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Dry Creek Valley, about 80 miles north of San Francisco, is one of the smallest American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) in size.

Our blend of geography, soil and climate are ideal conditions to grow succulent grapes — resulting in big fruits and complex wines.

Denier Handal Wine's Petit Sirah paired with lamb chops

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Sourced from the Edina Vineyard in Contra Costa County, California, our Verdehlo is from the 2019 harvest. The wine has floral notes of chammomile and spring blossoms.


Denier Handal Sangiovese from Mendocino County AVA
Sangiovese is the signature grape of Tuscany and boasts rich earthy aromas with hints of herbs and flowers. Our dry-farmed Sangiovese is grown in Mendocino County.


Denier Handal Sagratino from Dry Creek Valley AVA
The Sagrantino we planted in Dry Creek Valley boasts much of the same qualities as its Italian siblings — rich tannins, intense, earthy aromas, and ripe dark fruit flavors.

Don Angelo

Denier Handal Don Angelo
We made this wine in honor of our dear friend Angelo who introduced us to the wonders of the province of Umbria. This Italian blend is made with 2/3 Sangiovese and 1/3 Sagrantino.