Monthly Archives: April 2017

Welcome to Green Valley

Green Valley with vineyard picture

THE MOST DISTINCTIVE AVA OF THE NORTH COAST Green Valley is one of the smallest appellations in Sonoma County. It lies in the southwestern part of the Russian River Valley, bordered by the towns of Sebastopol, Forestville and Occidental. It is very tightly delineated, both geographically and climatically, and is the most consistent of any […]

The Highest Rated Wines of the Week from Saint Helena Winery

covered wine bottles with wine bottle and glass

Saint Helena was created to promote estate grown Cabernet Sauvignon that appeals to curious and cultured wine buyers looking beyond big wine brands for new discoveries.They make wines for people who collect and enjoy rare items for personal indulgence. This week we had the pleasure of tasting through their lineup of cabernets. And our tasting panel […]

A Meeting of Great Art & Wine

blue green and yellow art

Cenyth is a wine that represents the ‘second generations’ of two families coming together to showcase an artistic expression of the place they call home, Sonoma County. Hélène Seillan (daughter of the renowned Pierre Seillan, winemaker at Vérité, Anakota, Château Lassègue and Arcanum) creates the art inside the bottle while Julia Jackson created the art on the label. It […]

Perfect Wine Pairings: Easter Basket Edition

peep in wine glass

Easter is one of those holidays that can be tough to celebrate once you’re an official grown-up. But why should kids have all the fun? While you’re busy playing Easter bunny and filling up all those plastic eggs for Sunday, maybe it’s time to enjoy the perks of being an adult and pair those sweet confections […]

Behind the Label of Agnitio Wines

wine bottle with Agnitio label

Agnitio wines was a project started to pay tribute to the land and to honor the devoted teams of people who farm it. While in these winery spotlights we tend to to look at the talented winemakers and founders that produce our favorite wines, today we are taking you to where it all begins, the vineyards and the people who […]