I wrote in my previous post of a grape’s journey from truck to tank, load-in to landscape, the process by which grapes, via their arrival to the winery, eventually begin to become wine. But the journey is of course a much… Read More ›
All things to do with the history of Ridge Vineyards.
With today’s post, we conclude our very special ten-question series with Paul Draper, and we’re going out with a bang; the final two questions in one post! Thanks so much to all who’ve been following along, and especially to those… Read More ›
We’re coming to the finish line of our special ten-question series with Paul Draper; only three more Q & A’s to go, with Number Eight dropping today! Enjoy, and please keep your questions coming, we look very forward to posting a reader-led… Read More ›
The second week of our special ten-question series with Paul Draper continues today with question #7! 7- Jancis Robinson has compared Monte Bello Chardonnay to a Grand Cru Burgundy. Were you inspired by the great wines of Burgundy when made your Chardonnay? That is very kind… Read More ›
We begin the second-half of our special ten-question series with Paul Draper today, please enjoy! (And by the way, thanks to everyone who has been sending in their own questions, we look very forward to presenting a reader-initiated Q & A series soon;… Read More ›
Greetings all, This is an open invitation to all who write wine blogs, and/or food blogs (or any other blog, really, providing you can essay me into believing that your presence makes sense! For example, if you happen to write… Read More ›
The question seems almost inevitable, and today Paul addresses it; the question of alcohol levels in zinfandel. Enjoy Q & A # 5 in our special ten-question series with Paul Draper! 5- Your Zinfandel based wines such as Geyserville and Lytton Springs have… Read More ›