State of the Street

Fall as we like it

Lately things have seemed (almost) normal. Blue skies, warm days, cool nights, grapes picked and pressed – life seems idyllic; and it is (kinda). There is no rain in sight, high winds are occasionally forecast, and the pandemic has changed both our personal and business schedules. But life goes on, providing ample proof for the …

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Gourgeres

Beaujolais Nouveau Day, this year on Thursday, November 19th is a yearly event in France when the first wine of the season is made available. We at Taft Street are offering our rendition of a Pinot Noir Nouveau, made in the same manner as its Beaujolais counterpart. At the winery we will offer samples of …

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And On…

The strangest harvest in memory continued into September; but the lightning, fires heat and smoke appeared to be tapering off, and we were all looking for a quick ending to this very odd year. Then things turned really weird. Another record breaking heat wave visited California last week, bringing with it high winds, fires, unhealthy …

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TWILIGHT Zone CONTINUES

A significant uptick in Covid-19 cases in California has delayed the reopening of sections of the state’s economy. For the wine industry restaurant sales remain virtually nonexistent, and in Sonoma County Tasting Room activities are limited to reservation-only parties who must sit at socially distanced tables. This will undoubtedly change, but no one has been …

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Weirdness Reigns

In the cellar Melissa and crew continue doing their magic of the wines of 2019, bottling for clients, and starting preparations for this year’s harvest. It is still early and we have just gone through a brief hot spell, but vineyards look healthy and happy. The Tasting Room remains closed. A number of wineries in …

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