Tom Wark recently expressed some hope in his Fermentation Blog that Napa growers who, according to a Wines & Vines article, are going to be doing a lot of replanting in 2017, will replant their vineyards to more varietally diverse configurations. I hope so - I find Napa Cabernet Sauvignon to be getting to be really boring and I love to taste the minor varieties. But the pessimist in me does not think this will happen. Since 1994, tota, bearingl wine grape acreage in Napa ha
My son's preschool is having an auction to raise money. As much as I hate to bring in rival bidders, it's for a great cause, so I encourage you to check it out and bid on the many great gifts and surprisingly great selection of wines: Wine country's best deals on great #wine are a preschool auction, for real. Check it out: https://hcns.24fundraiser.com/e/site/store/122/items. Why should you bid? 1) We lost government funding during the Great Recession and this is one of the
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