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2013 California Harvest Review
Vintners and growers throughout California reported another high quality and generous vintage in 2013. Following a warm and dry spring with near ideal conditions for bringing grapes to maturity, harvest was remarkably smooth and wineries are at capacity and working with some very high quality winegrapes. Reports by region.
Paso Robles - Try our 100 percent estate grown wines; blending the subtle differences of east and west side Paso Robles grapes. The wines are fruit forward with soft tannins and are a good value. Visit our country casual farm house.
Visit our west side Paso Robles winery amidst the vineyards and oaks. We produce Jersey Girl Syrah, a Bordeaux blend with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot & Petite Verdot fruit, a non-traditional Rhone blend with Syrah, Cabernet and Merlot and a 100% Syrah.
Wine Country Weddings
Enjoy the scenic vineyards on your special day by selecting a winery venue for your wedding. Here are a list of central coast wineries offering wedding services. View more...
Napa Valley's Northern Districts
Napa Valley is a diverse region of vineyards, wineries and geography and home to some of the most prestigious and oldest wineries in the state. This article reviews six districts starting with the well known AVA of Rutherford to the tiny Diamond Mountain AVA in the northeast... View more...
Father of California Wine
Father Junípero Serra planted California’s first sustainable vineyard at Mission San Juan Capistrano , and began the first winery in 1783. Father Serra founded nine missions with vineyards before he perished in 1784. This is why Father Serra is referred to as the “Father of California Wine” and the Mexican varietel he planted, came to be called the Mission grape and dominated California wine production until about 1880. View more...
The Hills & Dells of Santa Cruz & Santa Clara
Visitors to this region can enjoy many small family owned wineries and have a better chance to meet and talk with the winemakers than in other regions. On the west side, dense redwood forests overlook the Pacific Ocean, while the east side looks down upon Santa Clara and what is known as Silicon Valley. View more...
Taste of Pismo
Every year in April Pismo Beach hosts a weekend food, wine and music affair at the bluff-top Dinosaur Cave Park in Pismo Beach. Under the big tent just steps away from the beautiful Pacific local chefs and winemakers share their creations. It's where food and wine meet the surf! View more...