Peter Eastlake, who curates the wine tent at the outside lands music festival, loves tracking down great values. Here, his picks for everyday drinking and summer entertaining.
ZAGAT asked 30 local wine experts to name the must-drink list rosé on their menu this season. Guess what? Our 2014 Rosé of Pinot Noir made the list! Enjoy the other incredible recommendations at zagat.com.
Obviously, this is a man who has some ideas about what wines pair best with the baseball. Here are his picks for a case of that will get you through the season, the Dodgers’s season, that is…
With daylight savings and temperatures rising, here in California we call this “Picnic Season”. Grab your blanket, pick up some cheese and gather your friends to enjoy these absolutely refreshing wines while hanging out in the sun. Enjoy Drink Me Mag’s recommendations for best picnic wines – including our 2014 Rose of Pinot Noir!
A discussion on upcoming Sonoma County AVA’s by North Bay Biz. ”
If the Petaluma Gap’s distinguishing characteristic is the wind, the West Sonoma Coast Vintners Association (WSCV) focuses exclusively on the westernmost portion of the Sonoma Coast, where the climate is maritime, rainfall can be above normal and daytime temperatures are typically cool. Much like the Petaluma Gap, grape varietals that grow best in these vineyards tend to be Pinot Noir and Chardonnay….”
Estee Lauder and Yes Way Rosé pair their favorite blush with the year’s best Rosé! See their picks, including a great review of our 2014 Rosé, in this article.
“Every wine from Red Car was delicious, unusually delicious. It is not a winery I know much about, but it is one I look forward to getting to know better. I was especially drawn to the 2012 Ritchie Vineyard chardonnay & 2012 Hagan Vineyard Pinot. The Hagan vineyard is planted near the top of a ridge facing the Pacific. The grapes must love the view because the wine was crazy happy; it beamed with joy.
Fruit is the language of wine; it is how wine expresses itself. What I loved about Red Car is that all of their wines had something to say. They communicated in a voice unlike any other. Nothing strained; nothing was overdone. It was like a symphony hitting all the right notes at once. If these wines were a poet, they might be Terrance Hayes or Simone Muench–brilliant examples of high form marrying high fun.”
Join us for one of our favorite events of the year: The Pinot and Casino Party!
This fun-filled event is taking place Saturday April 18th from 3PM – 6PM. This party is complimentary for Wine Club members (up to four guests), $30 Mailing List members and $50 for the general public.
Our local newspaper, The Press Democrat, chooses our Rose of Pinot Noir for Wine of the Week! Enjoy this great review and other delicious selections for drinking pink.