Our Member Partners of Knights of the Vine are typically companies in the wine trade who are members of one of the KOV Chapters. A partner could be a grower, a winemaker, or a distributor. If you would like to be a KOV Partner, fill out the Contact form and we will get in touch. Members – Please patronize our KOV partners and boost them on social media: Baker Family Wines, Bogle Vineyards, Casque Wines, Ciotti Cellars, and Rancho Roble Vineyards.
Dusty Baker, owner of Baker Family Wines in Sacramento, began his winemaking career cultivating grape vines in his back yard. His home vineyard produced wines to give away as gifts to friends and family. When these friends and family repeatedly exclaimed about the quality of his product, he decided to go professional. In 2013, Dusty and Master Commander of the Chancellery Chapter launched B and B Wine Company LLC. Chik is a veteran winemaker and is now retired from the world renowned Teaching and Research winery at the University of California at Davis.
Baker Family Wines specializes in handcrafted and limited productions, all produced from grapes harvested in Northern California vineyards. Their wines represent the many micro-climates within the region, creating a truly one-of-a-kind product. Come by and enjoy wines by the glass or purchase a bottle or two to take home.
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Warren Bogle is a long-standing member of the Chancellery Chapter of KOV. The Bogle family has deep roots in the Sacramento area. For over 50 years, they have been producing fine wines using the most sound environmental practices. In fact, the Bogle Winery was awarded the 2018 Green Medal Leader Award, given to vineyards that adhere to green, socially equitable, and economically viable practices. Visit their website to learn more about how they achieved this status and when to stop by to taste their wines. Boglewinery.com.
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Casque Wines of Loomis began in November of 2011, and two years later opened up its tasting room at the Flower Farm on Auburn Folsom Road. The interesting story about how the Stevensons, who are members of the Chancellery Chapter of KOV, began their wine career, and about the logo they designed can be found on their About page of their website at Casquewines.com. The About page also lists the Casque Wines rewards and ratings. Get to know Casque Wines!
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Ciotti Cellars is a small production winery located in Placer County on the Placer Wine Trail, with a welcoming sprit and a relaxing outdoor patio area for gatherings. Generation after generation of winemakers have been born in the Ciotti family. As young boys, Giuseppe and Archangelo Ciotti heard stories of how their grandfather sailed here from Italy, stowed away in a wine barrel, to begin a new life in America. As young men they, watched their grandfather, father and uncles make handcrafted wines as a part of their culture and heritage.
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Rancho Roble Vineyards is another hidden gem on the Placer Wine Trail. The Hazen family, long-time fans of the Barbara wines, took ownership in 2017 and began producing their favorite Barbara wines with names like “The Friendship” and “The Adventure” along with several other varieties. The property’s lovely setting is highly sought-after for special events and hosts many weddings throughout the year. Open to visitors on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (check the website for hours).
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