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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.
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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.
Santa Barbara Celebration of Harvest
The annual Celebration of Harvest is held in October each year, when Santa Barbara vintners are in the thick of the winegrape harvest and the winery staff takes a needed break to showcase their latest wines, many newly bottled! View more...
French Go Naked
On October 3, 2009 more than 700 French men and women took it all off in a vineyard in Burgundy to draw attention to how global warming will effect the French wine industry. The event was organized by View more...
Paso Rhone Wine Producers
Paso Robles has been growing wine grapes for decades yet it is only since the early 1990’s that Rhone grape varieties have been cultivated. The region has a similar geography and climate to the Rhone River Valley in France. View more...
Sustainability in Practice
We are the Central Coast Vineyard Team, a network of 300 local farmers, working on resource conservation for 15 years. We're highlighting the growers who have taken this commitment one step further by investing in sustainable vineyard certification. Here is our story...
Napa Valley Vineyards
Napa Valley is approximately 35 miles long and one to five miles wide. It’s snug between the Mayacamas and Vaca mountains in northern California and claims some of the most expensive agricultural land in the world. The convergence of the right soils, climate, elevation, and skills of the grape grower and winemaker, make Napa Valley one of the most revered wine appellations in North American. View more...