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707 Estates Wines

Welcome to the 707 Area Code, which represents the premier wine growing region within Sonoma County. The handcrafted wines selected for 707 are exclusively grown and harvested by family-owned vineyards throughout the valley. The multiple generations of stewards of this fertile land work tirelessly to allow us the opportunity to bring our customers the ultimate wine tasting journey.

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707 Dry Creek Valley Barbera
From the first sip, you'll find rich layers of bright fruit, cherry, cassis and cranberry with a hint of chocolate orange and baking spice.
707 Santa Barbara Orange Muscat
Bold orange citrus scents and a lush mouthfeel make this Orange Muscat an inviting sipper.
707 Sonoma County "Tres Alamos" Rose
The flavors of this Rose are layered with watermelon and fresh Persian lime.
707 Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon
Broad and rich on the palatte, the 707 Cabernet has a deep well of candied fruits and sultry oak.
707 Sonoma County Chardonnay
Juicy but balanced with crisp Gravenstein Apple and pear.
707 Sonoma County Gewurztraminer

This rare gem is hard to come by! Lychee, Pineapple, Peach, Apricot, and orange flavors.

707 Sonoma County Pinot Noir
This Pinot has intense plum, cassis and baking spice flavors rounded out with a hint of French Oak.
707 Sonoma County Red Blend
This Red Blend is layered with plum, black raspberry, black cherry cola with a kiss of oak on the finish. Classic Sonoma County!
707 Sonoma County Rose of Pinot Noir
A beautiful style of Rosé that would inspire even the most discriminating wine lover.
707 Sonoma County Sauvignon Blanc
Rich on the tongue, the layered flavors feature anjou pear, Meyer Lemon, kiwifruit and Baked Golden apple.
707 Sonoma County Viognier
Silky and complex with a flavor profile of peaches, toasted almonds, creamy vanilla and a hint of caramel.

Warning; Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/alcohol.