Monthly Archives: September 2013

Winery Spotlight: Sojourn Cellars

Craig Haserot of Sojourn Cellars has been at the helm of this boutique producer, leading the charge to create an all-star lineup of Pinot Noir, Cabernet, and Chardonnay. His strong personality pairs well with his rabid enthusiasm for the wines he produces, which he holds in high esteem. His favorable impression of his product isn’t […]

Mark Herold Wines combine strength, tradition, and science

Certain winemakers are deserving of the “all star” status that’s bestowed upon them. Mark Herold is certainly one of them.  He’s a unique and respected character in the winemaking scene, with a big, stocky frame, and even larger personality. For two decades he has been masterfully crafting wines that routinely garner big scores and high […]

Grenache Day

The 4th Annual, Grenache Associations, International Grenache Day is today September 20th, 2013 According to the Grenache Association, Grenache is: Grenache is the most widely planted red grape in the world and responsible for the velvety, voluptuous mouthfeel that people love in wine; but it rarely gets the credit it deserves because it’s often used […]