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Beauty and the Beads

December 3, 2016 by

Beauty and the Beads

December may be a frenzied Christmas gift shopping month, but you can still enjoy a couple great experiences while you shop! On Saturday afternoon, December 3, Beauty and the Beads will return to von Stiehl Winery.

The day has two parts. One part will be to take part in a presentation including Clinique. The second will be a bracelet and ornament design class where you’ll walk away with your very own designed piece.

Makeup is a form of art. Shellie will help you learn to apply makeup in a way that brings out your natural beauty. While she is presenting to half of the group, she will be doing a few makeovers on attendees. She’ll share the ins and outs of applying age-appropriate makeup, and will share how tactics change over time. Plan for a night out because you’ll leave looking great!

Rock of Ages will return to von Stiehl’s Beauty and the Beads to bring you the other half of your experience. Sheila and Cami offer a full fledge experience in designing and creating beauty with beads. You’ll learn the basic tricks of beading, and will go home with an ornament or bracelet of your beading design.

Let’s not forget that this is happening in a winery! Included with your $30 admission, you’ll receive a glass of wine and enjoy light after-lunch snacks. You might as well shop while you’re looking great! To make the trip to Algoma even more worthwhile, we’ll be giving you a goodie bag with a surprise gift and coupons to be used in our retail store. Also, enjoy a “Beauty and the Beads” wine special and 25% off all gift merchandise.

This is the kind of event that you’ll want to bring a girlfriend or two with. There are plenty of activities to go along with shopping. You could even come early or stay late and enjoy a wine and chocolate pairing, Select Tasting, or regular tasting at our bar. If your significant other wants to come along but doesn’t want to take part in the event, they can hang out at the Tap Room next door and enjoy Ahnapee beer!

 

Pinot Noir Returns

September 19, 2016 by Brad Schmiling

Pinot Noir is back in stock!

Pinot Noir Label

Our timing can be impeccably poor, and we like it that way. In 1967, Doc Stiehl was ahead of his time with screw caps. The closure let in less oxygen, and was less prone to the natural bacteria that is commonly found in natural corks. Af­ter decades of hearing ’why don’t you use corks?’ we invested in a mono-block filler and converted entirely to corks. Guess what happened next? Screw-caps became the new thing! We’re not going back after putting in our 25 years of screw-caps. It’s the principle of the matter.

The same thing is happening with Pinot Noir. This lovely wine was our first dry red release. A 1998 vintage Oregon-sourced Pinot Noir was von Stiehl’s first foray into the dry red market. Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot quickly fol­lowed. Many of our reds did (and still do) well, but Pinot flopped. It was an odd grape that garnered no interest so we discontinued it. Then Sideways premiered. You know, the 2004 movie that put Pinot Noir on the map. For a decade to follow everyone asked, “Do you have a Pinot Noir?” No, and now we’re not going to just because. Blame it on our German stubbornness. It’s the principle of the matter.

The buzz has worn down, and we are offering Pinot Noir another shot at standing on its own. We fermented eight barrels of 2015 Columbia Gorge Pinot Noir, and aged it eight months in medium toast French hybrid Oak. If you are one of the few die-hard customers that remembers the last Pinot Noir, we applaud your patience! We hope that it was worth the wait. It is available in our tasting room now for you to sample, or get it online. Just don’t ask us to bring back Robust Red.

You’ll see two other new reds this fall, Mourvèdre and Mal­bec, and in case you’re wondering, we do still use corks. With the exception of our reserve reds, they are 100% green syn­thetic corks (Select Bio Corks) that leave a zero carbon footprint. We’re sticking to that principle.

12 Volt Band – Cancelled

August 20, 2016 by

12 Volt

12 Volt Concert

von Stiehl Wine • Ahnapee Brews • Skaliwags Cuisine • Lake Michigan View and Breeze

we have cancelled due to the weather forecast.

What makes the perfect music venue? In the concert world acoustics make all of the difference. The best concert venue in northeast Wisconsin is the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The acoustics there are amazing! Our venue won’t be the best for a symphony, but we have a few other advantages.

For starters, the Cuisine Concert backdrop is the Ahnapee River and Lake Michigan. That means cool summer breezes. It means plenty of mood-boosting negative ions! When the inland hits the 90s, everyone drives to the lake to enjoy upper 70s or lower 80s.

Now a summer Saturday afternoon with 12 Volt in concert in Wisconsin begs for a glass or two of wine – von Stiehl wine! Combine a cool breeze, waterscape, and wine! Should you get hungry, our friends from Skaliwags are on site with their catering truck. They serve the best gourmet sandwiches on the Lake Michigan east coast! For that matter, we’ll put their food against any truck on any coast!

Should you decide that wine isn’t for you during the 12 Volt Concert, just grab a craft beer from Ahnapee Brewery. The brewery’s tap room is right next door. You’ll also find the favorites on tap outside by the show.

Add all of that to a 12 Volt Concert, and you’ve found the ideal venue for summer music.

Cuisine Concert Series Calendar*:

July 9: Abler and Son
July 16: Annie Rose Band
July 23: The Hits
July 30: Cool School
August 6: The Outpatients
August 13: The Jenirators *1:30 to 5:00 due to parade
August 20: 12 Volt

*Bands may be subject to change. Sorry—No carry-ins allowed, but beer, food, water & soda pop will be available for purchase.

The Jenirators in Concert at von Stiehl Winery in Algoma

August 13, 2016 by

The Jenirators

The Jenirators Cuisine Concert

von Stiehl Wine • Ahnapee Brews • Skaliwags Cuisine • Lake Michigan View and Breeze

Saturday • July 9 • 12:30–4pm • Free Admission

What makes the perfect music venue? In the concert world acoustics make all of the difference. The best concert venue in northeast Wisconsin is the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The acoustics there are amazing! Our venue won’t be the best for a symphony, but we have a few other advantages.

For starters, the Cuisine Concert backdrop is the Ahnapee River and Lake Michigan. That means cool summer breezes. It means plenty of mood-boosting negative ions! When the inland hits the 90s, everyone drives to the lake to enjoy upper 70s or lower 80s.

Now a summer Saturday afternoon with The Jenirators in concert in Wisconsin begs for a glass or two of wine – von Stiehl wine! Combine a cool breeze, waterscape, and wine! Should you get hungry, our friends from Skaliwags are on site with their catering truck. They serve the best gourmet sandwiches on the Lake Michigan east coast! For that matter, we’ll put their food against any truck on any coast!

Should you decide that wine isn’t for you while listening to The Jenirators, just grab a craft beer from Ahnapee Brewery. The brewery’s tap room is right next door. You’ll also find the favorites on tap outside by the show.

Add all of that to the music of The Jenirators, and you’ve found the ideal venue for summer music.

Cuisine Concert Series Calendar*:

July 9: Abler and Son
July 16: Annie Rose Band
July 23: The Hits
July 30: Cool School
August 6: The Outpatients
August 13: The Jenirators *1:30 to 5:00 due to parade
August 20: 12 Volt

*Bands may be subject to change. Sorry—No carry-ins allowed, but beer, food, water & soda pop will be available for purchase.

The Outpatients Concert at von Stiehl Winery in Algoma

August 6, 2016 by

Bob Balsley BandThe Outpatients Concert

von Stiehl Wine • Ahnapee Brews • Skaliwags Cuisine • Lake Michigan View and Breeze

Saturday • July 9 • 12:30–4pm • Free Admission

What makes the perfect music venue? In the concert world acoustics make all of the difference. The best concert venue in northeast Wisconsin is the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The acoustics there are amazing! Our venue won’t be the best for a symphony, but we have a few other advantages.

For starters, the Cuisine Concert backdrop is the Ahnapee River and Lake Michigan. That means cool summer breezes. It means plenty of mood-boosting negative ions! When the inland hits the 90s, everyone drives to the lake to enjoy upper 70s or lower 80s.

Now a summer Saturday afternoon with the Bob Balsley Band in Wisconsin begs for a glass or two of wine – von Stiehl wine! Combine a cool breeze, waterscape, and wine! Should you get hungry, our friends from Skaliwags are on site with their catering truck. They serve the best gourmet sandwiches on the Lake Michigan east coast! For that matter, we’ll put their food against any truck on any coast!

Should you decide that wine isn’t for you during The Outpatients Concert, just grab a craft beer from Ahnapee Brewery. The brewery’s tap room is right next door. You’ll also find the favorites on tap outside by the show.

Add all of that to The Outpatients Concert, and you’ve found the ideal venue for summer music.

Cuisine Concert Series Calendar*:

July 9: Abler and Son
July 16: Annie Rose Band
July 23: The Hits
July 30: Cool School
August 6: The Outpatients
August 13: The Jenirators *1:30 to 5:00 due to parade
August 20: 12 Volt

*Bands may be subject to change. Sorry—No carry-ins allowed, but beer, food, water & soda pop will be available for purchase.

Cool School Concert at von Stiehl Winery in Algoma

July 30, 2016 by

Cool School ConcertCool School Concert

von Stiehl Wine • Ahnapee Brews • Skaliwags Cuisine • Lake Michigan View and Breeze

Saturday • July 9 • 12:30–4pm • Free Admission

What makes the perfect music venue? In the concert world acoustics make all of the difference. The best concert venue in northeast Wisconsin is the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The acoustics there are amazing! Our venue won’t be the best for a symphony, but we have a few other advantages.

For starters, the Cuisine Concert backdrop is the Ahnapee River and Lake Michigan. That means cool summer breezes. It means plenty of mood-boosting negative ions! When the inland hits the 90s, everyone drives to the lake to enjoy upper 70s or lower 80s.

Now a summer Saturday afternoon with Cool School in Wisconsin begs for a glass or two of wine – von Stiehl wine! Combine a cool breeze, waterscape, and wine! Should you get hungry, our friends from Skaliwags are on site with their catering truck. They serve the best gourmet sandwiches on the Lake Michigan east coast! For that matter, we’ll put their food against any truck on any coast!

Should you decide that wine isn’t for you during the Cool School Concert, just grab a craft beer from Ahnapee Brewery. The brewery’s tap room is right next door. You’ll also find the favorites on tap outside by the show.

Add all of that to a Cool School Concert, and you’ve found the ideal venue for summer music.

Cuisine Concert Series Calendar*:

July 9: Abler and Son
July 16: Annie Rose Band
July 23: The Hits
July 30: Cool School
August 6: The Outpatients
August 13: The Jenirators *1:30 to 5:00 due to parade
August 20: 12 Volt

*Bands may be subject to change. Sorry—No carry-ins allowed, but beer, food, water & soda pop will be available for purchase.

The Hits Play at von Stiehl Winery in Algoma

July 23, 2016 by

The Hits ConcertThe Hits Concert

von Stiehl Wine • Ahnapee Brews • Skaliwags Cuisine • Lake Michigan View and Breeze

Saturday • July 23 • 12:30–4pm • Free Admission

What makes the perfect music venue? In the concert world acoustics make all of the difference. The best concert venue in northeast Wisconsin is the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The acoustics there are amazing! Our venue won’t be the best for a symphony, but we have a few other advantages.

For starters, the Cuisine Concert backdrop is the Ahnapee River and Lake Michigan. That means cool summer breezes. It means plenty of mood-boosting negative ions! When the inland hits the 90s, everyone drives to the lake to enjoy upper 70s or lower 80s.

Now a summer Saturday afternoon with The Hits in concert in Wisconsin begs for a glass or two of wine – von Stiehl wine! Combine a cool breeze, waterscape, and wine! Should you get hungry, our friends from Skaliwags are on site with their catering truck. They serve the best gourmet sandwiches on the Lake Michigan east coast! For that matter, we’ll put their food against any truck on any coast!

Should you decide that wine isn’t for you while listening to The Hits, just grab a craft beer from Ahnapee Brewery. The brewery’s tap room is right next door. You’ll also find the favorites on tap outside by the show.

Add all of that to a concert by The Hits, and you’ve found the ideal venue for summer music.

Cuisine Concert Series Calendar*:

July 9: Abler and Son
July 16: Annie Rose Band
July 23: The Hits
July 30: Cool School
August 6: The Outpatients
August 13: The Jenirators *1:30 to 5:00 due to parade
August 20: 12 Volt

*Bands may be subject to change. Sorry—No carry-ins allowed, but beer, food, water & soda pop will be available for purchase.

 

Algoma August Amusement

July 20, 2016 by

Algoma in August

August Amusement in Algoma

If summer was only a month long, then we’d have the entire season left! As it is, the time to give it is here and there’s no shortage of things to see in Algoma in August.

You might think summer activities would be dying down by August, but in Algoma, we’re just getting started!

Cuisine Concerts on August 6, 13, and 20

Our summer concerts are still gaining ground. With extra seating next door, you probably won’t even need a lawn chair. The August band lineup:
August 6 – The Outpatients, led by lord of the lick, Bob Balsley. If you love great guitar, he’s your guy.
August 13 – The Jenirators, led by Jenny Funk. Her vocal range and power is amazing, and not to be missed.
August 20 – 12 Volt, We don’t know much about these guys, but they come highly recommended by a former employee. Come listen and tell us what you think.
Enjoy food at the Skaliwag’s food trailer along with our wine and Ahnapee Brewery beer!

Tall Ship Sneak Peak on August 3

These ships will be in a bit of a race that finishes outside of Algoma. The TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE® Race finish line will leave them mustering off shore in Algoma before heading to Sturgeon Bay.  There’s something involving a massive floating duck associated with this festival that we haven’t completely figured out. As part of the mystery, a seven-foot baby duck will be set up outside the winery on the 3rd. Ahnapee Brewery is the beer sponsor. So come enjoy a Tall Ships Lager and see the massive ships from our brewery patio. Read more about the Green Bay event here.

Shanty Days August 12-14

Fishing Shanties are the small buildings that used to line the Ahnapee River. They served as the home base for commercial fishing vessels in our port. A couple shanties remain, and they are a popular subject for photographers and painters in the summer and fall. To commemorate these local historic icons Algoma hosts Shanty Days. This annual event supports a number of non-profit organizations in the area. Fair food never tastes better than when a lake breeze is blowing through and at Shanty Days you’ll find everything from fried chicken on a stick to funnel cakes.

Do they have our wine? You betcha! Find five of our top varieties in the Algoma Main Street tent. One note – if you’re planning to visit us on August 13, be aware that the streets around the winery are closed all morning due to the noon parade. Things get flowing around 1 pm when the blockades come down. Until then you may want to wear your walking shoes!

 

Annie Rose Band Concert at von Stiehl Winery in Algoma

July 16, 2016 by

Annie Rose Band ConcertAnnie Rose Band Concert

von Stiehl Wine • Ahnapee Brews • Skaliwags Cuisine • Lake Michigan View and Breeze

Saturday • July 16 • 12:30–4pm • Free Admission

What makes the perfect music venue? In the concert world acoustics make all of the difference. The best concert venue in northeast Wisconsin is the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The acoustics there are amazing! Our venue won’t be the best for a symphony, but we have a few other advantages.

For starters, the Cuisine Concert backdrop is the Ahnapee River and Lake Michigan. That means cool summer breezes. It means plenty of mood-boosting negative ions! When the inland hits the 90s, everyone drives to the lake to enjoy upper 70s or lower 80s.

Now a summer Saturday afternoon with the Annie Rose Band in Wisconsin begs for a glass or two of wine – von Stiehl wine! Combine a cool breeze, waterscape, and wine! Should you get hungry, our friends from Skaliwags are on site with their catering truck. They serve the best gourmet sandwiches on the Lake Michigan east coast! For that matter, we’ll put their food against any truck on any coast!

Should you decide that wine isn’t for you during the Annie Rose Band Concert, just grab a craft beer from Ahnapee Brewery. The brewery’s tap room is right next door. You’ll also find the favorites on tap outside by the show.

Add all of that to the Annie Rose Band, and you’ve found the ideal venue for summer music.

Cuisine Concert Series Calendar*:

July 9: Abler and Son
July 16: Annie Rose Band
July 23: The Hits
July 30: Cool School
August 6: The Outpatients
August 13: The Jenirators *1:30 to 5:00 due to parade
August 20: 12 Volt

*Bands may be subject to change. Sorry—No carry-ins allowed, but beer, food, water & soda pop will be available for purchase.

 

Joel Kuether Trio Concert at von Stiehl Winery and Ahnapee Brewery

July 9, 2016 by Brad Schmiling

Abler and Son ConcertJoel Kuether Trio Concert

von Stiehl Wine • Ahnapee Brews • Skaliwags Cuisine • Lake Michigan View and Breeze

Saturday • July 9 • 12:30–4pm • Free Admission

What makes the perfect music venue? In the concert world acoustics make all of the difference. The best concert venue in northeast Wisconsin is the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The acoustics there are amazing! Our venue won’t be the best for a symphony, but we have a few other advantages.

For starters, the Cuisine Concert backdrop is the Ahnapee River and Lake Michigan. That means cool summer breezes. It means plenty of mood-boosting negative ions! When the inland hits the 90s, everyone drives to the lake to enjoy upper 70s or lower 80s.

Now a summer Saturday afternoon with a Joel Kuether Trio concert in Wisconsin begs for a glass or two of wine – von Stiehl wine! Combine a cool breeze, waterscape, and wine! Should you get hungry, our friends from Skaliwags are on site with their catering truck. They serve the best gourmet sandwiches on the Lake Michigan east coast! For that matter, we’ll put their food against any truck on any coast!

Should you decide that wine isn’t for you during the Joel Kuether Trio Concert, just grab a craft beer from Ahnapee Brewery. The brewery’s tap room is right next door. You’ll also find the favorites on tap outside by the show.

Add all of that to a Joel Kuether Trio Concert, and you’ve found the ideal venue for summer music.

Cuisine Concert Series Calendar*:

July 9: Joel Kuether Trio
July 16: Annie Rose Band
July 23: The Hits
July 30: Cool School
August 6: The Outpatients
August 13: The Jenirators *1:30 to 5:00 due to parade
August 20: 12 Volt

*Bands may be subject to change. Sorry—No carry-ins allowed, but beer, food, water & soda pop will be available for purchase.

Worker Call – Door County Wine Fest

April 25, 2016 by

Door County Wine Fest

Von Stiehl is excited to be one of eight wineries participating in the Door County Wine Fest. What began as a small 500-800 person tasting event has grown into a full-blown ‘close down the highway’ kind of party. There are over 1,700 tickets sold so far, and online ticket purchasing is only picking up. Egg Harbor will be a wine taster’s paradise this June 25.

Who are the participating wineries? The list is the same as that of the Door County Wine Trail: Door 44, Door Peninsula, Harbor Ridge, Orchard Country, Red Oak, Simon Creek, Stone’s Throw, and von Stiehl Wineries. Each will bring 10 wines for sampling along with two select vintages for a V.I.P. tasting.

While we are promoting attendance, our equal concern is staffing. We’re looking for a few workers that would be willing to set up, and pour wine samples, on June 25th. Interested? We’ll happily compensate you a bottle of wine or $10 in cash per hour worked. If you’re up for pouring, please email Brad@vonStiehl.com to sign up.

Here’s the scope of the day:

11 am: Set up of von Stiehl Winery tent

Noon: Eat lunch

1 pm to 5 pm: Pour 1/2 ounce samples, sell select varieties by the glass and bottle

5 pm: Clean and pack up

6 pm: Finished

If you’re interested in attending but aren’t too keen on working it, here’s some more information from DoorCountyWineTrail.com:

Calling all wine lovers. This is an event celebrating quality “Made in Door County” wine products. The Door County Wine Trail group and Egg Harbor Business Association partner to bring you a viticulture and entertainment extravaganza. Join us at the inaugural Door County Wine Fest on Saturday, June 25, 2016 for unlimited tasting of more than 80 different wines. There will be plenty of sumptuous food, tasty cheese, incredible music and delicious wines. – See more at: http://www.doorcountywinetrail.com/door-county-wine-fest/#sthash.UT76NunF.dpuf

Moscato for von Stiehl is Orange

February 26, 2016 by

Orange Muscat Wine Bottle

Sometimes Moscato is orange, but most of the time it is not. For von Stiehl, it is Orange Muscat, but it doesn’t have any oranges, and it isn’t Moscato. Follow?

Orange Muscat is a grape that you’ve probably never tasted. It is one of over 200 varieties of the Muscat, or Moscato, grape family that is best known in Italy. Orange Muscat is part of the family, but isn’t a Moscato. This small part of the family was popular in France at one time, and is now grown in the Veneto region of Italy. Fortunately for us, Orange Muscat is also grown in small amounts in California and Washington. This white grape exhibits Moscato characteristics with, you guessed it, a strong orange nose. Just to be sure that we are all on the same page, we do not add oranges or orange juice to the wine. Oranges are for breakfast… and possibly mimosas, when mixed with Titletown Wine (Sparkling Muscat).

Our Orange Muscat is sourced from Mendocino grape farmers. Now Mendocino is to Napa what Algoma is to Door County. Great quality without the price. A beautiful adventure without the hubbub. Lake breezes without the aroma of exhaust. A slower pace without the long lines.

Made from grapes grown in this laid-back and relaxed region, Orange Muscat is smooth and settled. Clear like your mind when you’re sitting on a warm beach. Sweet like the gratification of a hard day’s work at closing time. Here’s the winemaker’s version:

‘This rare and delicate Orange Muscat grape evokes aromas of peach, apricot, and orange blossoms. The flavors of tangelo and honey meld to produce a perfect accompaniment to cheesecake or peach cobbler á la mode. Residual Sugar 3.0% by weight.’

Just as White Zinfandel was the go-to semi-sweet and easy-to-drink wine of the 80s, wine drinkers are enjoying those virtues in Moscato today. While a limited amount was offered last year in a 500ml bottle, our Orange Muscat  has grown up in quantity and is now wearing a full-size 750ml glass casing. Enjoy it for $14.99.

Summer Cuisine Concert Series

June 25, 2015 by

Cuisine Concerts

Cuisine Concerts

Cuisine Concerts

Legend has it that there was a Green Bay summertime billboard in the 1980s that displayed the air temperature of Algoma. There would be such a thing because in July and August when it is sweltering inland, Algoma typically enjoys a 70-something degree breeze off of Lake Michigan. Two blocks in from the beach you’ll find Skaliwags, a little dive bar that serves five star cuisine. Skaliwags birthed the Skaliwagon food truck, which shows up in front of our tap room and winery during the Saturday Cuisine Concerts.

Let’s do the math…

1 Cool Breeze + 1 Winery + 1 Brewery + 1 Food Truck + 1 Band =

5 Star Summer Bliss!

With a seating capacity of around 200, there’s plenty of room to take in the best parts of summer right in our back yard. Admission is free, so come take in all that Algoma has to offer with this band lineup:

 

Cuisine Concert Series Calendar

12:30 – 4 pm*

7/11 Annie Rose Band (Classic Rock)

7/18 Sly Joe Trio (Earthy Soul With a Funky Stroll)

7/25 Clipper City Cats (Blues and Old School Rock)

8/1 Dr. Bombay (Great Guitar from Buffet to Santana)

8/8 Beaker Street (Rock and Blues)

8/15 The Hits (Covers of 60s-90s hits) 1:30-5 pm due to parade

 

*Bands may be subject to change. Sorry, no carry-ins allowed, but beer, food, water & soda pop will be available for purchase.

Gamba Barrel Tastings

July 3, 2013 by Brad Schmiling

OV Merlot

One of the Gamba barrel-aged wines awaiting your taste buds!

The Gamba Barrel

In the heart of Monferrato, France, the Gamba family has been handing down the ancient art of the master cooper from father to son for decades. Their unique wood aging and barrel building process takes considerable patience and capital, in keeping with the Gamba family tradition. White oak is sourced from the prestigious Allier Forest, then split to preserve continuous fibers through the entire length of each stave. The wood is then weathered in the microclimate of the French countryside for a full thirty-six months. This seasoning process polymerizes tannins and eliminates green phenolic components. Gamba Cooperage’s main objective is, as it has always been, to select the best wood so that the wines will have nothing but premium quality after aging. The treasured Gamba barrel ultimately leads to an incredibly soft, silky mouthfeel.

On the Wisconsin lakeshore just before the edge of Door County, the  produces red wines to age in the prestigious Gamba barrel. The three varieties offered this summer by the winery are Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, Clarksburg Old Vine Merlot, and Sierra Foothills Zinfandel. Each varietal is offered from French hybrid barrels and Gamba barrels, giving guests an opportunity to do a side by side tasting. If these same wines were offered from a California winery, their value would easily reach to just below $100/bottle. The Algoma winery offers all for less then $50/bottle.

Guests will often comment that the Gamba barrel-aged reds are smoother, and have more fruit aromas. Come taste the difference at von Stiehl!

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