sonoma coast

  1. Ross Cobb of Cobb Wines Proves That Harsh Weather Conditions Can Make Beautiful Pinot Noir

    Ross Cobb of Cobb Wines Proves That Harsh Weather Conditions Can Make Beautiful Pinot Noir

    "Wine is so cool, especially Pinot Noir that translates the climate, the vintage, the soil and the vineyard management into the wine." - Ross Cobb talks terroir
  2. Here’s a Mixed Case of Deliciousness, All Prices, All Kinds

    Here’s a Mixed Case of Deliciousness, All Prices, All Kinds

    To help with your entertaining, everyday casual dining, and gift-giving needs, here’s a list of 12 wines that we’ve especially enjoyed this year, along with some food-pairing suggestions.
  3. Vardo in the Vineyard: Romance, Uncertainty, and the Simple Life

    Vardo in the Vineyard: Romance, Uncertainty, and the Simple Life

    Certainly for me — and for many of my winemaking neighbors — a little romance has opened up a lot of possibilities. Embracing uncertainty has allowed me to celebrate unpredictability. Perhaps similarly, growers anticipate the weather each season.
  4. Vardo in the Vineyard: Dreams and Sacrifice, or "Making It" In Wine Country

    Vardo in the Vineyard: Dreams and Sacrifice, or "Making It" In Wine Country

    The cost of living in Sonoma is impossibly high. Many of my friends and colleagues, approach this problem by commuting, getting roommates, or beating a hasty path to the altar. My lifestyle solution was to live alone in an RV trailer, beholden to no one.
  5. Vardo In The Vineyard: Disaster Proof Living, or Insights from a Master Grower

    Vardo In The Vineyard: Disaster Proof Living, or Insights from a Master Grower

    Brown thumbs are downright shameful for someone working in the wine business: I sample the fruit, help crush it into must, and peddle the wine. So why can’t I seem to grow the stuff?
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