Monthly Archives: August 2014

Second Week….Harvest 2014

As predicted, the beginning of harvest week for us started with bottling all the 2013 Chardonnay.  As a small, family owned winery, most of the bottling is done in house and only very large lots require a bottling truck company.  We finished up in two days bottling nearly 500 cases of wine and we were…
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First Week…. Getting Ready for the Harvest

My life was good, maybe even perfect...but I got bit hard by the whole wine thing.  I was a happy, successful medical professional and I just couldn't be satisfied with the answers to my questions given to me in the tasting rooms....oh, no...I had to learn more...had to know more.  Here I am, a middle…
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Earthquake

What is an earthquake?, we all know is a shaking of the ground caused by the sudden breaking and movement of large sections (tectonic plates) of the earth's rocky outermost crust. The edges of the tectonic plates are marked by faults (or fractures). Most earthquakes occur along the fault lines when the plates slide past…
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Friday Night Fun

It’s a warm Friday evening in Cloverdale, and some friends and I are brainstorming up a game plan for the night. In the distance the smell of BBQ beckons to me as it wafts through the house. We elect to head downtown and check out Friday Night Live for a change of pace. As we…
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Aug. 28th Locals Salsa Class and Dancing

Take your first step and find your next one with us. Join us at Locals for a glass of wine to loosen your hips then we will head upstairs for a Bachata and Salsa dance class! Hector, a native of Mexico City, will be our amazing teacher. No experience necessary just come and have fun…
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