Rhone Rangers

    Bill Frick: The One Man Band

    … in this beautiful spot, a quiet tucked away hillside in the Dry Creek Valley that exists one of my newly found favorite Rhone Zone locations. Here you'll will find all things Rhone, from the grapes growing on the roller coaster slopes of this property to the flavors of the wines themselves that transport to the Southern Rhone Valley of France. I've been…

    2 readers - By Cuvée Corner Wine Blog

    Q&A – Chris Cameron of Broken Earth Winery, Part 2

    … be doing? Chris: In all my years making wine, surprisingly, you are only the second person to ask me that question. I will give you the same answer…..I have never really thought about it. Matt: Favorite local wine event? Chris: Rhone Rangers Signature Event Matt: Favorite non-local wine event? Chris: Vinitaly in Verona Matt: How would you describe…

    4 readers - By Hoot n Annie

    Kaena & Beckmen: One winemaker, two stories

    …After #GoingRogue with Tercero, it was time to meander down the road a bit to Beckmen Vineyards, were the #QBP had a barrel tasting arranged with Keana and Beckman winemaker, Mikel Sigouin. I first met Mikel last year at Rhone Rangers in San Francisco, and when I mentioned that some wine bloggers were going to be in his neighborhood, he eagerly…

    3 readers - By Luscious Lushes

    #WBC14 Paso Robles Excursion: Tablas Creek Vineyard

    …One of my favorite experiences of participating in the Wine Bloggers Conference Paso Robles Pre-Excursion was our visit to Rhone Ranger favorite, Tablas Creek Vineyard. Although Gary Eberle of Eberle Winery was the first to plant Rhone varieties in Paso, Tablas Creek was the first to make their Rhone styled wine commercially viable in the Paso…

    6 readers - By WineCompass