california wines for house wines

I work in a restaurant that only goes through one distributor for wines which is quality wines in minneapolis. I'm bummed because geyser peak and clos du bois wines used to be good house wines, but now are over produced and not very good. geyser peak savignon blanc used to bo a very good value every vintage,but now isn't very good, and clos du bois is the same. darryl groom at geyser peak and margarat davenport at clos du bois should be ashamed. the briarcrest and marlstone used to be good vineyard wines for single vineyard. why do these wineries just want to sell product and not make good wine?
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