CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: April 15th, 2016   |   COMMENTS: Be the First
Looking Beyond the Label: A Sit Down with Sequoia Grove’s Molly Hill By: Laura Ness It’s long been said that shoppers choose wines primarily by label. Sometimes it’s the color scheme or imagery that paints a mood. The simplicity or ornateness of the typeface can signify down-home casual or upscale elegance. There’s a lot that
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: April 11th, 2016   |   COMMENTS: Be the First
6 Central Coast Wine Steals to Drink Up!
CATEGORY: News & Events   |   DATE: March 21st, 2016   |   COMMENTS: Be the First
Livermore wineries welcomed an enthusiastic crowd for barrel-tasting this past weekend. The scenery was spectacular, the hills as green as they will ever get and the vines are beginning to bud. Spring! Winemaker Aaron Luna at Fenestra was proudly sharing his 2014 Estate Grenache, Mourvedre and Syrah, each to be bottled separately in 100+ case
CATEGORY: News & Events   |   DATE: March 16th, 2016   |   COMMENTS: Be the First
It's time to head to Livermore Wine Country for barrel-tasting weekend, this Saturday and Sunday, March 19 and 20. The weather is looking awesome!
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: March 15th, 2016   |   COMMENTS: Be the First
An impressive collection of Santa Cruz Mountains wineries and winemakers filled The Press Club in San Francisco on March 7 to share their wines with members of the trade and assorted media. Spoiler alert: the biggest shocker of the day was seeing that Richard Alfaro, he of the towering frame and Sampson-like locks, had cut
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: February 24th, 2016   |   COMMENTS: Be the First
The Reign of Whites in Anderson Valley By: Laura Ness What’s the first thing that pops into your head when you see or hear “Anderson Valley?” Your answer could reveal a lot about how long you’ve been familiar with the region. If you said “Alsatian whites,” chances are, you’re an old timer, relatively speaking. Say