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Rosé the Summer Away

August 2, 2023

The Drinkhacker story titled “Review: 2022 Rosés for Summer – Marietta Old Vine Rosé and E. Guigal Cotes Du Rhone Rosé” features reviews of Marietta’s Old Vine Rosé and E. […]

Sustainability Spotlight: Dog Point, Marietta & Iron Horse Vineyards

August 22, 2022

Food & Wine Executive Editor Ray Isle’s latest print feature focuses on organic, biodynamic and regeneratively farmed wines. The in depth story highlights THREE of our wines as benchmarks in […]

Father’s Day Wines

June 15, 2022

The South Florida Reporter recommended Marietta Cellars Old Vine Red Lot 73 in its Father’s Day wine column. The writers encourage readers to pay tribute to a significant father figure […]

Rosés say Forget-Me-Not!

April 6, 2022

Lettie Teague of the Wall Street Journal wants readers and rosé buyers to embrace “last year’s” rosé for many reasons. One is the supply chain, making it undetermined if the […]

Wine of the week: OVR, Old Vine Red, NV, Lot No. 72, Geyserville, by Marietta Cellars

December 7, 2021

The Press Democrat selected Marietta Cellars Old Vine Red Lot No. 72 as its wine of the week. Holiday parties served as the inspiration for this column. The publication’s tasting […]

Food & Wine – 2021 Holiday Issue Highlights

December 1, 2021

Food & Wine’s annual holiday issue hit newsstands and recommends SIX wines from VINTUS’ portfolio, including Champagne Ayala, Champagne Bollinger, Dog Point Vineyards, Marietta Cellars, Chateau Minuty and Chateau Montelena. […]

Great Value Wines: Our Favorite Rosés Under $20 for Summer Sipping

August 12, 2021

James Suckling’s team compiled a roundup of their favorite rosés under $20 to enjoy this summer, including Attems Pinot Grigio Ramato 2019 and Marietta Cellars California Old Vine Rosé 2020. […]

Tasting Interview – James Suckling and Scot Bilbro of Marietta Cellars

August 4, 2021

In this Tasting Interview, wine critic James Suckling and Scot Bilbro, winemaker at Marietta Cellars, the two talk vineyards, the dynamic genre of table wines, how these wines are an […]

The 25 Best Rosé Wines

May 14, 2021

Vinepair included Marietta Celars OVR Old Vine Rosé 2020, M de Minuty 2020 and Halcyon California Cabernet Franc 2018 within its annual roundup of the 25 Best Rosé Wines under […]

Jancis Robinson on the Next Generation of California Winemakers

September 9, 2020

Jancis Robinson, writing for the Financial Times, reports on the changing succession trends in the Napa Valley. At the end of the last century, succession was one of the hot […]

When Simplicity Can Be a Winemaking Virtue

July 22, 2020

In the widely popular monthly column, Wine School, produced by Eric Asimov of the New York Times, the topic of the consumer’s aversion to “sweet wines” tackled. Asimov explains that, […]

20 Reds Under $20: Where the Values Live, for Now

July 22, 2020

In staying with the current political times, visa-vi the 25 percent tariff and looming increase (please submit comments in opposition HERE), the New York Times recommends avoiding the historic wine […]

Introducing Marietta Cellars

July 17, 2020

VINTUS welcomes Marietta Cellars, an innovator and institution of quality California wines since 1978.

The Back Label E03 – Scot Bilbro, Marietta Cellars

July 17, 2020

Scot Bilbro is the owner and winemaker at Marietta Cellars, a California wine institution since 1978. Marietta farms nearly 400 acres of vineyards, including some of the oldest Grenache and Syrah plots in the country.