Wine up for the Weekends!

Line 39 Wine and the Great Outdoors

In California we’re pretty lucky; we’re home to the great outdoors and amazing wines—and Line 39 celebrates both! The 39th parallel runs right through the heart of California wine country and is the inspiration for Line 39. They got their start with Sauvignon Blanc grapes from Lake County, but their stellar reputation comes from their winemakers!

Spirited, creative, and totally into the outdoors, when Line 39’s winemakers aren't trekking, paddling, or grilling up a gourmet meal in the backyard, they’re creating award-winning red and white wines at affordable prices. Sunset hikes, beach picnics, full moon wanders, camping … your bonfire banter will go better with Line 39 wine!

Check out the collection of Line 39 wines! From authentic reds to vibrant whites, Line 39 has won Gold from the San Francisco International Wine Competition, not to mention 90 points and plenty of accolades from publications like Wine Enthusiast. Ready to pair Line 39 wine with your weekend?

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