To be engaged in the wine production endeavour is to live in many eras; to travel time with impunity, to traverse the Vonnegutian Timequake spectrum with full awareness of all that history has to, and will, offer. Viticulturist Will Thomas is one… Read More ›
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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 ›
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 ›
Simply can’t resist the temptation to share this; personally, I think it’s just brilliant, and one of the best, most relevant contemporary treatises on all things related to –pick your term(s) de riguer– “natural” winemaking; “non-interventionism”; “sustainability”; “minimum impact”; “biodynamism”;… Read More ›
Sailors and Stargazers have pondered its wonders & whereabouts, its meaning and mystery. Physicists and Philosophers, Mathmeticians and Moguls, all have sought the answer to its riddle. But none has sought harder than The Oenophile. Time and time again The… Read More ›
If you’re the sort (and I know you are!) who’d be interested in hearing David Gates (our truly wondrous vineyard manager) discussing beneficial insects while traipsing through our rather lovely Geyserville vineyards, then this is just the video for you!