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Guest Blog from VP Vineyard Ops, Lino Bozzano: When to Harvest

February 17, 2015

In the wine world we are constantly talking about the importance of viticulture. How the subtleties of soil, climate, canopy management, etc. effect the flavors and nuances of a wine. Somehow, by having the perfect climate and best viticulture practices we will make great wine. However, there is one key decision that needs to be […]

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February Feature Wine – 2008 Laetitia Brut Rose

February 5, 2013

It’s the month of love, and all things pink.  We couldn’t think of a better time to feature our love-colored sparkling wine – Laetitia Brut Rosé.  The most recent vintage of 2008 has received great accolades in the short few months since its release including; a Gold Medal from the San Francisco International Wine Competition, […]

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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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Wine Lingo-Part I

January 19, 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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It’s International Grenache Day!!

September 23, 2011

Today is International Grenache Day and we couldn’t be more excited!  What does that mean, you ask?  That means that Grenache growers & producers from all around the world raise their glasses of Grenache and toast to the wonderfully versatile grape! Factoids about Grenache: -Grenache is pronounced (gren-NAASH). -The top growing regions of Grenache are […]

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