Tag: winery

Vinography Images: Ready and Waiting

A tank room stands clean, ready, and waiting for grapes. Across northern California, many producers are waiting with bated breath

Vinography Images: Parts & Tools

The parts and tools board at Château d’Or et de Gueles in Costieres de Nimes, France. The tools of winemaking

Vinography Images: The Work Ahead

Tartrates and other fermentation residues line the insides of a tank at Fitapreta Vinhos int the Alentejo region of Portugal,

Vinography Images: Light and Shadow

Sunlight illuminates the edges of new oak barrels as shadows fill the rest of the cellar at Dalla Valle Vineyards

Musings on Vanity Wineries

There aren’t a lot of pejorative terms in the world of wine, but I’ve heard the term “Vanity Winery” more

California’s Best Boutique Wines: Tasting Family Winemakers 2009

For those unfamiliar, Family Winemakers is a marketing association that represents family owned wineries throughout California. By virtue of its

Wine and Architecture

Wine and architecture have a long history together. If architecture is frozen music, then wine is liquid weather. Each transmutes

Vinography Images: Bernardus

Bernardus This image was taken high in the Carmel Valley, to the south of Monterey California, on the property of

Cadaretta Winery, Walla Walla, WA: Current Releases

I make it my habit to pay attention to new, small wineries. Generally that means seeking them out at public