Monthly Archives: June 2010

Tasting with Karen MacNeil: Part 2, The Wines

Overall, a great day for Napa Cabernet Franc: gorgeous red fruit, lovely supple textures, balance, and no green-ness in sight. Continue reading

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Bitten by a Bourriquot: How I became the accidental vintner

Be careful what you taste, it could change your life! Continue reading

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Tasting with Karen MacNeil, Part 1

Fascinated with Cabernet Franc, I wanted to try every similar wine produced in the area, with the people who made them. So, I called them all up! Gratefully, Karen MacNeil offered her tasting room. Continue reading

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Produced, or Cellared by?

We’ve been working a long time on our wine, but what to print before our name on the back label never entered my mind until I was confronted with the unexpected question. Continue reading

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Buckle up…

Two wine experts (a real one, in winemaking, and me, in business), partner on a road less traveled to create elegant wines from the ‘right bank’ of Napa Valley. Continue reading

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