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Whitehall Lane 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.
Whitehall Lane was founded in 1979 however the history of the soil dates back two centuries. In the mid 1800's, Napa Valley settlers were drawn to the loamy and deep soils and ideal climate, planting high quality grape vines at the Whitehall Lane Winery site. A barn constructed in the early 1900's for equipment storage is still used nowadays. In 1979, two brothers started the winery and directed their winemaking efforts effectively to Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
They a little family owned winery in Napa Valley's historic Rutherford appellation with roughly 110 acres of prime Valley-floor vineyards including the Leonardini Vineyard in St. Helena and are committed to making the finest Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Reserve wine.
They have developed into a world-class winery. The efforts of the Leonardini Family are apparent in the recent run of accolades from wine publications but are even more evident in the beautifully made, elegant wines they continue to make. They continue to receive accolades and awards for producing some of the greatest wines in the world. In Wine Spectator Magazine's year-end ranking of wines, they have been honored an unprecedented three times in five years for producing wines rated among the top five in the world. The winery has in addition been voted Winery of the Year from the Quarterly Review of Wines and Wine and Spirits Magazine.

The goal of Whitehall Lane Winery is to create wines of uncompromising quality with optimum flavor and aromatic components that reflect the unique characteristics of the vineyards from which they come.

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