Being close to Paso Robles is a plus to living in So. California http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100226/ap_on_bi_ge/us_farm_scene_new_napa_2 … Continue reading
Oh, man. Wine bloggers all over seem to be having all kinds of fun over a February 13 tweet from wine critic Robert M. Parker, Jr. The tweet reads, “lots of top wine merchants are heavily discounting once very expensive … Continue reading
A piece of California heritage…California’s historical grape with a mission – San Jose Mercury News: http://bit.ly/bEndhd via @addthis … Continue reading
A week or so ago, we noted that we’d lost a series of tasting notes. Talk about deep and profound annoyances! We were doing a fast clean up and things always turn missing when that happens. The good news is … Continue reading
Well, we’re back home and mostly recovered from checking out the 30-odd wineries present at the 2010 Paso Robles Rhone Rangers Experience, which happened this past Sunday. It was a particularly good day for us. We caught up with some … Continue reading
OBG loved the Anglim wines, especially the Viognier and the Mourvedre at Rhone Rangers Keep on inspiring Cellarmasters members! Thanks!
Our friends at Twisted Oak Winery are at it again. They recently had their Take Your Rubber Chicken to Work Week competition. Fear not, you can still participate by voting for the finalists here, as long as you do it … Continue reading
What is Anglim pouring at the Rhone Rangers on Sunday?
We love rosés all the live-long day Life’s short. Make sure to stop and smell the rosé – http://b2l.me/fzzS9 (via @palatepress) … Continue reading
Pay attention to what the next generation of winemakers are doing. http://tinyurl.com/ydblzm3 … Continue reading