Two pictures ought to do it; just another day at the office!
Wine talk that knows no boundry.
The First Official Ridge Vineyards Jimsomare Designation Virtual Vertical! August 7th, 8th, & 9th So, the Jimsomare Virtual Vertical is officially ON! With a few modifications … See below for the Problem/Solution Matrix: Problem: It’s been very difficult to… Read More ›
One of the most fascinating and excellent things about my job here is the opportunity to field stories from people who share their experiences with our wines. It never fails to amaze me the part RIDGE wines have played in people’s… Read More ›
Wow. I read quite a post over on 1 Wine Dude today. Joe Roberts, host of 1 wine Dude (a great blog, if you’ve not yet visited) writes about wine writer Anthony Dias Blue (described on his own website as… Read More ›
These are the moments I live for; at table with my beautiful wife and my wonderful parents, before an unimaginably fine spread of food, and a bottle of 1997 Monte Bello gently decanting. Truly magical, heart-warming, and soulful. Let’s begin with… Read More ›
It seems proper to me that I should continue our new feature with responses from the individual I probably work most closely with here at RIDGE, both literally and figuratively, Sara Teeter. She is our Hospitality Representative, and not only… Read More ›
Amy Monroe is a serious and well-educated wine drinker. And in addition to being an esteemed member of the Ridge Monte Bello staff, she also writes a column on wine for the San Francisco Bay Guardian. AND, without any provocation… Read More ›
Let me just give you a little context for this particular Monte Bello tasting. In 1977, women dressed like this: Men dressed like this: We listened to this: or this: This man was president: And this man: who would go… Read More ›
I’m very excited to be launching a new feature here on 4488: A Ridge Blog. I call it “The Official Ridge-Ite 20 Questions Questionnaire” and today is the day we debut the first installment! (Before doing so however, I need to… Read More ›