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Eagle Ridge Vineyard Named 2013 Winery of the Year by Winegrowers Association

The family owned business only uses grapes grown in the Livermore Valley.

LIVERMORE, Ca: Eagle Ridge Vineyard in Livermore. Photo Credit: Cheryl Perry
LIVERMORE, Ca: Eagle Ridge Vineyard in Livermore. Photo Credit: Cheryl Perry
The owners of the Eagle Ridge Vineyard in Livermore are flying high after earning the prestigious "Winery of the Year" award from the Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association for 2013.

Vineyard owner Cheryl Perry says the vineyard, which first started in 2002, is the first solar powered winery in the Livermore Valley and the grapes used for their wines are all "estate grown." 

The vineyard is named after the "eagles that returned to the Livermore Valley in 1996," according to the vineyard's website.  

"We are a small family owned winery that focuses on making wine only from the grapes of the Livermore Valley," Cheryl Perry said. "We offer Zinfandel, Pinto Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah and two dessert wines in our tasting room. We are thrilled to receive this award and can attribute our success to not only our hard work but the generosity of the Livermore wineries who have so unselfishly provided mentoring & support to us over the years. They too deserve a part of this award."

Perry encourages residents to come by and try their wines.

"We are located in the eastern foothills of the Livermore, which offers a spectacular view of the entire valley," Perry commented.

Taste the award-winning wines offered by Eagle Ridge each Sat. and Sun. from 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. or by appointment by contacting them at 925-447-4328.

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