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Vegan Wines From Clavey Now Sold At Costco, Nugget Markets

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Clavey Vineyards & Winery has expanded for purchase at 22 locations throughout California, including a select number of Costco and Nugget Markets.

The company’s products are now being sold at the Nugget Market at 771 Pleasant Grove Boulevard in Roseville, California, as well as three Costcos: 1600 Expo Parkway, Sacramento, California; 6750 Stanford Ranch Road, Rocklin, California; and 1800 Cavitt Drive, Folsom, California.

Clavey vegan winesNamed Best Wines of 2019 by Sunset Magazine, Clavey Vineyard & Winery, which is based in Nevada City, California, has won 16 awards in 2019, including top placements in Wine Enthusiast, Jefferson Cup and the San Francisco Chronicles wine competition. 

“My wife Summer and I are excited to bring our boutique winery to more and more stores in California just in time for the holiday season,” says Executive Winemaker Josh Orman. “We are very proud that our family-owned winery is putting the Sierra Foothill appellation on the wine map.” 

From the Sierra Foothills in Northern California, Clavey specializes in unfiltered and unfined wines and its wines are Certified Vegan. The company has a growing portfolio of award-winning wines and says that its eco-friendly wines are ideal for environmentally-conscious wine consumers, as well as those who have dietary restrictions.

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