A bottle of SIMI Winery The Editor's Collection Cabernet Sauvignon with a wine glass next to it.


Limited Edition 2018 SIMI Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon. Notes of dark fruit, silky smooth tannins, and a velvety finish that pair so well with those #instaworthy charcuterie boards, shameless pizza selfies, and chocolate-covered romance novels dripping in drama.

A woman pours a wine glass full of SIMI Winery The Editor's Collection Chardonnay.


Limited Edition 2019 SIMI Sonoma County Chardonnay. Notes of pear and tropical fruit, crisp acidity, and gentle oak spice that give way to a creamy finish. Non-fiction, this wine is a seasonal staple for all you lovers of apple everything and pumpkin-spiced you-name-it. 

A bottle of SIMI Winery The Editor's Collection Rose sits on a white table with a full wine glass.


Our Rosé pairs well with a fun, easy read on the couch or in the sun. Flavors of strawberry, citrus, and white peach burst on the palate, all rounded out with a kiss of watermelon. 

Reese Witherspoon smiling between tall stacks of books.


I began Reese’s Book Club to elevate women’s stories and to connect with readers and friends like you. And what better way to celebrate these women – and connect with each other – than over a great glass of wine.

Today, it brings me so much joy to share The Editor’s Collection, our collaboration with SIMI Winery, with you.

Inspired by the legacy of their female founder, Isabelle Simi, and perfect for pairing with your next read, it’s our way of inviting you to sip away as you dive into your next great story!

Isabelle Simi, matriarch of SIMI Winery since 1904.


Hard work and persistence have been a way of life for SIMI since 1876. We attribute our mindset and success to Isabelle Simi, who steered our winery with defiant determination for over 70 years, through trial and tribulation, persevering to better every last drop.

In fact, in 1920, when the government threw down a deadly blow, in the form of Prohibition, she didn’t give up. She rolled up her sleeves and applied her wit. She held strong. And came out even stronger in the end.