A "go to winery" is a winery that almost never, if ever, fails to deliver satisfaction with its wines across the whole spectrum of its production.
Why talk about this subject?
The other day I was listening to a wine-spokesperson list a bunch of wine companies she would recommend, and if or when you buy any of their wine products, you'll be happy or satisfied that you did so; I couldn't, based on my own experience of some of those wines, disagree with her more.
My comments are not about whacking any particular wine company, but there are not many across-the-board wines from a winery (found in the tiny state of NH) that I'd say "buy" without a thought to the Quality/Price/ Ratio value of the wine(s) you're buying; don't have the time, don't care too much about the cost, and just want to get a bottle or two of wine and run; I'd definitely would go with any of these wineries.
So, rather than criticize her choices, here I offer-up my own "go to wineries" of the USA.
This is a work in progress.
Beringer Wineries, Why They are go to wineries.
Buehler Vineyards of Napa Valley, why it's a "go to " winery.
Clos Du Val Family Owned Estate Vineyards
Clos Du Val Family Owned Estate Vineyards, Why it's a "go to winery".
Dry Creek Vineyards
Dry Creek Vineyard, why it's a "go to" winery.
Frogs Leap Winery
Frog's Leap Napa Valley, Why it's a "Go to Winery."
Grgich Hills Estates Vineyards
Grgich Hills Estates, why it's a "go to winery".
Groth Vineyards, why it's a "go to" winery.
Hahn Family Estates Winery, why it's a "go to" winery.
Hall Winery of Napa valley
Merriam Vineyards, why its "go-to" winery.
Pine Ridge Vineyards
Ridge, why it's a "go to" winery.
Rodney Strong Winery
Sequoia Grove Vineyards
Shafer, why it's a "go to" winery.
Stags' Leap Napa Valley, Why it's a "Go to Winery."
Stag's Leap Wine Cellars
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