Uncorked.com features the greatest wines from around the world. Each one has its own unique and fascinating story. Check out the spotlights on some of our featured wineries to learn more about their history, terroir, production methods, and the families and winemakers behind the brand.

Sanford Winery

Discovering an overlooked, grape-growing treasure in Santa Barbara’s Sta. Rita Hills area, Sanford Winery planted the area’s first Pinot Noir. Pinot Noir has thrived in the Sta. Rita Hills ever since, and so has Sanford Winery.
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Tangley Oaks

The wines of Tangley Oaks symbolize the majesty of California’s native oak trees. Much like these grand trees, the grape varietals selected for Tangley Oaks represent the enduring legacy of California winemaking.
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Fizz56

Fizz56 comes from a small winery nestled in the heart of the Piedmont region of Northern Italy, known for their outstanding Brachetto. What is Brachetto? Brachetto is a grape native to Italy but rare in other wine-growing regions around the world. It is a light-bodied red grape, highly aromatic and naturally effervescent.
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Rutherford Hill

It's that special time of year in wine country. It's harvest time. Fields bustling with activity, trucks hauling grapes, non-stop processing in the wineries, crowds everywhere, the scent of ripened fruit, the culmination of a year of hard work, anticipation of the fruits of this year's labor. The locals call it The Crush.
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