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CATEGORY: Wine Reviews   |   DATE: November 10th, 2016
29 Wines I’m Thankful For and It’s Not the Reasons You Think Need a break from all the election madness? I think most of us can come together and agree that wine is something that brings people together. Whether it's sharing a special bottle on a Thanksgiving Day or just grabbing a glass of wine with your besty. I would like to take this time to thank wine.
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country   |   DATE: May 12th, 2016
img_1629-640x480 How to get your hands on Sonoma County's hottest wines. Watch Dan Kosta of Kosta Brown Winery and other winemakers explain what makes Sonoma so special.
CATEGORY: Travel & Lifestyle, Videos   |   DATE: February 3rd, 2016
Duskie Estes The Good Life Sonoma Chefs Make Food that Makes a Difference Farm-to-table phenomenons, Duskie Estes and John Stewart, first set up shop in Sonoma 15 years ago, long before snout-to- tail rolled off the tongue. In 2001, they opened ZAZU restaurant + farm, right in the heart of the cornucopia of California. Together these chefs turned farmers are
CATEGORY: Food & Wine Pairings   |   DATE: November 5th, 2015
Three Sticks Winery Pinot Noir Three Sticks Winery Meets The Plumed Horse By: Laura Ness Walking through the doors of The Plumed Horse, Saratoga’s only Michelin-starred restaurant transports you to a world apart. First, there’s the top-drawer service: an immediate greeting, polite, but friendly. Then, there’s the trippy underground wine storage cellar visible through a glass floor that will give
CATEGORY: News & Events   |   DATE: July 8th, 2015
Annual Wine Road Barrel Tasting Weekend Always a Blast Annual Wine Road Barrel Tasting Weekend Always a Blast: By Deb Robbins On a bright day in March my husband, Peter, and I headed up to the Russian River Valley for the 36th Annual Barrel Tasting Weekend(s). This annual event, coordinated by the Wine Road, offers the opportunity to taste barrel samples from over 100
CATEGORY: Cooking & Recipes   |   DATE: April 26th, 2015
frankie seagrove 3 I’ve been lucky enough to try both Toad Hollow Vineyards’ Risqué ($15.99) sparkling wine and the 2014 Toad Hollow Dry Rose of Pinot Noir ($11.99). I have to say tasting both of these affordable wines on a beautiful spring afternoon really made my day. While both are delicious enough to stand on their own a