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    Throw Back Thursday for me: Women for WineSense

    … On the evening of September 11, 2014, a panel of wine industry trailblazers, including Amelia Morán Ceja, the first Mexican-American woman ever to be elected president of a winery; Herta Peju, co-founder of Peju Province Winery; and Delia Viader, owner and winemaker of Viader, will speak at "Women in Wine" to be held by the Napa|Sonoma chapter…

    5 readers - By Wine Blog

    La Crema Winery Launches Virtual Vintner Experience

    …La Crema Winery launched Virtual Vintner™, a digital experience that engages consumers in an interactive program resulting in a unique, crowd-created La Crema wine. Affording participants an intimate and hands-on invitation behind the scenes of an artisan winery, Virtual Vintner™ provides an opportunity to embark on a “choose your own adventure…

    4 readers - By Wine Oh TV

    Sock It To Me!

    … Imagine drinking some of Napa’s best Cabernet Sauvignon without spending a small fortune. “Liar,” you say to me. Not so. Punch Vineyardsis a unique animal – they source their Cabernet from various vineyards from Napa, even Sonoma and elsewhere if need be, to craft an excellent wine without the overhead and costs of having…

    1 readers - By Boozehoundz

    Best of the West Sonoma County Wine: Where the Fog Doth Rest

    … Think of some of your favorite Pinot Noir producers from the Sonoma Coast: names like Littorai, Dumol, Failla, Flowers, Fort Ross, Hartford Court, MacPhail, Peay, Ramey and Siduri. Then add many that might be new, perhaps Alma Fria, Baker Lane, Ceritas, Freeman, Furthermore, Gros Venture and Soliste, and put them on a grassy tented knoll…

    1 readers - By Wine Oh TV

    Sonoma Begins With Keller Estate

    …For more than 20 years, on my way to visit family members in Petaluma and points west, I’ve seen the Keller Estate sign on Lakeville Highway. And for years my impression of the winery, based on nothing more than the … Continue reading…

    12 readers - By THE GRAPE BELT

    West of West “WOW” Wine Festival, Aug 1-3, 2014

    … Sonoma Coast Vintners is an association formed to highlight the distinguished wines crafted from grapes grown on the coastline of West Sonoma County. Tickets are now available for this special weekend at Sebastopol’s The Barlow offering both wine lovers and the wine trade an insider taste of some of the most acclaimed cool-climate Pinot Noir…

    3 readers - By Wine Oh TV

    William Knuttel Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2011

    … a mark for well over a decade before moving on Chalk Hill Winery, Dry Creek Vineyard and elsewhere. He has also served as consultant for brands in Napa and Sonoma. The winemaker’s latest offering in Pennsylvania, the William Knuttel Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2011, was made from grapes sourced from the Russian River Valley AVA in Sonoma County…

    8 readers - By Pennsylvania Vine Company

    Coppola Director’s Sonoma Chardonnay 2012

    …http://www.cheapwinefinder.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/coppola_directors_sonoma_chardonnay.m4a The Coppola Director’s Sonoma County Chardonnay 2012 is sourced from vineyards located in several of Sonoma’s 16 sub-AVA’s. There are two Director’s Chardonnay, this one, sourced from all over Sonoma County and another sourced from a single AVA…

    6 readers - By CHEAP WINE FINDER

    Gallo Family Laguna Vineyard Chardonnay 2009 (Sonoma) - Wine Review

    … River Valley, Sonoma County, California, USA (#544981) (XD) - $19.95 Tasting Note: Mango, melon and peach aromas from the cork. Heavily oaked with smoky aromas lead the way, followed by butter, and hints of apple. On the palate, it's medium-full bodied, dry, and concentrated with buttery oak, honeysuckle, spice and nutty flavours. Acids are still fresh. Slightly creamy texture, with a finish that is excellent in length and smooth. Enjoyed with Dungeness crab curry. Highly recommended. Score: 90 pts …

    7 readers - By Vintages Wine Picks & Reviews

    Arrowood: The Legend, the Winery

    … on the wines at his own winery. What began as varietal wines blended from grapes purchased all around Sonoma County evolved into many reserve and single vineyard bottlings as well. He found an area in the Russian River Valley – Saralee’s Vineyard – that produced lush, ripe fruit from Rhone varietals Viognier and Syrah. At a time when the concept…

    8 readers - By Wine Lines

    WBC 14: Best Wines

    … described in its tasting notes were all present along with a velvety crème anglaise finish. Winemaker Matt Dees should be proud. And I should find a patron of the arts just so I can afford it. 8. Ferrari-Carano Siena 2012, Sonoma County This sangiovese, malbec, cabernet sauvignon, and petit sirah blend didn’t rate as high with me as the other wines…

    15 readers - By Rebecca Gomez Farrell

    Sonoma Wine Country Weekend 2014

    … Sonoma Wine Country Weekend, August 29-31 is Sonoma County’s signature, and largest, charity event, bringing together over 200 of Sonoma’s top winemakers and growers, along with a collection of the area’s best chefs. Jointly produced by the Sonoma County Vintners and the Sonoma Valley Vintners & Growers Foundation, all proceeds benefit local…

    2 readers - By Wine Oh TV

    #SpainLove: Gloria Ferrer’s 22nd Annual Catalan Festival 07/19/14 & 07/20/2014

    … Annual Catalan Festival, happening this weekend in Sonoma, CA! Photo courtesy: Gloria Ferrer Vineyards & Caves Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards (WL, FB, Tw, YT), owned by the Ferrer family of tremendous Freixenet (WL, FB, Tw, P) Cava fame, is the first sparkling wine house in Carneros-Sonoma, as well as the first Catalan Cava house to found…

    5 readers - By Vinopanion

    Davis Bynum Wines

    … the empties (the neighbors are constantly baffled), and it was one busy week in the life of your humble correspondent. Time to get back on schedule with a pleasant pair from Sonoma. Davis Bynum was a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle in 1951 when he bought some Petite Sirah from Robert Mondavi. Twenty years later he would become well known…

    1 readers - By Ben Carter/ Benito's Wine Reviews
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