Guest blog post by Chelli Warnock of Webster Cellars.
wine and charity
Guest blog by Winemaker Joe Cafaro of Cafaro Cellars
This will mark the twenty-first year for Cafaro Cellars, established 1986. It hardly seems possible to me. In 1996 my wife Libby and I had just acquired our own vineyard, and the oldest of our three children was just entering high school. It was a landmark year.
Welcome to Long Meadow Ranch. We produce and purvey our wines and food from three locations in the Napa Valley: our 650-acre home ranch, which we call the Mayacamas Estate; our 90-acreRutherford Estate in the heart of the Rutherford AVA, which includes vineyards and production vegetable gardens; and our three-acre destination location in St.
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.
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.
Guest Blog by: Kit Gilbert, Vice President of Hospitality & Membership ~ The Good Life Wine Collective
Guest Blog by Page Wine Cellars
Blog provided by Sullivan Vineyards
For Jim and JoAnna Sullivan, it began with a seemingly simple gift on their wedding day. An arbor of grape vine cuttings from JoAnna’s Uncle Charlie. Uncle Charlie couldn’t possibly have known what his gift would become.