United States


Crosby Cellars

Crosby Cellars was founded around the time Tom and Julia Byrnes welcomed their second youngest child, Crosby, into the world. The brand launched with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, later expanding its portfolio to include Chardonnay in 2018. This personal connection to the Byrnes family highlights the brand's deep roots and the intimate relationship between family and business.

Cabernet Sauvignon • 2022

Lockhart Cellars

The intention of Lockhart Wines is clear: to create approachable wines that pair well with a wide variety of cuisines. The grapes sourced for Lockhart are all sustainably farmed using organic and sustainable farming practices and principally all small family farms including the Ehlers family, a family business for more than 80 years. All wines are cold fermented in stainless steel, with the reds aged in twice used french oak barrels.

Cabernet Sauvignon • 2021
Chardonnay • 2021

Bodan Roan

Bodan Roan was inspired by travels and experiences throughout the world. This is the purpose of the BR passport stamp on the lower left of the label, and a testament to the ever evolving vintage character of wine. Bodan Roan Wines are produced with a clear goal: to make straight-forward, food-friendly wines. This goal is attained through a process that begins in the vineyard, where high-quality grapes provide a base for the wine. The grapes chosen for these wines are from select vineyard sites throughout California.The winemaking style is one of little intervention.

Pinot Noir • 2020
Chardonnay • 2020

Porter Bass Estate

Porter Bass is a highly recognized and coveted producer in California for making clean, well-balanced, biodynamic wines. Their small winery is located in the hills just above the town of Guerneville in the Russian River Valley. The vineyard was originally planted in the late 1800s but in rough shape when the Bass family purchased the estate in the 1980s. The vineyard had been intensively farmed with fertilizers and pesticides and the soil was exhausted. The Bass family converted all vineyards to biodynamics.

Chardonnay • 2017
Russian River Valley
Pinot Noir • 2018
Russian River Valley

Poco a Poco by Porter-Bass

Poco a Poco is a second label for the family that allows glasspour options in a handful of states across the U.S. All three wines are made from organic grapes bought from the nearby Forchini vineyards. The wine is made at Porter Bass to the same standards (biodynamic) as his flagship wines but at a much more friendly price. Poco a Poco is fermented with native yeast, unfiltered, and unfined.

Cabernet Sauvignon • 2020
Chardonnay • 2021
Mendocino County

New York

Red Newt

David and Debra Whiting met in the late 1980s when David was working as cellar master at a Finger Lakes winery and Debra was supervising microbiology labs at Cornell University. David’s oenological career blossomed as he worked at three different vineyards in Finger Lakes and Debra’s passion for food led her to start a gourmet cheesecake business and then an upscale catering company. The couple founded Red Newt Cellars in 1998 and Debra opened the Red Newt Bistro alongside the first wine releases in June of 1999. In 2011 Debra’s life was sadly cut short, prompting David to delegate some of his duties and hire a winemaker. In 2014 Kelby Russell, a Finger Lakes native, joined the team as the head winemaker.

Riesling • 2018
Finger Lakes Dry Riesling



Hiyu is a 30 acre working farm in the Hood River Valley. The land is tended to by a group of people inspired by biodynamics and permaculture and the name is derived from the trade language of the Chinook people The sense of place is elevated and maintained by tending to the grape vines, raising animals, gardening, cooking and winemaking.

Pinot Noir and More • 2020
'Arco Iris' Columbia Gorge Red
Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir • NV
'Tzum Moonhill Farm III' Columbia Gorge White



Anahata’s translation is the sanskrit word for the heart chakra. There are 24 acres planted on 9 blocks with 7x4 spacing … 8 of the blocks are named as translations of the word “JOY”. The signature block is called the “SMP” block… Sister Mary Paule was our aunt who served the children of South Africa for over 60 years building orphanages and schools.

Cabernet Sauvignon • 2021
Columbia Valley