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  • Wineries in Oakville

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  • Opus One

    Founded in 1979, Opus One invented the "ultra-premium" category in California Wine Country. The venerable Rothschild and Mondavi Families established the winery. Opus One uses a mix of traditional and modern farming methods.

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    Paradigm Winery

    Paradigm Winery is located in the Oakville wine region and has gained quite a following over the years. Paradigm vinifies only the best 30% of the grapes from their estate vineyard and makes excellent Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

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    PlumpJack Winery

    Gavin Newsom is part of the investment group that founded PlumpJack Winery in the 1990s. They have many other business enterprises including the Inn at Squaw Valley, PlumpJack Café, Balboa Café, and Carneros Inn.

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    Robert Mondavi Winery

    Robert Mondavi Winery was established in 1966 in the Oakville AVA. Mondavi founded his winery after a now famous feud with his brother Peter. No other man has done more to shape the valley’s wine industry.

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    Rudd Winery

    Rudd Winery is relatively new compared to its neighbors, but is producing Cabernet Sauvignon blends that can compete with any in the world. Leslie Rudd established his winery in 1996.

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    Saddleback Cellars

    Nils Venge bought the land for his estate vineyard in 1976. In 1983, Saddleback Cellars was officially bonded. Mr. Venge named his winery after Saddleback Mountain in Orange County. This is where he was born and raised.

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    Screaming Eagle Winery

    Screaming Eagle Winery makes some of the most expensive and difficult California wine to acquire. The vineyard is located on Silverado Trail in the eastern part of the Oakville AVA.

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    Showket Vineyards

    In 1988, Kal and Dorothy Showket moved to the Napa Valley and settled in the eastern hills of Oakville. Showket Vineyards produces some of the most sought after cult wines in all of California.

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    Silver Oak Winery

    Silver Oak has been producing age worthy Cabernet Sauvignon for many years. The winery recently acquired 100 acres of vineyards just north of Stags Leap and plans to expand their already noteworthy Cabernet Sauvignon production.

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    Stanton Vineyards

    The Stanton Family has been growing grapes in the Napa Valley since 1947, but did not make their first commercial wine until 1999. Stanton Vineyards owns several properties that are planted with about 75 acres of grapes.

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