B.R. Cohn - Caraccioli Cellars is another one of the best Monterey wineries to visit. Quality over quantity is the motto at Caraccioli. You'll find meticulously cared for grapes (hand-picked and placed in small totes to avoid any stress, premature crushing) that become bold flavors for their Estate wines and Bruts.
Chateau St. Jean - There is a lot of love that goes into producing a bottle of Carmel Ridge wine. Going back to traditional techniques, grapes are hand-harvested for a small lot production and wine is aged in French oak barrels without the use of mechanical pumps. Their enticing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, and Red Blend varietals are what make Carmel Ridge a wine lover's destination spot. The intimate tasting room is located on the iconic Cannery Row and features wine tasting with added gift shop offering gourmet specialties like artisan olive oils and different varieties of vinegar.
Kunde - This is one of the best Monterey wineries for visitors who love old world wines. It's like you can take your palate on a trip to Europe without leaving Monterey. What a great way to save on airfare.