Wines

At Gamble Family Vineyards we strive to make truly memorable wines, wines made to be enjoyed over several hours, with good food and those you love. While our style is reminiscent of Bordeaux, our Winemaker Jim Close continually produces prestigious, well balanced wines that stay true to our terroir. 

Our Rose, Sauvignon Blanc and Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon are made exclusively for our restaurant and retail partners. We also produce one wine that is allocated to both retail partners as well as our member, and that is our Paramount Red Blend. If you fell in love with one of our wines during a night out on the town, you probably enjoyed one of these! We hope you find these wine profiles insightful and inspiring as you continue to explore and build your collection. For more information about availability in your area, please visit the Find Our Wines page, or feel free to Contact Us.

We also make a handful of membership wines that are available solely at our winery in Oakville, California. To learn more about our undistributed offerings, please click here to visit our membership site.

Rosé

Appellation: Napa Valley
Cellaring: 6 months in stainless steel
Aging:  Current releases are ready to drink now

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Sauvignon Blanc

Appellation: Gamble Vineyard, Yountville, Napa Valley
Cellaring: 76% in barrel on the lees for six months, 24% in stainless steel on the lees for 6 month
Aging:  Current releases are ready to drink now

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Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Appellation: Napa Valley
Cellaring: 20 months in barrel
Aging:  Current releases are ready to drink now or over the next 5 to 8 years

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Heritage Sites

Appellation: Napa Valley
Cellaring: 20 months in barrel 
Aging:  Current releases are ready to drink now

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Paramount

Appellation: Napa Valley
Cellaring: 20 months in barrel 
Aging:  Current releases are ready to drink now or over the next 10 to 15 years

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California Proposition 65 Warning

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