Tag: Anderson Valley
Fog drapes itself along the hills and valley floor at Navarro Vineyards in Mendocino’s Anderson Valley. One of California’s under-appreciated
Exciting things are happening in Anderson Valley. Regular readers will know this thanks to my fairly comprehensive report on the
Hello and welcome to my weekly dig through the pile of wine samples that show up asking to be tasted.
Given all the fuss that has been made about Pinot Noir in the post-Sideways era, you would think that Mendocino’s
Hello, and welcome to my periodic dig through the samples pile. I’m pleased to bring you the latest installment of
Jason Drew is talking to me about ripeness. “It’s not easy to answer the question of what ripe tastes like,”
California Pinot Noir lovers take note. Wine lovers with a free weekend, listen up. It’s Spring, and the wine events
The wine regions of California are in various states of evolution when it comes to marketing themselves as a region.
With all the fanfare surrounding Cabernet and Pinot Noir coupled with the obsession this country seems to have with Chardonnay,