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Harvest #40

In these first days of September the weather remains (too) dry, the skies are (sorta) blue, and our 40th harvest is in full swing. Unlike recent years, the wildfires that have plagued our state are for the most part not affecting wine growing areas. Though it appears the harvest will not be huge, grape quality …

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Hurry Up and Wait

After a surprisingly mild July (which followed a torrid June), we are exercising an abundance of cautious optimism about our upcoming 40th harvest. Water is a major problem, as is the threat of another heat spike or two. And then there is the fire season. But this is California…we’ll keep you posted.  The vineyards look good …

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We are recovering from a very busy Memorial Day weekend in the Russian River Valley, when people took advantage of warm weather, vaccinations, and a need to enjoy and reserved all our spaces for the weekend. With the state of California easing restrictions even further starting June 15th, we expect attendance to maintain at a …


Let the good times roll (Again)

The skies are blue, our Tasting Room is booked solid on weekends, and all our cellar workers and office staff have received their Covid-19 vaccinations. Life doesn’t get much better these days. In the cellar, bottling for clients, contracting grapes for this year’s harvest, and making selections for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir blends are keeping …

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