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Letters

View from the Suburbs

Having been a longtime subscriber to your winery newsletter, I am struck by one overriding reality which seems to permeate your literature: there is very little about wine. Given this fact, how can you call this a winery newsletter?

Gwen R.
Walnut Creek

Wine is a metaphor for life. The Greeks and the Romans each devoted a God to this substance. After drinking Cameron wine it is our hope and belief that you will first enter a state of revelry and later become more adept philosophically. Our newsletters are a humble attempt to assist in that behavior. In fact, we believe that you will get more out of this newsletter by first opening a bottle of our wine (or at least something just as expensive) and sipping as you peruse the worthy literature contained herein.

Journey back in time with us and browse the last 20 or so years of mailers, newsletters, and video.

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Recent Newsletters

Vinfolk (2015)

On a sunlit day in September, the Cameron Winery Vinfolk gathered in our bucolic vineyard to share stories, break bread and explore the nuances of Pinot noir…

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Drop kick our vacation (2013)

Did you know that you can give us money? And then we can do whatever we want with it? Man, is this a great country, or what?!

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A Year in the Making (2012)

A Year in the Making is a Cameron Winery propaganda film that condenses 12 months in the Clos Electrique vineyard into 12 minutes. Produced by Jeremy Fenske and Elaine Skinner, it stars the grand crew and farm animals of vintage 2012.

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