For More Information

This is where you’ll find links to various sources of historical information that we’ve found or have been told about. Feel free to forward any interesting links for us to include. Enjoy!

The city of Rancho Cucamonga has a rich collection on their grapegrowing and winemaking past. Below is a link to the oral histories of people such as Fillipi and Galleano. Check out the photos and labels as well.

Cal Poly Pomona has a Wine and Wine Industry section in their Special Collections Library. Besides the grape and winery labels, there are the papers of Robert Lawrence Balzar and the history of winemaking clubs. Perhaps the Cellarmasters archive will be deposited here someday.

3 Responses to 'For More Information'

  1. Gregg Ogorzelec says:

    Hey Renee,

    I can put a link or the info on our Home Page of the website and then shoot it up on our FB page. That will get the most visibility. Why don’t you send me all the info that you want published.

    Thanks for reaching out.

    Gregg Ogorzelec

  2. Ben says:

    If I was entering a kit wine that was a blend of 4 types of grapes would
    I need to write them all on my entry form? It is a Wine expert kit called Mosaic Red

    • Gregg Ogorzelec says:

      Ben, It’s good for the judges to know what grapes are in the wine but it’s not necessary.

      Thanks for entering,


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