Top 10 Wineries of the Week (May 1– 7)




Welcome to this week's list of U.S. wineries experiencing the most love (or at least page views) from AWG wine lovers. Elizabeth Smith's review of Sonoma's MacLaren Wine Company earns it the well-deserved top spot for the week. Arizona's Caduceus Cellars and the Napa free tasting trio of Buehler Vineyards, Heitz Wine Cellars, and Smith-Madrone Vineyards continue their long streaks on the list, and three wineries make the list for the first time this week to add a little non-Napa diversity. Santa Barbara's Fess Parker Winery comes in at #7, Oregon's Dominio IV is at #8, and Sonoma's Ram's Gate Winery takes the #10 spot. Popular Napa wineries Madrigal Family Winery and Failla Wines round out the list.

1. MacLaren Wine Company (Sonoma Valley, CA)
Reviewed by Elizabeth Smith

2. Buehler Vineyards (Napa Valley, CA)
Reviewed by Martin Redmond

3. Caduceus Cellars (AZ)
Reviewed by Diane Williamson

4. Madrigal Family Winery (Napa Valley, CA)
Reviewed by Elizabeth Smith

5. Heitz Cellars (St. Helena, CA)
Reviewed by Martin Redmond

6. Smith-Madrone Vineyards & Winery (Spring Mountain District, CA)
Reviewed by Martin Redmond

7. Fess Parker Winery and Vineyard (Santa Ynez Valley, CA)
Reviewed by Dale Thomas Vaughn

8. Dominio IV (McMinnville, OR)
Reviewed by Rob Boss

9. Failla Wines (St. Helena, CA)
Reviewed by Tom Riley

10. Ram's Gate Winery (Los Carneros, CA)
Reviewed by Anthony Marocco





Published: May 9, 2016

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