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The Art of Pruning – Part 2

The art of pruning back a vine or a tree is all about finding the right balance for improving fruit quality and quantity. The first thing to understand is that only buds from last year will produce fruit this year. … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on Port (Part 2)

By Tim Wright As I alluded to in part one of this blog, my philosophy of wine tasting and wine discovery (wine appreciation, to coin a term) was heavily influenced by my being in the right place at the right … Continue reading

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A Harvest Update—Midway Through at the End of September

“How’s harvest going?” That’s the most common question I hear, whether it’s in the tasting room, or my mom bringing apple doughnuts to the crew. Generally, my answer is directly proportional to the number of hours I’ve spent at the … Continue reading

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Riesling Month

RIESLING….RIESLING….RIESLING! Paul just loves Riesling! (I love talking in the third person!)  But honestly, this is true. But for those of you who can’t believe it, let’s explain this with some of the superlative notions that I often expel in … Continue reading

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Burger and Wine – Which Pair for you?

With Open House coming up, and summer approaching, it makes me think about barbecuing, and one dish in particular: Burgers! With that in mind I rallied my fellow burger enthusiasts and arranged a burger/wine pairing evening. Everyone that was invited … Continue reading

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Open House, May 28-29

Our Annual Open House event is our thank you to all of our loyal customers and club members. This weekend also signifies the beginning of summer….the perfect time to start enjoying summer wines with BBQ and friends as the sun … Continue reading

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Introducing Zinfandel Rosé

We are excited to announce our first Zinfandel Rosé.  This being Ryan Wright’s inspiration, we turned to him to explain his thoughts behind the wine! I wanted to make a Dry Zinfandel Rosé because Dry Rosé is one of my … Continue reading

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