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Visit to Santa Barbara Vineyard in the Cuyama Valley

May 30, 2018

Every time I return to our Santa Barbara Vineyard, I am struck anew by how stunning it is. This happens even when I’ve been a way for only a few days. But my return last week was after an absence of seven months. I went up with Lino Bozzano, our vineyard manager. The vineyard was […]

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Introducing the 2011 NADIA Port

April 19, 2017

New Release! Thrilled to introduce our 2011 NADIA Port in the Tasting Room.  Eric LOVES making this extra-curricular wine. Okay, we admit it’s a bit like a vanity project, since our bottling is small: 211 cases. (This is about double what we usually release.) We’re also not known for our Port — an incentive for Eric to […]

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Pinot Versus Pinot

March 8, 2017

This past weekend marked the 17th Annual World of Pinot Noir Seminar at the Bacara Resort in Goleta. I remember hosting many internationally renowned Pinot Noir winemakers when the celebration was based at the Cliffs in Pismo Beach.  Our community would get together united in their love of this one grape varietal, extolling the virtues […]

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Guest Blog from Owner, Nadia Zilkha: An Industry that Gives Back

February 7, 2014

At Laetitia, we’re proud to be part of an industry that gives back. We enjoy participating in the Central Coast Wine Classic that raises money for the arts locally, but our auction never prepared me for the masterful fundraising displayed at the Naples Winter Wine Festival in Florida last month. A luxurious weekend affair, over […]

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Laetitia’s Annual National Sales Meeting

August 18, 2011

This week we have our yearly National Sales Meeting, with all of our brokers/salespersons from across the nation! It is so cool to see all of these ‘big’ personalities in one house and even cooler to hear about their markets and their approach to selling Laetitia/NADIA wines. We sure do cherish the time we get […]

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