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Ron Wornick, pictured here with winemaker Aaron Pott, travels to NY this week for Wine Spectator's California Wine Experience.

October 14, 2008

Wornick’s Seven Stones Named Rising Star

Ron and Anita Wornick, of St. Helena and San Francisco, traveled to New York today for the California Wine Experience where their inaugural release from Seven Stones Winery, a 2005 cabernet sauvignon, is being featured by Wine Spectator editors James Laube and Harvey Steiman, on a program entitled, “Rising Stars.”  

Seven Stones was chosen among just five California wineries deemed by Laube and Steiman to be among the hottest properties on the West Coast.  Seven Stones 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon was awarded 94 points by James Laube.  The entire 2005 production was sold to the mailing list in just under five hours on release day late this summer.

Rising Stars Tasting. A tasting from some of the hottest new wineries on the West Coast—five from California, three from Washington and two from Oregon. Onstage, James Laube, senior editor, Wine Spectator and Harvey Steiman, editor at large, Wine Spectator, lead the tasting with the winemakers and/or owners. The wines are:

    * Linne Calodo Problem Child Paso Robles 2006 (95 points)
    * Londer Pinot Noir Anderson Valley Londer Estate Grown 2005 (92 points)
    * Relic Syrah Mendocino County Alder Springs Vineyard 2006 (NYR)
    * Saxum Paso Robles Booker Vineyard2005 (95 points)
    * Seven Stones Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2005 (94 points)
    * Côte Bonneville DuBrul Vineyard Yakima Valley 2005 (NYR)
    * Gorman Syrah-Cabernet Sauvignon The Evil Twin 2005 (95 points)
    * ZanZibar Sandra Horse Heaven Hills 2005 (93 points)
    * Penner-Ash Pinot Noir Willamette Valley Shea Vineyard 2006 (93 points
    * Roco Pinot Noir Chehalem Mountains Private Stash 2006 (94 points)

Link to the Seven Stones winery information summary.

Link to Ron Wornick's biography.
Link to Aaron Pott's biography.


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