Some Wineries You Should Think About Visiting

Attention wine-lovers! Are you interested in experiencing different wine from different parts of the country? We think that’s a great idea! You may just be surprised at the quality of the wine that’s produced. We want you to check out some really amazing wineries you can visit across the country. • Cadence Winery (Seattle, Wash.): Ben Smith (former engineer) and his wife, Gaye McNutt (former lawyer and triathlete) are the founders of this winery. They started small in Seattle and there, Smith was named Winemaker of the Year in 2012, by Seattle Magazine. • Dashe Cellars (Oakland, California): This winery is known as one of the pioneers of the Bay Area winemaking movement. The Dashe Cellars is a team made up of a husband and wife “team makes single-vineyard wines that showcase the climate, soil and regional character of the best vineyards in California.” • Bluxome Street Winery (San Francisco, California): San Francisco is where wine-making actually originated. Bluxome Street Winery is located a short distance from AT&T Park and it is equipped with a stating room and an event space. • Henke Winery (Cincinnati, Ohio): For over a decade, this winery has been winning medals in various worldwide wine competitions. It was also deemed as one of the top 10 urban wineries. • Enso Winery (Portland, Oregon): This Portland winery uses grapes from three different regions, which are Oregon’s Willamette Valley, Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills and California’s Shenandoah Valley. The quality of the wines produced there is great and the production levels are rising. • O & S Winery (Seattle, Washington): They are renowned for their red wines. This is because they utilize the Yakima Valley and throughout Washington state and invest in low yields so that they can reap high quality grapes to make their wines. • Red Hook Winery (Brooklyn, New York): Partners, Robert Foley, Abe Schoener and Mark Snyder joined together in 2008 and established this winery. The winery sources from more than 15 New York vineyards, but it still keeps the operation small and keeps the output hand-crafted. If you’re in any of those areas, you should check the wineries out. We can offer you professional grade wine storage for your wine collection and we can also get advice about storing your wine at home. Give us a call to discuss the climate controlled and secure wine storage options we have available to keep your fine wines safely stored in our wine storage facility in New Jersey.



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