We currently offer three varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, and Chardonnay. The Cabernet Sauvignon is estate-grown, while the other varietals are sourced from local growers. Our Kenwood-based winemaker produces world class wines for several other wineries and brings his decades of experience to our wines.
|Clone||Davis Cab #4 and #7|
Our 2015 Fancy Dog Cabernet earned 90 points from Rober Parker!
|Clone||Dijon #115, #667, and #777|
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We are dedicated to improving the well-being and promoting the adoption of rescue animals.
100% of our profits are donated to organizations across the country that share our committment to helping animals in need.
As of 2018 we have donated over $16,000 and that number will rise with each vintage!
Organizations We Support
These are the various organizations that we've supported with your wine purchases. We're always looking for more animal rescue efforts that need our donations so please let us know if you have one in mind!
A no-kill shelter in the Central Valley operated by volunteers that rescues large and small breed puppies and dogs, whelping mothers and emergency cases.
At Stonecliffe, before being placed with adoptive families our dogs are pack-socialized, vaccinated, spayed/neutered, and are given a clean bill of health.
Our donation helped them to spay and neuter even more dogs!
Dedicated to rescuing dogs from life threatening situations
Big Dog Rescue is based in Penngrove, CA and is actively rescuing animals from across the country who are in dire need. Our own dog, Nell, was rescued from the California desert when her mother and pups were abandoned.
Our donation helped bring a van full of dogs from Oklahoma to California for adoption.
Volunteers dedicated to aiding the abandoned, sick, injured, or neglected animals in New York City
IOHR relies primarily on volunteers and did not have a transport vehicle of its own. As a result, IOHR had to 1) rely on volunteers' cars for transporting animals (and such cars were usually not large enough to transport many animals) and 2) use funds that would have otherwise been used to cover spay/neuter programs, rehabilitation costs, medical care, etc. to pay for transport costs.
Our donation helped IOHR purchase a transport van which will be used daily for animal and supply transports within NY (to and from the multiple adoption events that IOHR holds each week) and will also be used for weekly transports of animals from the South, where the euthanasia rates for stray dogs and cats are staggering. Just last weekend, IOHR was able to use the new transport vehicle to rescue over 30 cats and dogs!
Below are some pictures of the happy and relieved rescues!
A grass roots rescue organization that rehabilitates animals in the San Francisco Bay Area.
This organization was founded by a woman who was once homeless. Rocket Dog Rescue is a San Francisco Bay Area dog rescue organization staffed by a group of dedicated volunteers. We save dogs from death at over-crowded shelters and find them loving, happy homes. Now in our thirteenth year, RDR is stronger than ever, and has saved the lives of over 7,500 animals
Our donation defrayed the cost of a vet’s bill for five puppies that were found in a dumpster in San Leandro, California.
A group of like-minded individuals who dedicate their homes and their hearts to providing refuge to the many abandoned, abused and neglected dogs of their community.
FADR typically rescues from small rural kill shelters and often houses 30-45 dogs at any given time. Each dog is fully vetted, micro chipped, altered, fed high quality nutrition and started on course of monthly flea & heartworm preventative treatments. FADR has placed/re-homed over 400 dogs and some cats.
Our donation was used to pay for surgery and treatment of 8 animals that were rescued from a hoarder (who had 41 total animals). One of the dogs had a broken jaw and pelvis.
Protecting and improving the lives of cats and dogs in need in Sonoma Valley through sheltering and adoption, humane education, and community programs.
Pets Lifeline shelters, feeds, and rehabilitates nearly 1,000 animals every year. This includes spay or neutering all shelter animals before finding them permanent homes in addition to providing the community with free spay/neuter services. They maintain data on lost and found animals and help reunite pets with the owners. Finally, they coordinate a program to trap, spay/neuter, and maintain feral cats.
Our donation was used to help with food and medical bills for an unprecedented number of kittens that were rescued over the summer.
Prevention is the solution!
Napa Humane has operated our low-cost, high volume, Spay/Neuter Clinic for 25 years. In the last five years alone we’ve spayed or neutered over 20,000 dogs, cats, and rabbits, preventing millions of animals from being born.
Millions? How can that be? Consider this: just one un-spayed female cat, her mate, and all their offspring, producing two litters per year can total 11,801 kittens in those same five years. So if we weren’t here, if we hadn’t, what would have happened to them all?
Our gift allowed them to provide 40 cat spay or neuter surgeries during their “Beat the Heat” promotion and help those pet owners who need just a little help to do the right thing for their pet and their community.
Because when you believe, anything is possible.
Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County is a spay/neuter organization for unowned feral, unowned community, and unowned stray cats. We are focused, passionate and with help from people like you, we believe that spaying and neutering every unowned cat in Sonoma County is possible.
Every single cat that is spayed or neutered makes a big difference in preventing future health issues, euthanasia instances, animal abuse and neglect before any can ever occur.
With our donation of $1000, they will be able to provide comprehensive care for 4 feral or stray cats, where we will alter, vaccinate, microchip, de-worm, de-flea and provide any other necessary medical attention they need to live a healthy life. To put that in context, an unsprayed female cat, her mate and all their offspring producing two litters per year with 2.8 surviving kittens per year can total 11, 801 cats over five years. Altering 4 cats makes a big difference.
Providing temporary food assistance to help humans and their best fur friends stay together.
Since our founding in 1976 Operation Kindness has saved the lives of nearly 100,000 homeless animals. We never turn an animal away because of the cost for medical care, and we take pride in our ability to treat and rehabilitate any dog or cat and give them the opportunity to experience a good quality of life.
While Hurricane Harvey continues to devastate the South Texas Coast, Operation Kindness is teaming up with the SPCA of Texas and The Humane Society of the United States to help hundreds of pets displaced by the historic storm. We are taking in the adoptable animals from shelters in disaster-affected communities to enable those local shelters to have the room they need for the influx of pets displaced by the disaster. This will help those pets have the best opportunity to be reunited with their family.
While Hurricane Harvey continues to devastate the South Texas Coast, Operation Kindness is teaming up with the SPCA of Texas and The Humane Society of the United States to help hundreds of pets displaced by the historic storm. We are taking in the adoptable animals from shelters in disaster-affected communities to enable those local shelters to have the room they need for the influx of pets displaced by the disaster. Our donation will help those pets have the best opportunity to be reunited with their family.
Due to your wine purchases, we have made the following contributions.
|September 2019||$1,000||Stonecliffe Animal Rescue|
|November 2018||$500||North Valley Animal Disaster Group|
|September 2018||$500||Brother Wolf Animal Rescue|
|April 2018||$1,250||Stonecliffe Animal Rescue|
|April 2018||$300||Big Dog Rescue|
|November 2017||$1,000||Sonoma Humane Society|
|September 2017||$1,000||Operation Kindness Pet Food Pantry|
|January 2017||$1,000||Forgotten Felines|
|June 2016||$1,000||Napa Humane|
|December 2015||$1,000||Pets Lifeline|
|July 2015||$1,000||Rocket Dog Rescue|
|July 2015||$1,000||Family Addition Dog Rescue|
|July 2015||$1,000||Pets Lifeline|
|June 2015||$1,000||In Our Hands|
|March 2015||$1,000||Big Dog Rescue|
How You Can Help
You can support the cause by donating directly to the organizations listed above, or by buying our wines.