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Larson Family Winery

California, the most populous state of the United States, located on the Pacific coast of North America is bordered by Oregon, Nevada, Arizona and Mexico. The four largest cities are Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose and San Francisco. California is also the home of and wine producing regions such as Santa Barbara and Northern California's Wine Country.

Larson Family Winery produces an internationally renowned portfolio of wines from top vineyards located throughout California's finest appellations. The Larson family has owned this land since the late 1800’s, where it was once the lively port of the old Embarcadero. The shallow, clay loam soils in the vineyards are perfectly suited for Chardonnay. On the other hand, their winemaking team is a fusion of seasoned veterans and innovative students of enology and viticulture.

Originally known for world-class vineyard-designated Chardonnay, Larson Family Winery also crafts a full range of award-winning wines, including Pinot Grigio, Wingo White Carneros, White Table Wine, Gewurztraminer, Carneros Cuvee Rose, Pinot Noir Rose and many more. These wines are approachable, inexpensive blends perfect for personal house wines and restaurant wines by the glass.
Owing to the quality manufacture of wines, Larson Family Winery won the prestigious honor of Best Cabernet at the California State Fair’s Wine Competition. There were 416 Cabernets that were entered, and out of 30 gold medal winners and 6 double gold winners, Larson took the top honor. Vanillin, currant and dark cherry fruit flavors with aromas that marry with the vanilla and spice of the barrels describe this luscious wine.
It is the goal of Larson Family Winery to create wines from the promising viticultural region of California that will rival in style and quality the finest traditional wines. With an unequaled commitment and the resources and talent to support this commitment, Larson Family Winery is embarking upon the next frontier in American winemaking.

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