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How Alexander describes Alexander Valley Vineyards:

​"Situated in the Alexander Valley AVA of Sonoma County, Alexander Valley Vineyards stands as an undiscovered treasure within California. Each wine they craft comes exclusively from their estate. What makes these wines exceptional is their remarkable quality-to-price ratio, often exceeding those of other wine regions across California. Distinguished by captivating fruit profiles, refined tannins, and a subtly nuanced mouthfeel, the wines from Alexander Valley Vineyards deliver an excellent quality product at a price point everyone can enjoy." 


Hank & Linda Wetzel






Alexander Valley AVA

Wines Produced

Red: Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel

White: Sauvignon Blanc

Famous For

Alexander Valley Vineyards Zinfandel 2019 - No.50 Top 100 Wine Spectator 

Alexander Valley Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2021

Alexander Valley Vineyards | Quebec
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Alexander Valley Vineyards

Wines by Alexander, a Quebec wine agency, is proud to present Alexander Valley Vineyards.

The tale of Alexander Valley Vineyards unfolds in 1962 when Harry and Maggie Wetzel acquired their initial parcel of land in North Sonoma County. By 1966, they had cultivated Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chenin Blanc, Riesling, and Gewürztraminer. Variety was pivotal in comprehending the intricacies of their estate vineyards. In 1968, they produced their inaugural Cabernet Sauvignon, a wine that continues to define their reputation today. In 1984, Alexander Valley Vineyards played a role in establishing the AVA of the region: Alexander Valley AVA. Presently, the estate is overseen by Hank and Linda Wetzel, along with other family members, diligently carrying forth Harry and Maggie’s vision. With ownership of over 700 acres across Alexander Valley, the family crafts a diverse range of wines from Sauvignon Blanc to Zinfandel to Cabernet Sauvignon – all estate-grown, all exquisite, and all exceeding their price point. Notably, these wines gracefully age for up to 20 years while remaining enjoyable upon release.

Alexander Valley Vineyards


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