Category Archives: Wine News

A Cabernet Franc Experience

It’s not often that consumers (or winemakers) get a chance to experience both vineyard and winemaking trials in a finished form for enjoyment. And certainly not at this level. But we at Madroña not only aim to educate, but we … Continue reading

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El Tinto—The Sustainability Wine, and So Much More!

One of the most “shocking” revelations our tasting room customers get is finding out that our little red table wine, El Tinto, takes the most time and effort to blend. In fact, the ability to make a great table wine … Continue reading

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Riesling Madroña Style

Arguably one of the most identifiable wines with Madroña is Riesling. Every restaurant serving Riesling in the area has our Riesling. When we pour at tastings in San Francisco, consumers (and other wineries) know of our Riesling. However with Riesling … Continue reading

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Riesling–A Quick Overview

When my parents were originally choosing varieties to plant back in 1972, the decisions weren’t quite as terroir-driven as they are today. For one thing, our family was one of the early pioneers of grape-growing at high elevations in California … Continue reading

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