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A Winemaker's Passion | Kim Vance of Zoetic Wines

Guest blog courtesy of: Sarah Funky, www.sarahfunky.com

I’ve always admired what inspires others passions, especially something that they will drop everything for to accomplish. That’s Kim Vance; a winemaker extraordinaire who moved from Texas to California to produce her own wine from start to finish.

Boutique Hand-Crafted Wine: What Does That Really Mean?

Guest blog courtesy of Kate Boyle MacDonald, Winemaker, Boyle MacDonald Wines

I’ve often spent the day in the tasting room chatting with folks about ‘everything- wine’. I love talking about wine. And vines. And fruit. And the emotions invoked by smelling and tasting. And, well, like I said, ‘everything-wine’.

Bruised, But Not Broken: Now’s the Time to Visit Wine Country

 

One one thousand. In the same amount of time it took to read that sentence, flames from the devastating wildfires in Northern California spread hundreds of feet. It is almost impossible to fathom how quickly the fire advanced across one of the most iconic wine regions in the world, annihilating everything in its path.

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Cellar Angels Offers Sonoma-Cutrer® Pinot Noir for Online Thanksgiving Wine Event to Raise Funds for Charity

Cellar Angels Features Sonoma-Cutrer’s 2010 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 
 
CHICAGO and SONOMA VALLEY, Calif., Nov. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Cellar Angels announces today the selection of the Sonoma-Cutrer® 2010 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir for the wine company’s online Thanksgiving event. From now through Sunday, Nov. 10 at midnight, Cellar Angels will feature Sonoma-Cutrer’s famed 2010 Pinot Noir, which will be available at a reduced price, to raise money for an impressive list of charity partners. 
 

Demo: If The Wine Matters, So Does The Glass!

What many of you may not know is that the founders of Cellar Angels cut their teeth for seven years in a bricks 'n mortar business of wine retail. It was there they learned of the best small vineyards around the world and also the best stemware. They carried all the well known brands--Riedel, Spiegelau, Waterford, Schott Zwiesel and others over the years but one brand consistently and deservedly outsold all the others combined. One look at the video below and you'll see why.

How a 50 Year Dream Came True in Coombsville

By Guest Blogger, Paul Maroon
Owner, Maroon Vineyards 
 
“Years ago Joseph Phelps was a pioneer in [Coombsville] and discovered how wonderful the Cabernets were from this area.” –Paul Maroon, Owner, Maroon Vineyards 
 
After many years of dreaming about a life in Napa Valley, it finally came true for me in the year 2000 when we established Maroon Wines and Maroon Vineyards. 
 

How to bring Napa Valley to you

Unless you’ve attained independent wealth and the constraints of day-to-day responsibilities of career, children, meetings and financial obligations are no longer hijacking your time, the ability to travel to Napa Valley once per week and partake of the best wines from Cabernet to Pinot Noir, is nearly impossible. However, the desire to enjoy a weekly escapade of fine wine, exploration, luxury travel and sensational dining we hope never fades.

Napa Valley Then and Now

It has been more than 30 years since we first visited Napa Valley together, and it’s sometimes hard to believe how much it has changed since then. The quiet towns of yesteryear now thrive, packed with restaurants and wine-lovers; and the once-sparse landscape has given way to endless rows of vines and wineries. Tasting rooms didn’t exist during our early years of visiting, so wine producers would invite you to sit in their kitchen, on their porch, or in their farm offices while drinking their wine with them.

Napa Valley Wine Journey Continues | Hersly Wines

Guest blog by: Stacy Soberalski Hersly

“A first step, fueled by a passion and possibilities puts one on the path of adventure.” Words that we, Adam Hersly and Stacy Soberalski Hersly, live by!

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