California Wineries

OGC Wines

Overview

An integral part of Napa Valley history since 1881, Oakville Grocery remains a gathering place for friends to share the best in handcrafted, locally sourced food and wine and to experience what makes Napa and Sonoma Counties so special. Local wine from local people.

Our Wines

  • An integral part of Napa Valley history since 1881, Oakville Grocery remains a gathering place for friends to share the best in handcrafted, locally sourced food and wine and to experience what makes Napa and Sonoma Counties so special. Local wine from local people. The Blacksmith Grenache jumps from the glass with aromas of fig jam, raspberries, and baking spices. On the palate, this wine is layered with notes of black cherries, chocolate, and toasted oak with a silk texture and well-integrated tannins.
  • An integral part of Napa Valley history since 1881, Oakville Grocery remains a gathering place for friends to share the best in handcrafted, locally sourced food and wine and to experience what makes Napa and Sonoma Counties so special. Local wine from local people. The Gardener French Colombard from the Russian River Valley opens with enticing aromas of tangerine, green apple, and white peach. On the palate, this expressive wine is bursting with flavors of citrus, honeydew, and blanched almonds. This dry light-bodied wine will wake up your palate with bright acidity balanced with soft fruit notes.
  • An integral part of Napa Valley history since 1881, Oakville Grocery remains a gathering place for friends to share the best in handcrafted, locally sourced food and wine and to experience what makes Napa and Sonoma Counties so special. Local wine from local people. The Mercantile Zinfandel from Rockpile opens with aromas of black cherry, plum, and violets. On the palate, this is a full-bodied wine layered with notes of fig, black currant, and baking spices with well-integrated tannins and a long lingering finish.
  • An integral part of Napa Valley history since 1881, Oakville Grocery remains a gathering place for friends to share the best in handcrafted, locally sourced food and wine and to experience what makes Napa and Sonoma Counties so special. Local wine from local people. The Postmaster Sauvignon Blanc opens with a bouquet of aromas of lemongrass, grapefruit, and honeydew melon. On the palate this bright and expressive wine opens with flavors of guava, white peach, and fresh pinapple. Complex in the glass you experience fresh minerality balanced by tropical and stone fruit flavors and a crisp finish.