Ridgecrest Vineyards
Grüner Veltliner
91 Points Wine Enthusiast
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2013 Wind Ridge Block Pinot Noir
90 Points Wine Advocate
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2013 Wind Ridge Block Riesling
90 Points Wine Advocate
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2013 Three Vineyard Pinot Gris
90 Points Wine Enthusiast
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Valley of Flowers

Chehalem is a pioneering, family-owned producer of premium Pinot Noir and dry white wines with deep roots in the Willamette Valley. Founded more than 30 years ago, Chehalem farms three estate vineyards in three distinct American Viticultural Areas: the Dundee Hills, and the Laurelwood District and Ribbon Ridge, both of which are in the greater Chehalem Mountains AVA.

Chehalem traces its history back to the Ridgecrest Vineyard operations, started by our original founder, Harry Peterson-Nedry, in 1980, which was the first vineyard planted on what would one day become the Ribbon Ridge AVA, northwest of Newberg, Oregon. In 1988, Bill Stoller invested in Ridgecrest, setting a course for his entry into the Oregon wine industry. But our story really begins in 1990 with the inaugural Pinot Noir harvest at Ridgecrest Vineyard. As those wines were releasing in 1993, Bill Stoller joined our operation as co-owner. He subsequently purchased his family farmlands at the southern tip of the Dundee Hills with the vision of planting it as our second estate vineyard.

In 2018, our longtime co-owner, Bill Stoller, became our sole proprietor, and we joined his family of brands within the Stoller Wine Group portfolio. That same year, we became the sixth Oregon winery to achieve B Corp status, a rigorous certification that assesses companies to ensure they meet the highest standard of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability. We pride ourselves in producing consistently outstanding wines reflected through our terroir and hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoy sharing them with you.

We are proud to have an all-female driven winemaking team under the leadership of Katie Santora, who has climbed the Chehalem cellar ranks since joining the team in 2012. She was appointed to head winemaker in 2018.

Our name, Chehalem, translates to Valley of Flowers in the Native American language, Calapooia. It’s our goal to follow the example set centuries ago: to treat our land with great care and to continue our mission of creating a sustainable future.

Our Vineyards

Our winemaking process begins with a deep respect for our vineyards. They are the essence of our wines and carry their story to the glass.

Owner Bill Stoller was born into a farming family and spent his early years becoming attuned to the seasons and cycles of nature, and the considerations imposed on the crops. Calibrated to these cycles over a lifetime, and now as a winery owner, he naturally connects to the land and to its cyclical nature and subtle nuances.

Our wine quality is determined by the cool macro-climate of the Willamette Valley, vintage, soil profiles, vineyard micro-climates, and winemaking style. Our job is to let the terroir speak and to make the winemaker imprint as transparent as possible.

Our climate and winemaking style reveal wines that emphasize balance, elegance and texture. This openness allows the vintage and three terroirs on which we farm to express themselves as wines of startling distinction.

Call us crazy, but our objective is to blaze a trail towards a future that is stimulating, exciting and beautiful—such as it must have been generations ago for the Calapooia, overlooking our “valley of flowers.”

RIDGECREST

Ridgecrest Vineyard was the first vineyard planted in what’s now the Ribbon Ridge AVA within the greater Chehalem Mountains AVA. Today, it’s divided across three distinct parcels.

CORRAL CREEK

Corral Creek is the only estate vineyard we didn’t plant ourselves. Formerly known as Veritas Vineyard Winery, we purchased it from the Howieson family in 1995 so we could expand our winery operations. It is also the location of our winery and the inspiration for the vineyard graphic on our labels.

STOLLER

Stoller Family Estate is a 400-acre parcel that has been in the Stoller family since 1943. It was planted in 1995 and has slowly grown to 225-acre planted to vine, making it the largest contiguous vineyard in Willamette Valley’s Dundee Hills.

CHEHALEM
Chehalem Estate is our newest vineyard and future home of Chehalem. It’s located in the new Laurelwood District of the greater Chehalem Mountains AVA. The land was first purchased in 2018 with an additional parcel added in 2020, including an established vineyard. Our goal is to have this extraordinary estate vineyard property completely planted by 2024 and fully producing grapes by 2027.

Sustainability

Chehalem is rooted in a deep and abiding reverence for the land. From the vineyards we nurture and harvest to the wine we blend and age – we handle every step with unwavering respect for sustainable practices. Whether conscientious vineyard farming practices or the materials used in our wine shippers, sustainability is at the core of our business practices. We are, first and foremost, stewards of the land and consider the impact of every layer of the winemaking process.

IN THE VINEYARD

Ridgecrest, Corral Creek, Stoller and Chehalem Estate vineyards are LIVE and Salmon Safe certified. LIVE is a non-profit organization providing education and independent 3rd-party certification for vineyards and wineries. Using international standards that are recognized with the International Organization for Biological Control, LIVE is the Northwest’s leading sustainability certification. LIVE certification also encompasses Salmon Safe certification, which ensures the prevention of erosion and runoff that in turn affect water quality. Other aspects of our LIVE Certification include:

  • We don’t use herbicides; weeds are controlled by hand and mechanization.
  • We dry farm whenever possible to reduce the stress on groundwater sources. Our goal is for Mother Nature to determine how hydroponic a vintage will be because vintage differences enhance appreciation of wine for many, so long as the quality level is high. That said, we have drip irrigation installed at most vineyard sites to help only when extremely necessary and only specifically where it’s needed.
  • Biodiversity, soil stability, and structural health within the vineyard are prioritized by sowing diverse cover crops every fall and encouraging a multitude of native plants.
  • A large percentage of our vineyard properties are reserved as an eco-zone to provide habitat for native plants and animals and minimize the effects of vineyard encroachment.

IN THE COMMUNITY

We believe every business has a responsibility to its employees, the local community, and its products. Since inception, Chehalem has emphasized being a leader in our community, which is why we became B Corp certified in 2018. B Corp is to business what Fair Trade is to coffee or Organic is to milk. We were the sixth Oregon winery to achieve this rigorous certification that assesses companies to ensure meet the highest standard of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability. B Corp incorporates what we’re doing for our LIVE certification and pushes it by measuring our social impact. These efforts include:

  • More than 30 percent of spending is with local vendors within 50 miles of the winery.
  • We pay a living wage and provide a comprehensive compensation package to all full-time staff.
  • Leadership is spread equally among men and women across every department, and all employees are encouraged to take advantage of continuing education opportunities.
  • Chehalem is also a proud supporter of ¡SALUD!, a Pinot Noir auction supporting a unique non-profit collaboration between wineries and healthcare professionals that raises money to provide access to healthcare services for Oregon’s seasonal vineyard workers and their families.

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OUR WINES

Known for our single-vineyard Pinot Noirs and a progressive approach to dry white wines, we firmly believe that outstanding wine should accompany every course of a meal. This is why our white wine program is as extensive as our pinot program.


CURRENT WINES PRODUCED

  • Pinot Noir
  • Chardonnay
  • Rosé of Pinot Noir
  • Pinot Gris
  • Grüner Veltliner
  • Gamay Noir
  • Riesling
  • Pinot Blanc

WINES PREVIOUSLY PRODUCED

  • Chenin Blanc
  • Sauvignon Blanc
  • Mondeuse Noir
  • Trousseau Noir
  • Cerise (1996-2009: blend of Pinot Noir and Gamay)

WINES IN THE MAKING

  • Sparkling program! Méthode champenoise (traditional method) Brut Rosé of Pinot Noir

 

Winery Management

Bill Stoller | Owner & Founder

Bill was born here on the property and raised on the family farm outside of Dayton, Oregon. He received a degree in business and economics from Pacific University, as well as an MBA from Portland State University. In 1983, Bill co-founded Express Employment Professionals, currently the largest privately-held staffing company in the world, with over 600 offices in four countries. Additionally, in 2001, he founded Xenium, a human resources outsource company. This business success has enabled Bill to pursue his passion of wine and to contribute to his community. True to his Oregon upbringing, Bill sees himself as a custodian of the land he loves, and cares deeply about sustainability and environmental protection.

Gary Mortensen | President

As president of the Stoller Wine Group, Gary brings 20 years of senior leadership in the Oregon wine industry. In six short years with the company, he has grown production from 20,000 cases to more than 160,000 across four brands.

Gary loves disruption, innovation and pushing boundaries regardless of the industry or application: from taking a fresh look at a mature industry (wine) to being involved in bleeding-edge technology that changes how we do things. Through these lenses, Gary is the driving force realizing Bill Stoller’s vision of refining and protecting our legacy, so that it can thrive for generations to come.

Katie Santora | Winemaker

Katie Santora joined Chehalem in 2012 as assistant winemaker. In her nine-year tenure, Katie has facilitated every aspect of the winemaking process. Her expert knowledge of our vineyard sites and house style made her the perfect candidate to assume the role of winemaker in 2018.

In her current position, Katie considers herself a conductor as she empowers her team, ensuring everyone feels happy and productive. Winemaking allows Katie to be in tune with the grapes as they progress through the season, allowing her to have a deeper understanding of the vintage, and the world at large. Originally from Utah, Katie became interested in wine while attending UC Davis where she graduated with a degree in enology and viticulture.

Jason Tosch | VP of Vineyard Operations

A native of Oregon’s Tualatin Valley, Jason Tosch has made his career farming premium wine grapes. An Oregon State University graduate with a degree in horticulture, focusing on small fruits and berries, Jason has served in leadership roles for the Oregon wine industry’s wine research and sustainability-focused communities.

In his role, Jason oversees 585-acres across four estate properties, while cultivating relationships with high-end growers throughout the state. With his vineyard team, Jason grows high quality wines that reflect the vintage. His love of Oregon drives his holistic approach to viticulture and the connectivity to the surrounding forests and biodiversity-rich areas. The growth of the Stoller Wine Group suits Jason’s skillset. His shared core vision will allow the Stoller Wine Group to carefully scale while increasing wine quality and farm-land stewardship.

Pat Hiley | Vice President of National Sales

Pat Hiley has 25 years of experience in the wine industry. He caught the wine bug after many years working in fine dining restaurants in New Orleans, served as a buyer at a high-end grocery store, worked for a large wine supplier covering the Southeast, and eventually as a distributor holding multiple senior positions. When the opportunity to join a family of quality-driven wineries, Pat jumped at the chance to work for the Stoller Wine Group.

He lives in Atlanta with his wife, Gretchen, and their three teenage children. Pat enjoys traveling with Gretchen, listening to vinyl, and spending time with friends and family. He holds Certified Wine Specialist accreditation from the Society of Wine Educators as well as Certified Sommelier credentials from the Guild of Master Sommeliers.

Patrick McBride | Vice President of Chains

With 22 years of wine and spirits industry experience, Patrick McBride joins the Stoller Wine Group as vice president of chains, managing on- and off-premise relationships across the country. Prior to joining the team, Patrick served as vice president of chains for Young’s Market Company Oregon where he managed a team of account executives that were responsible for calling on the largest retail customers in Oregon. Over the course of his career, Patrick has called on national accounts across the U.S. while working on the supplier side for Fetzer-Concha y Toro, Diageo Spirits, and Barton Brands (now owned by Constellation). A graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and Board Member for the City of Hope Oregon, Patrick enjoys spending time with his wife, Liz, and kids Molly and Connor, and riding his Peloton to keep his “dad bod” in check.

ALABAMA
International Wines and Craft Beer
(205) 492.1699

ALASKA
Specialty Imports 
(907) 563. 9100

ARIZONA
Young’s Market Co.
(602) 233.1900

CALIFORNIA
Young’s Market Co.
(415) 665.9013

COLORADO
Republic National Distributing Company
(303) 734.2400

CONNECTICUT
Opici Connecticut
(800) 648.WINE

DELAWARE
Bacchus Importers Ltd.
(410) 633.0400

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Bacchus Importers Ltd.
(410) 633.0400

FLORIDA
Republic National Distributing Company
(800) 544.7412

GEORGIA
Georgia Crown 
(770) 302-3000

HAWAII
Young’s Market Co.
(808) 676.6111

IDAHO
Idaho Wine Merchants
(208) 345.7510

ILLINOIS
Pure Wine Company
(630) 655.9190

INDIANA
Republic National Distributing Company
(800) 562.7359

IOWA
Cask and Cork
(605) 376.4706

KANSAS
Handcrafted Wines
(913) 829.4500

KENTUCKY
River City Distributing
(502) 933.0423

LOUISIANA
Wines Unlimited
(504) 897.0191

MARYLAND & DC
Bacchus Importers
(410) 633.0400

MASSACHUSETTS
Ruby Wines
(508) 588-7007

MICHIGAN
Republic National Distributing Company
(734) 324.3000

MINNESOTA
Phillips Wine & Spirits
(651) 637.3300

MISSISSIPPI
MadVines
(651) 637.3300

MISSOURI
Lohr Distributing
(314) 231.6400

MONTANA
Summit Beverage
(406) 541.3900

NEBRASKA
Quench Fine Wines of Nebraska
(402) 502.9906

NEVADA
J & P Wholesale (Southern)
(702) 248.3361

NEW JERSEY
Opici Wine Group
(201) 689.1200

NEW MEXICO
Favorite Brands
(505) 883.9248

NEW YORK
Opici Wine Group
(201) 689.1200

NORTH CAROLINA
Tryon Distributing
(704) 334.0849

NORTH DAKOTA
Cask and Cork
(605) 431.3925

OHIO
Vintage Wine
(440) 248.1750

OKLAHOMA
Premium Wines of OKC
(405) 947.4690

OREGON
Young’s Market
(503) 274.9990

RHODE ISLAND
Rhode Island Distributing Co.
(401) 822.6400

SOUTH CAROLINA
Grassroots Wine Wholesalers
(843) 552.6450

SOUTH DAKOTA
Cask and Cork
(605) 431.3925

TENNESSEE
Advintage
(615) 807.1111

TEXAS
Favorite Brands
(972) 943.0263

UTAH
Enoteche
(435) 640.1124

VIRGINIA
The Robins Cellars
(804) 346.5060

WASHINGTON
Vehrs Distributing Inc.
(206) 763.6064

WISCONSIN
AVA Wine & Spirits
(414) 630.8829

AUSTRALIA
Pinot Now
+61 3 9329.4243

BERMUDA
Burrows Lightbourn Ltd.
+1 441 295.0176

CANADA

New Brunswick
Mainbrace International Ltd.
+1 (902) 422.6193

Newfoundland
Mainbrace International Ltd.
+1 (902) 422.6193

Nova Scotia
Mainbrace International Ltd.
+1 (902) 422.6193

Ontario
The Living Vine
+1 (647) 519.8609

DENMARK
Salin Group
+45 2 097.4486

SWEDEN
Spring Wine & Spirits
+46 8 672.7700

JAPAN
Village Cellars
+81 76 672.8680

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