Working with Village Market in Incline Village, we hand-picked red and white wines from acclaimed California regions including Napa, Livermore, and Paso Robles.
Wines featured at this year’s event are available for purchase at Village Market in the Village Center, Incline Village. Special thanks to Barone Distribution and Breakthru Beverage Group.
A participant for the past six years, in 2013 & 2014 Ard Aven won the coveted People’s Choice for favorite Red.
A participant for the past four years, Boisset Wine collection includes favorites including Jean Charles Boisset, Raymond Vineyards, and Deloach Vineyards.
Located in the eastern foothills of the Andes, in the shadow of Mount Aconcagua, the vineyards are planted at the some of the highest altitudes in the world. The area is celebrated as one of the world’s premier grape-growing regions.
Established in 1998, this is a family owned vineyard. It is based in Templeton, California and produces wines of exceptional quality regardless of budget. This is their first time participating in the Festival.
This winery practices earth-friendly farming which offers rewards including cleaner and tastier grapes, safer workers, and a natural environment that will continue to thrive for many generations. They produce a number of red varietals. This is their first time participating in the festival.
We are thrilled to have Hahn back for a second year in a row. Their exceptional varietal wines are produced from their Vineyard in Monterey County.
A first-time participant, E16 sources their grapes from partnerships with growers in the Alexander and Russian River appellations and produce exceptional Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
“It takes a great vineyard to make great wine.” Ideology’s vineyards are located in the Oak Knoll district of Napa Valley. They produce a number of varietals including Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Rose, Chardonnay and their ‘Blondie’ blends.
Back for a second year, J. Lohr is one of the most recognized labels at this year’s event. Celebrating 40 years of family wine making, they produce fantastic varietals that are a crowd pleaser.
Lone Eagle Cellars
First time participant, they will offer a barrel tasting of a 2015 Pinot Noir.
The vineyards of Lucas & Lewellen are located in the three wine growing valleys of Santa Barbara County: Santa Ynez Valley, Los Alamos Valley, and the Santa Maria Valley.
With their vineyards in Camino, California, Madroña’s exceptional mountain elevation vineyards offer perfect growing conditions for the wide range of Rhône and Bordeaux varietals we grow here. Well-drained soil and mild temperatures throughout the year produce grapes with mild acidity and optimal maturity. This distinctive fruit creates the perfect foundation for our unique family of estate grown and bottled wines.
Mansfield-Dunne Wines is the culmination of a 10 year effort of John and Lynn Peterson to secure land in the Santa Lucia Highlands with the goal to grow premium pinot noir and chardonnay and produce wine from those grapes. Our current releases – the 2013 Mansfield-Dunne Peterson Vineyard designate and 2013 Mansfield-Dunne Santa Lucia Highlands appellation pinot noirs – come entirely from our family owned estate property. While larger than our prior releases, these still have relatively limited production of only 350 cases and 340 cases, respectively. So thrilled to have them showing off their wine!
Located in Nevada County, Nevada City Winery has been recognized with numerous awards, including Best Zinfandel, Best Cabernet Franc, Best Syrah and Best Cabernet Sauvignon for the Sierra Foothill Region, awarded by the California State Fair. We are glad to have them back as a participant!
Opolo has participated in the event for several years. Their vineyards are based in Paso Robles and produces Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Zinfandel, and Muscat Canelli.
Tahoe Blue Vodka has participated for four years and truly loves to give back to their Lake Tahoe community. They are a favorite for guests looking to mix it up!
Westwood Estate Vineyard site sits at the northernmost end of Sonoma Valley. Westwood’s 22 acres are comprised of nine different clones of Pinot Noir, four different clones of Syrah, rarely planted varietals Counoise, Mourvedre, Grenache, Roussanne, Viognier and Tannat. Their vineyard is in a unique location