Greg Greenwood, the Founder and CEO of Idella Wines was recently interviewed by Crazy Good Marketing about who Idella Wines is and why we are so unique amongst the sea of wines available out of California.
Leslie Jones, one of Greg’s friends from Colorado recently had the opportunity to visit Morton’s-The Steakhouse in New York City. Morton’s is the only restaurant in the U.S. that has the opportunity to serve Idella Wines which is otherwise exclusively sold direct-to-consumer. With Leslie is her good friend, Suzanne Levy and Michael Rains, Morton’s General […]
On April 11th & 12th, Idella Wines will be representing Idella Wines at the San Francisco Vintners Market. This will be our first public wine tasting and will feature our current releases. We are honored by this invitation. If you’re in the San Francisco area on these dates, be sure to come by and have […]
Idella Wines’ is very pleased to announce that we are now served at Morton’s Steakhouse, Park Ave, NYC. Our inaugural Pinot Noir, Syrah & Cabernet Sauvignon impressed Michael Rains and Chris Johns (General Manager and Wine Manager) and they have added our varieties to their prestigious wine list. Please enjoy Idella if you happen to […]
Lush strawberry fruit with ripe red cherry, watermelon and rhubarb, plus notes of wet clay, leather, cacao and grapefruit pith, notably on the finish, with just a hint of allspice. A sublime balance of well-integrated fruit and savory flavors — complex, yet easily approachable…
On September 25th, an interview with the founders of Idella was published on Wine Life Radio. Listen to the interview…
On Saturday, September 13th, for the first time, we released the vintages from 2010-2012 (except our Cab).
See a complete gallery of images from this wonderful evening filled with friends and fun.
We are excited here on the eve of our first ever vintage of Idella Wines! So, so much has happened since we embarked on our passion for wine-making. We grew our first grapes (Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon), we harvested, crushed, fermented and barreled them and then waited…and waited…and waited….