Carol Shelton Wines

Carol Shelton is widely cited as the most awarded winemaker in the United States. She has won countless medals for her wines and has been honored as Winemaker of the Year numerous times. After years of working with some of the industry’s top winemakers and wineries, Carol continues to win awards and accolades for premium Zinfandels produced under her own brand, Carol Shelton Wines.

Wine Appellation
Wild Thing Chardonnay Mendocino
Coquille Blanc Paso Robles
Rocky Reserve Zinfandel Dry Creek
Pinot Noir Mendocino County
Monga Zinfandel Cucamonga Valley
Wild Thing Zinfandel Mendocino County

Made with organic grapes.

Black Magic Late Harvest Mendocino County
Available in: Maine, New Hampshire
Grown: California, United States
Mendocino
The Mendocino County wine is an appellation that designates wine made from grapes grown mostly in Mendocino County, California. The region is part of the larger North Coast AVA and one of California's largest and most climatically diverse wine growing regions. Mendocino Wine Country begins about 90 miles north of San Francisco in the inland valleys of Mendocino County. Due to the varied terrain and expansive range of microclimates, Medocino is able to produce an impressive variety of grapes that create superior wines. Nearly 25% of the acreage in Mendocino County is grown organically. Mendocino is home to some of the country's foremost sparkling wine producers. Pinot Noir is also a big player in Mendocino, and enthusiasts will find much to celebrate in the area's growing number of "cult" Pinots.