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Wine - the bridge to togetherness Wine brings people together, it's a bridge that can unify us. Sit down with a glass of wine at a restaurant or bar and conversation is sure to blossom. We can talk about our love for wine, the history of wine in Europe and the US,...
Wine? It’ll be just fine! Sings its own song, presses its own company, especially that world class vino that makes that indelible mark on the soul. Its trademark position in our brains? “Sit back and relax now my self,”… or at least “you’d better enjoy this wine you paid good money for it.” lol
Rural Napa Valley: Country Roads, Nature and Vineyards The northern end of the Napa Valley is pretty rural! Most people think bougie glam when Napa comes to mind, but really, up here in Calistoga it's mostly country roads and nature. Vineyards of course are...
If grapevines could live anywhere?
Like dogs they’ll take to just about any dirt, but there is one essential component world class wines just can’t do without? Curious? We’ll explain….
This Spirits & Cocktails category of our blog is dedicated to exploring the vibrant new bar scene and renewed interest in fine spirits and cocktails. Subscribers will receive weekly fun infotainment, drink suggestions, bar reviews, and bar tender profiles. If you don’t have a favorite bartender, then maybe you need to… read more>
We initially tasted our first batch of Czech Pilsner from Mr. Beer after it had aged in the bottles in the fridge for only a week or so. It was mostly flat and had a light, slightly citrusy taste. We did not expect it to build any additional carbonation as the cold temp of the fridge would stall any remaining fermentation… read more>