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Viticulture and Rain- An Intriguing Dialogue in California

July 11, 2017

It’s all about the rain! After recent downpours, I had assumed there’d be an abundance of fruit and vegetables in California. I live in New York now and was sure the torrents of rain had solved all the problems created by years of drought in California. But my daughter Daniela, who lives in San Francisco, […]

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Guest Blog from President & Winemaker, Eric Hickey: To punch or pump?

January 8, 2015

I am often asked “how do you get so much color  in your Pinot Noir?” As with all things wine, it begins in the vineyard. The techniques we employ with canopy management ensure that the grapes naturally produce a large amount of color compounds in the skins. Our job in the winery is to extract […]

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Interview with the Viticulturist-Dave Terry

August 27, 2012

Today we managed to snag a bit of time with Dave Terry, one Laetitia’s newest Viticulturists, to ask a couple questions.  Here’s what we found about the native New Mexican: Did you have any formal training, if so, where/what did you study? I completed graduate studies in Viticulture and Enology at CSU-Fresno.  Most of my […]

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