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We think our wines are great, but we still love to hear other people speak highly about Vino Noceto and Amador County wines. We love to see our name in the press--here are links to some of our recent mentions from bloggers, writers, and even recent guests.

If you would like to write about Vino Noceto or our wines, feel free to contact Lindy for information or questions at Lindy@noceto.com.


101 Best Wineries in America
by the Daily Meal

Are These Wines Destined to be Sierra Foothills Classics?
by Mike Dunne of the Sacramento Bee

A Toast to California's Next Napa
by Graham Boynton of the Financial Times

A Guided Tour to the Wines of Amador County
by Sara Miller of the SF Gate

Bottles for Holiday Parties or Presents
by Mike Dunne of the Sacramento Bee

The Grape behind Chianti
by Russ Winton of the Modesto Bee

Grid Full of Grapes: Savor Sacramento's Urban Wine Trail
By Ed Murrieta of the Sacramento Press

Great Wines from Family Wineries Featured at San Francisco Event
By Barbara Keck of WineBizNews

Best Wine to Pair with Pork Tenderloin
By Lisa Kolenda of IntoWine.com

What's Cookin' Today on CRN
By Courtney K at What's Cookin' Today

Italian Lesson
By The Sheepish Sommelier

Amador County Wine Country
By Steven Yoder for Jetset Extra

California Wines Showing More Balance: SF Family Winemakers Tasting
By Richard Jennings for the Huffington Post

The Oldest Zinfandel of Amador County, Original Grandpere Vineyard
By Patrick Frank on palatepress.com

Sparkling Wines for Any Budget
By the Editors of Wine Enthusiast on winemag.com

10 Great Hot Weather Wines from Gold Country
By David Locicero for opinionatedwineguide.com

My New Favorite Wine: 2009 Noceto Sangiovese
By Mary Rosenberger on howdoyoucook.com

Noceto Amador County Sangiovese-2009 (Video)
By James Melendez

The Sierra Foothills: Family Wineries and Fall Colors
On backcountrywines.com

Vino Noceto
By Karen Burleson on bacchusup.blogspot.com

Wine Tasting in Amador
By Chuck on Travels with Charley

The serendipitous story of how a winery ended up with an iconic Doggie Diner head
By Paolo Lucchesi for Inside Scoop SF

 

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