Around the Winery

  • What Happens After Harvest?
    The fruit is all picked. The crush is over. What happens now?We asked our winemaker extraordinaire Charlie Tsegeletos. Here’s what he had to say:The grapes have all been picked, and most of the juice has undergone fermentation. We’re still watching a few wines that are slowly fermenting - mostly zinfandels. The reds are all undergoing a Malo-lactic fermentation, which softens them a bit. Once we get the wines to the appropriate levels of sugar, we’ll remove the solids from the new wine. This is…
  • 4 Reasons Why the 2015 Vintage Will Knock Your Socks Off
    September, 2015 - 2015 was quite a year and we are beyond excited for what's in store! ...
  • Why the horse statue?
    Nancy Bunting Cline, co-owner of Cline Cellars, has always been a devoted equestrian. When she was 13 years old, she used to ride at a horse ranch owned by Haddon Salt. If you’re of a certain age, you may recall the ubiquitous fish and chips chain, H. Salt, Esq. It was he who owned the ranch, which featured a semi-enclosed riding area (there was no roof). Nancy loved the ranch, and wondered how in the world someone could ever own something so beautiful – 350 acres of pastoral fields and hillsides,…
  • Top 5 baseball foods to pair with Cline SF Giants Pinot Gris
    Whenever we go to a baseball game, we look forward to eating all that incredible food that just doesn’t taste the same anywhere else!...
  • The Cline Family Cellars Story
    Watch our brand new video! We are SO excited here at Cline Family Cellars to share our story with you! It's been an amazing journey getting us to this point - thank you all for joining us on this wonderful adventure! CHEERS!...