About Us

Dustin Jones, brings a vast knowledge and contagious enthusiasm for food & wine education to Truly Fine Wine.


  • Certified Sommelier with Court of Master Sommeliers
  • Wine Director and Sommelier at Four and Five Diamond Hotel properties.
  • Lead Wine and Spirits Instructor at Scottsdale’s Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute.
  • Dustin has worked in high level fine dining in some of San Diegos finest restaurants, including Tapenade and The Sky Room.

Truly Fine Wine is a direct importer and wholesaler of limited production German wines. Our wines are among some of the most select wines available on the market today. We seek exceptional quality German wines, particularly esoteric Riesling, Pinot Noir and high-end dessert wines. Our love for wines has always revolved around those shaped by centuries-old, hands-on production methods. Our wines are all crafted in small quantities by amazing vintners, who are extremely close to nature. They are a dynamic group recognized by the VDP, the Rheingau Charta Association, the DLG, Gault Millau, Eichelmann, and many others. 

Published on April 20, 2008 at 10:12 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Hey! It looks great! Keep up the good work! I just had a great, domestic, dry riesling from the Santa Ynez Valley paired with a lobster and beat salad! YUMMO!

  2. Congrats on creating this great site. My wife and I fell in love with Riesling’s when we visited Santa Barbara about 6 years back. Coming from India which didn’t have a developed wine market or culture, this was the first time we tasted Rieslings and Guwerztraminers. One may find it hard to believe but these ‘lighter’ wines do pair up pretty well with certain Indian foods such as paneers and the more richer gravies. I for one am also interested in contrasting tastes and don’t mind pairing it up with tandoors and some curries too 🙂

    More recently, there has been a virtual boom in the Indian wine industry and there are plenty of local and foreign wines available – mostly french and Napa wines though. I was wondering if the Riesling grapes will adapt to Indian conditions and grow well here so that one can try and make local wines using this grape? I have a bit of land where I am keen to experiment on this. Do you know any experts or consultants I can contact and potentially work with on this? Write to me at arunkotagiri@yahoo.com if you can help me.

    And I will keep coming back here to learn more. Good luck.

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