Stella Rosa

Stella Rosa

Stella Rosa - The wines that survived prohibition

It all started in 1917, when the Riboli family founded Los Angeles’ historic San Antonio Winery. Back then, Los Angeles was the prime location for wine growing in all of California. For some time, the wine industry reigned as one of Southern California’s most economically significant and popular industries of that time.   After surviving Prohibition and about a century later, the Riboli family has continued its artisan winemaking tradition through four generations.   From within the…

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Sparkling Wines for Every Budget

Sparkling Wines for Every Budget

Top Sparkling Picks to Ring in the New Year

We know individual taste can vary greatly so we made sure to include something for everyone in our top sparkling picks below. Buy More and Save! 10% off of 12 bottles, mix & match. Click Below to see all our sparkling wine selections!

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Green’s Top 10 Wines of 2019

Green’s Top 10 Wines of 2019

Our Annual Spotlight on 2019's Best Wines

It’s that time of year again, when we present our Top 10 standout bottles of the year. Discount for the Top 10 wines is 15% off of 12 bottles, mix & match.   Click "Read More" below to see the full article

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DOMAINE BOUSQUET - Winery of the Year

DOMAINE BOUSQUET - Winery of the Year

These fine wines are worldwide and organically grown

A 1990 vaca­tion in Argen­ti­na was all it took. For third-gene­ra­tion wine­ma­ker Jean Bous­quet, it was love at first sight. The object of the Frenchman’s desire: the Gual­ta­llary Valley, a sce­nic, remo­te, arid terrain high in the Tupun­ga­to dis­trict of the Uco Valley in Argentina’s Men­do­za region, clo­se to the bor­der with Chi­le. Here, whe­re the con­dors fly and not a vine in sight, Bous­quet dis­co­ve­red his dream terroir, an ideal loca­tion in which to nur­tu­re…

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