Schramsberg engraved saber blade
Schramsberg engraved saber blade

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Corridor stacked with fermenting sparkling wine bottles in Schramsberg historic wine caves

Winery of the Year Schramsberg/Davies

Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine

Over the years, Schramsberg has garnered more starred recommendations in the pages of Connoisseurs’ Guide than any other sparkling wine maker, and its impressive showing in 2016 would be enough to justify “Winery of the Year” honors…  

Front of the historic Schramsberg Victorian house, circa 2018

Catching Up with Schramberg’s Hugh Davies

Wine Spectator

Hugh Davies was born into wine. In 1965, his parents, Jack and Jamie Davies, bought the historic and—at the time—ramshackle Jacob Schram property on Diamond Mountain and established Schramsberg. Hugh arrived a month later. “It’s so fulfilling to be part…

Wine Enthusiast awards Schramsberg's 2009 J. Schram 97 Points and #30 on it's Top 100 Cellar Selections 2018.

2009 J. Schram Awarded 97 Points and #30 on Wine Enthusiast’s 2018 Top 100 Cellar Selections

Wine Enthusiast

“Each year, of the roughly 23,000 wines reviewed, only a portion (close to 4%) are designated Cellar Selections. This elite grouping is further whittled down to the Top 100 Cellar Selections list, a veritable cheat sheet for the most cellar-worthy wines…

Wine Enthusiast

Mastering Napa’s Mountain Appellations

Diamond Mountain: Above Calistoga in the Napa Valley’s most northwestern quadrant sits the Diamond Mountain AVA, a continuation of the Mayacamas Mountains. An AVA since 2001, the appellation goes from 400 to 2,200 feet above sea level. Its fine-grained, ash-like…

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