Archive for the ‘Grape Stomp’ Category

Have you ever thought to yourself, I wish I had a bottle of wine divided into four individually-sealed servings? Well here it is! STACKED Wines, based in Newport Beach, CA, has beautifully packaged  an entire bottle of wine into four shatterproof glass. They make Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, and Merlot, all from California-grown fruit. I just […]

I love it when magazines cover these sorts of things. Epicurious has found a wine they would recommend from every single state in the United States. Just because I think this is cool, doesn’t mean I’m exactly running to the store to buy some North Dakota mudwine. Time Magazine did the same thing a while back, but […]

Somehow I always find myself wandering through Paso Robles around the holidays. There are definitely worse places that I could find myself. With the luck of having a friend whose parents own a beautiful tucked away retreat in the hills of Paso Robles, I get to enjoy the city from time to time. And enjoying […]

The SF Gate had a great post by Jon Bonné about the entire process, from harvesting to fermentation to bottling, in two great California locations for intense reds: Mendocino and Sonoma counties. It’s a nice step by step to see the thought and care that goes into producing wine worth savoring with some pretty spectacular photos. […]