Peter Mondavi, Sr.’s Celebration of the Century I have had the great pleasure of meeting Peter Mondavi, Sr. several times. The first was at the Morton’s Mondavi Make a Wish Dinner back in 2010. I have had the honor of interviewing Peter Mondavi, Sr. every year since. In 2011, 2012, and 2013 Peter Mondavi, Sr.
CATEGORY: Wine Country | DATE: November 7th, 2014
Eastside Paso Robles Oasis: Bianchi Winery By: Laura Ness You may have noticed that Paso Robles has gotten quite a lot of press lately for its 11 new sub-AVAs being approved after ten tough years of wrangling. During that time, the number of wineries has grown to over 300, which means that visiting Paso Robles
CATEGORY: Wine Country | DATE: October 9th, 2014
Napa, CA (October 9, 2014) – The 2014 Napa Valley wine grape harvest, the earliest since 2004, will wrap up next week, five to seven days earlier than previous years, according to Napa Valley Grapegrowers (NVG), who live-streamed its annual Harvest Press Conference, Thursday, October 9, from Moulds Family Vineyard. Although the growing season provided
Study Claims Rising Temperatures Tainting Wine: Is it True? Is climate change ruining wine corks? A recent study says yes. What do industry insiders think? Climate change has the wine closure conversation heating up. In this video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani talks with the largest cork producer in Portugal and other wine cork experts
CATEGORY: Wine Country | DATE: September 2nd, 2014
Originally meant as a way to bring the public to the handful of wineries that existed in Livermore 33 years ago, the annual Livermore Harvest Wine Festival has undergone changes almost yearly. For 2014, it was reduced to a single day, and the buses were eliminated. This certainly reduced the giant hordes of people walking
CATEGORY: Wine Country | DATE: August 27th, 2014
Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail: A Sip of History by Laura Ness The Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail is officially open for business and you’re invited to explore it any time you are in need of some fine wine, poured in unpretentious settings, often by humble winemakers who still believe in doing things by hand.