Yorkville Cellars

Press & Reviews 2017

A selection of some of our new awards, magazine reviews and accolades.

Made with Organic Grapes

Wine O’Clock

"The wonderfully old-school Yorkville Cellars captures the laid-back vibe of the Anderson Valley."


The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, the largest wine competition of American wines in the world with over 6,850 entries this year.

2014 Cabernet Franc, Silver Medal
2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, Bronze Medal
2014 Carmenere, Silver Medal
2014 Petit Verdot, Gold Medal
2015 Sauvignon Blanc, Silver Medal
2015 Semillon, Best of Class

 


Boontling

...The American language spoken by so few people you've likely never heard of it: Boontling, used by men in a remote California logging town, is being kept alive by just 12 speakers - 140 years after it was first devised

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The Daily Mail
 

Boont Book


Top 10 Vineyards In California

The main vintages produced in the North Coast are cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay. Another bountiful growing region is the Central Valley, which produces more than half of California’s grapes, the majority of which go into the bulk wine market. The Central Valley specializes in and is highly respected for its production of chenin blanc and chardonnay. Our team at wine.net loves California wines and have compiled a list of the Top 10 Vineyards in California to use as a reference during your next visit to the Sunshine State. Enjoy your trip, and cheers!

Aerial View of Rennie (front) and Randle Hill Vineyards


25 Things to do in Mendocino County, a.k.a California's Cozy Coast

Neighbouring Anderson Valley AVA may be famous for pinot noir, but I was pleased to find the Yorkville Highlands wineries blushing for rosé.

Toasting to Yorkville Cellars is easy. What's not to love about a small-lot winery that has been certified organic since 1986? Take a glass of their 2016 rosé of petit verdot to the deck and witness a quintessential Mendo postcard: sheep mowing between the rows of vines. If you meet Kevin, ask how he became 'the rockin' shepherd.'

wine glass in vynd


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