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COPIA honors the Davies Family of Schramsberg Vineyards with celebrated Lifetime Achievement Award

COPIA honors the Davies Family of Schramsberg Vineyards with celebrated Lifetime Achievement Award

October 14, 2006, Napa, CA- The COPIA Wine Awards 2006 went to John Shafer of Shafer Vineyards for Vintner of the Year, Salvador Renteria of Renteria Vineyard Management for Wine Grower of the Year, Greg Gregory for Wine Collector of the Year, and Gene Burns of KGO Dining Around with Gene Burns for Media and Entertainment. The most prestigious COPIA Wine Award, the Lifetime Achievement Award, went to the Davies family of Schramsberg Vineyards for their invaluable contributions and record of accomplishments to the American wine industry. “We are particularly proud to be honoring the Davies family with a Lifetime...
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October 14, 2006
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Bubbly and Caviar

Bubbly and Caviar

Schramsberg and Tsar Nicoulai Caviar Company have partnered to create delicious pairings of artisanal caviars and sparkling wines from America. To read more and download the Schramsberg Vineyards / Tsar Nicoulai Caviar pairing brochure, please visit http://www.schramsberg.com/caviar_bubbles.html.
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October 1, 2006
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Crush your own at wine camp

Crush your own at wine camp

Welcome to crush camp, the dirt-under-the-fingernails experience for the wine lover who wants to be there for the birth of the bottle. By Michelle Locke, Associated Press Writer September 27, 2006 “Standing on the sunny crush pad of the Schramsberg winery, Lon McEachern was in vinophile heaven. “He’d raised a glass of bubbly to the start of the 2006 harvest and now was sipping fresh-pressed juice gleaned from tubs of glistening green grapes he helped pick in the post-dawn chill. “‘Fabulous,’ he said with a high-wattage grin. “Welcome to crush camp, the dirt-under-the-fingernails experience for the wine lover who wants...
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September 27, 2006
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Schramsberg Releases Inaugural J. Schram Rosé

Schramsberg Releases Inaugural J. Schram Rosé

Schramsberg Vineyards, pioneer of artisan American sparkling wines, releases its first-ever vintage Tête de Cuvée Rosé, J. Schram 1998, in development since 1993. To read more about the inaugural J. Schram Rosé, please visit http://www.schramsberg.com/jschram_rose_promotion.html.
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September 1, 2006
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Best American Sparkling Wine

Best American Sparkling Wine

Yet it wasn't until Schramsberg, in the northern Napa Valley, released its first sparkling wines in the mid-1960s that the wine world began to take notice. Schramsberg is now making some of its best wines ever. The J. Schram Napa-Monterey-Mendocino Counties 1998 (91, $80) offers a complex array of flavors and layers of concentration, with spice, ginger and fresh pear. The Schramsberg Reserve Napa-Mendocino-Sonoma Counties 1997 (91, $60) is tightly focused, with spicy pear and creamy vanilla, gaining complexity on a long, elegant finish. Both wines - J. Schram is a blanc de blancs, the Reserve is a blanc de...
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Wine Spectator, 12/31/2004
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19 Delicious Bottles of Wine Under $50 to Uncork Right Now

19 Delicious Bottles of Wine Under $50 to Uncork Right Now

These bottles all scored more than 90 points and taste like wines three times their price. By Sara L. Schneider, Janice O'Leary on April 10, 2020 Photo: Courtesy of Wally's Many of us have been drinking through our cellars over the recent weeks of quarantine and might be getting to those bottles we aren’t quite ready to touch just yet. Or that aren’t quite ready for us to touch them. We decided we needed an influx of quality wines at weekday prices—$50 and under. Enter our good friends at Wally’s Wine & Spirits’ who happened to have the same thought....
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12 Things You Should Know About Schramsberg Vineyards

12 Things You Should Know About Schramsberg Vineyards

words: KATIE BROWN illustration: DANIELLE GRINBERG     Nestled in Calistoga, Calif., Schramsberg Vineyards is known primarily for its sparkling wines. The brand, founded by Jacob Schram in the 1800s, has undergone many changes over time. Since 1965, it has been owned by the Davies family, which has made the brand and its property what it is today. With four different vineyards and over 30 varieties of wine, Schramsberg is a force in the Napa Valley wine world. But there’s still plenty you don’t know about the bubbly brand. Read on for 12 facts you should know about Schramsberg. Full article here
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