Stories about wine
The 45 vineyard acres Connor McMahon planted make distinct, flavorful wines under his Fulldraw label and for other winemakers to whom he sells fruit.
There has never been a more educated American wine consumer or winemaker. A lot of that is due to Charles Krug.
Features of the day include the polka Mass, traditional Slovenian food, beverages, baked goods, live entertainment and a chance to see the as-yet unopened Planinsek Slovenian Market Museum.
Geneva Winery has created a convivial space to share wines and food on a date night or with friends and family.
"All that maritime influence and cool breeze off the Bay – the fog – allows us to capture really vivid energy in the wines."
Trapped in the relentless tentacles of a historic global heatwave, farmers across the world are being forced to adjust.
Two winemakers capture the special nature of their vineyards.
Cabernet sauvignon is the king of grapes in California, and some of Napa and Sonoma Valley’s finest are highlighted this week.
From the northern reaches of Anderson Valley to the southern sites in Santa Barbara, it’s a golden age for incredible California pinot noir.
When COVID lockdowns hit, Amy Ezrin was able to collaborate with a colleague on Rosie Giovese, a boxed wine focused on sangiovese and trebbiano, which she said are “classic central Italian varieties.”
Millennials are more experimental when it comes to the flavor profiles of wine, opening more possibilities in the future.
It’s a stunning examination of the vineyards of Santa Rosa Road, the heart of the Sta. Rita Hills AVA.
The team that made Foxen into a force in pinot noir from the Santa Maria Valley is nearing the point where they turn the reins over to their children to shepherd the California winery into the future.
Quality wine at bargain prices has led to customers making multiple purchases by the case.
The origins of what I consider America’s best chardonnay were awesome.