Description

<p>Founded by Larry & Margie Dino, Cuda Ridge Wines produces Bordeaux style wines that bring out the wonderful terroir of Livermore Valley. The Cuda Ridge winery and Tasting Room is located at 5385 East Avenue in Livermore, California. Cuda Ridge has been increasing the production each year and its current 2012 production is 1400 Cases. Cuda Ridge Wines produces the following Bordeaux varietals: Semillion, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, and Petit Verdot. From time to time, winemaker, Larry Dino, will produce non-Bordeaux style wine which are designated under the Black label, these wines include Zinfandel, Sangiovese, and Syrah. Each of varietals produced are small lots ranging from 100 - 250 cases. Cuda Ridge does extensive blending of the varietals and strives for lower alcohol wines with intense complexity and character, traditional of the Bordeaux style.</p>
<p> Cuda Ridge is a truly family and friends run winery. When you visit our winery, don't be surprised to see members of the Dino family and their friends helping with the wine making, or pouring a glass of wine. We are sure that once you have sampled our distinctive blends and enjoyed our hospitality, you will become a part of our new family!...</p>
<p> We look forward to having you visit and taste wine with us!</p>

Business Info
  • 5385 East Avenue 94550 CA United States
Location
Winey Features
Varietals & regions
Winemaker & Owners
  • Winemaker :
    Larry Dino
  • Owners :
    Larry Dino, Margie Dino
  • Established Date :
    2007
Other Wineries like this
WineMakers Studio at Wente Vineyards
5565 Tesla Road 94550 CA United States
Nella Terra Cellars
5005 Sheridan Rd 94586 CA United States
Tesla Vintners
5143 Tesla Road 94550-6840 CA United States
Elliston Vineyards
463 Kilkare Road 94586 CA United States
Wente Vineyards
5050 Arroyo Road 94550 CA United States
Retzlaff Winery
1356 S. Livermore Ave. 94550 CA United States
Location
Business Info
  • 5385 East Avenue 94550 CA United States
Varietals & regions