Please join us as we continue on with our special ten-question series with Paul Draper; here is Q & A Number Three! 3- In recent years we’ve seen several new cult wines from California, most of them more expensive than a Bordeaux… Read More ›
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It’s exactly one month until Cabernet Day. That is to say, #CabernetDay! The second annual. It’s an international phenomenon, a worldwide celebration of all things Cabernet, taking place across all social media platforms. In Bangladesh? Join in! Buenos Aires? Can’t… Read More ›
Have you been to our Monte Bello tasting room? It’s right here … (Special thanks to Monte Bello viticulturist Kyle Theriot, for once again sharing such amazing images!)
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 ›
Not sure if you can tell from my rickety-raggedy ‘ol 8mm B & W, but it’s a BEAUTIFUL day on the mountain! p.s. did you spot the clue that exposes my grift?