Monthly Archives: July 2011

Poetry in a bottle part two

When we taste wine we use descriptor words to help us to describe what we are tasting or feeling.  Yes, I believe we can feel wine. Taste it and really feel the soil it might have been grown in, the … Continue reading

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Poetry in a bottle!

The reason why people say wine is “bottled poetry” is because there usually is a great story to tell during each special bottle. Reagrdless where you are enjoying a bottle either at home with your loved one or out with friends dining,  each bottle … Continue reading

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Quintessa Wines and Winery Visit

What a great winery and tasting experience. This is quintessential!  They know how to make you feel special and appreciated.  This really gave me a warm fuzzy feeling.    A very nice lady gave us a private tour and tasting. … Continue reading

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Miner Family Winery Visit

    Miner family winery is a dynamic family owned winery, founded in 1998 by Dave and Emily Miner. Breathtaking views of the hillside. The tasting room is quite small but enjoyable. Being a fan of the wines for many … Continue reading

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Black Stallion Winery Visit featuring Bucephalus 2006

How can you miss this great winery.  After being in the Valley several days and passing it so many times, we finally decided to stop in to check it out. Located on the grounds of a historic equestrian center, Black … Continue reading

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