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Enjoy Big Savings and Reduced Shipping on our 2019 Holiday Gift Pack through Dec 6th!

We are delighted to offer you our award winning 2015 wines in a special holiday gift pack! These make perfect gifts for family, friends and work colleagues. Of course, they are a lovely accompaniment for your holiday meals. Buy one gift pack (3 bottles): normally $149....now $120...19% off Buy two gift packs (6 bottles): normally $298....now $220...26% off Buy four gift packs (12 bottles): normally $596....now $400...33% off We can personalize your order with custom gift cards! Just let us know in the order comments that this is a gift and what you would like to say...and we will hand [...]

By |2019-12-03T23:28:53+00:00December 3rd, 2019|Estate 1856, Front Page|0 Comments

Strike Gold with the Estate 1856 Wine Club!

In the last seven vintages, Estate 1856 wines have won: 53 Gold Medals 17 Double Gold Medals 16 Best of Class Awards 3 Platinum Awards 1 Sweepstakes/Best of Show Red Wine Award Join our Prospector Wine Club and have our wines delivered to your door. Complementary shipping on your first wine club shipment! Why join? First access to our very limited production wines Discounts on every wine purchased Choose the club level that works for you—4, 6 or 12 bottles per shipment Only two shipments a year Customize your club shipment, or opt to take the pre-selected club [...]

By |2019-10-12T18:55:59+00:00October 5th, 2019|Estate 1856, Front Page|0 Comments

Cheeses to Pair with Estate 1856

Inspired by our recent participation at the California Artisan Cheese Festival (so many great cheeses at this fun event!), we sat down and pondered the influence of cheese on the perception of wine. We thought we'd focus on cheeses that are traditionally paired with deeply flavored red wines, specifically aged cheeses with some acidity, but then ventured into some aged sheep and goat cheese, to add some fun to the tasting. Overall, we found that very young and fresh cheeses were best paired with the fresh flavors of approachable white and sparkling wines. With more complex white wines and medium bodied red wines, [...]

By |2019-08-25T04:26:09+00:00August 4th, 2019|Estate 1856, Front Page|0 Comments