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The Gift that Keeps on Giving

November 30, 2016

  If you’re goal-oriented like me then you accomplished the following in the past week or so: you had a pretty wonderful Thanksgiving filled with great food, family and friends; you capitalized on a few Black Friday bargains; you also made sure not to miss one of the many Cyber Monday emails advertising discounted shoes, […]

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Wine Term Pronunciations

August 10, 2015

Even those in the wine industry are subject to the occasional mispronunciation when it comes to wine terminology. How could we not be when something that looks like it should be pronounced terror is actually pronounced teh-rwahr(terroir)? In any event, we’ve gathered some of the most tongue twisting words in the wine world to hopefully make […]

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Brut Rose Vertical

November 27, 2013

Just in time for the holiday season, we are offering a vertical package of one of our most popular sparkling wines, Laetitia Brut Rosé.  This wine is known for its persistent bubbles and lively Chardonnay, blended with a lesser percentage of barrel-aged Pinot Noir.  Typical characters of this dry-style wine are citrus blossom, lightly robed […]

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Interview with the Sparkling Winemaker-Dave Hickey

May 2, 2012

This week we managed to steal a bit of Sparkling Winemaker, Dave Hickey’s, time to ask a couple questions.  Here’s what we found out:   What did you before working in the wine industry? For many years I was involved in commercial and industrial construction as an Inside Journeyman Wireman (electrician). For about 3 years […]

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Brut de Blancs & Reserve Pinot Noir feat. in SLO’s New Times!

February 28, 2012

In the February 23-March 1 2012 issue of San Luis Obispo’s New Times our 2008 Laetitia Brut de Blancs and 2010 Laetitia Reserve du Domaine Pinot Noir were featured as “Kathy’s Picks.” Kathy Marcks Hardesty has been writing about the Central Coast wine and food scene since 1996 and has had her work appear in […]

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Wine Lingo-Part II

February 23, 2012

This blog is intended to break down all of the “wine lingo” we hear spouted off in tasting rooms, at restaurants, wine bars, regular bars and at parties.  What does it all mean and why in the world is it so confusing?  Be in the dark no more, here’s what the winos are trying to […]

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SF International Wine Comp-Label Design Competition

November 1, 2011

A few months back, we submitted our new Laetitia Brut Cuvée & Laetitia Brut Rosé labels to the San Francisco International Wine Comp-Label Design Competition.  We just got the results back and are so pleased!  Our Brut Rosé scored a Silver Medal, while our Brut Cuvée earned a Bronze Medal for it’s design. We released […]

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Harvest at Laetitia Vineyard & Winery has BEGUN!!

August 19, 2011

It’s that time of year again!  Harvest has officially begun and we have started harvesting our delicious estate fruit to make our award-winning Méthode Champenoise Sparkling Wines.  On Saturday, August 20th we would like to invite you out to get in the coquard presses and stomp grapes with us!  The stomping will take place from […]

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