Dancing Coyote Wines

(800) 958-8524 3125 E Orange St
Acampo, CA 95220
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Dancing Coyote is a family run, owned and operated vineyard located in a beautiful stretch of land in California’s Clarksburg appellation. We’ve been farming in the Delta region along the Sacramento River for five generations. These days we keep busy nurturing over 600 acres of exquisite wine grapes in the ideal climate and soil of the Sacramento Valley. Our family’s devotion to producing wines of exceptional quality and character is unwavering. So, it’s no surprise we are involved in the winemaking process every step of the way. From the growing and harvesting of our grapes at the peak of their flavor, to crushing, aging and handcrafting the final product. In short, winemaking is our family’s greatest passion, so it goes without saying that we’re in it for the long haul. – Description from Dancing Coyote Wines

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  • Albariño

    History of the grape: Legend has it that Cluny monks from Burgundy brought the parentage of the grape, either Rieslin...

  • Chenin Blanc

    History of the grape: Modern day French oenologist Pierre Galet states Chenin Blanc has been in France at least since...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Petite Sirah

    History of the grape: Petite Syrah is often confused with its parent grape, Syrah, but it has been identified as a se...

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  • Dancing Coyote Chardonnay 2007


    Wow - I actually like this one. Better than any other Chard I've ever tasted. Stainless steel barrels instead of oak makes a huge difference. No mildew aroma either. Read More

    Wine review by StukNlodi

  • Welcome.  Nice to have a voice from California wine country outside the Napa/Sonoma corridor.  Please share your adventures.  I'm a big fan of Dancing Coyote in Clarksburg--the wines are good, the prices really reasonable, and they use grapes that are a little outside the California mainstream, like Albarino.  I also really like the wines of Eas... Read More

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  • Hello,I have enjoyed wine for many years casually, but I now want to take it up a notch with and improve my palette and knowledge of wine. I enjoy wine tasting in the Sacramento region of California and prefer red wines, but whites are good too in the summer. Unfortunately I don't have very many friends who share my enthusiasm with wine, but I h... Read More

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  • Gruner Veltliner, arguably the original hipster wine, has grown up and become a standard in the classical pantheon of top white wines. Along the way it was revealed that in Austria, Gruner is often a simple table wine, served in crown-capped liter bottles and not the subject of fawning terms of endearment. Yes, Gruner Veltliner is capable of rem... Read More

    From the article Gruner Around the Globe

  • Dancing Coyote Gruner Veltliner 2010


    Peppery and a little green on the nose though there is a little over-ripeness here with honied and cooked fruit aromas of peach and white cherry thats a bit waxy. This enters the mouth with a nice level of richness and good, firm acids. There's plenty of fruit here but it's much fresher than the nose would indicate. There's a light grassy note h... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Dancing Coyote Gewurztraminer Clarksburg California 2010


    A nice one. Not so dry but only slightly sweet. Fragrant floral nose (I dunno about 'rose petals' but is fragrant). If you like German style wines, you'll like this. Read More

    Wine review by StukNlodi

  • Dancing Coyote Moscato Clarksburg 2011


    Yum! Light, crisp, mild pear notes. Not super sweet. No sparkle like most true moscato wines, but delightful just the same. If looking for a light sweet table wine, try this one. Read More

    Wine review by StukNlodi

  • Dancing Coyote Moscato Clarksburg 2010


    Oh yah! Closer to late harvest without syrup density; dessert type moscato. Full of peach flavor & bouquet. D-licious. Try it at cellar temp as well as ice cold. Yum. Read More

    Wine review by StukNlodi

  • I noticed that OutThere purchased seven bottles of a particular wine at $14 and it occurred to me that it was a $100 purchase, and enough to last about a week.  So I got curious, and mentioned in the thread that it would be interesting to know how much per week people spent.  Well, Emark has better records and more time on his hands than I do, a... Read More

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  • One thing you learn quickly when you get to taste as many wines as I do is that there is only a loose correlation between price and quality. Paying more for a wine certainly doesn’t guarantee a better wine, but when you move from one price point to another you can at least hope that the average score of the relative groups will justify the price... Read More

    From the article Pinot Grigio Under $15

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