Fall in Love with Our Acorn Squash Recipe

Posted on September 27, 2018

As the colors of the leaves begin to change to warm oranges and reds, our appetites gravitate to comfort foods.  This month, try our Homemade Roasted Acorn Squash with coconut, pecans and apricot jam to get you in the mood for fall. While you’re preparing your dish, think about other More..


Tastings Rooms: Not Your Typical Vineyard

Posted on September 20, 2018

A trip to wine country includes the popular experience of exploring vineyard wineries and participating in a traditional Napa Valley wine tasting. But another beautiful experience awaits those who travel to the less commonly known tasting rooms. Downtown Napa has a variety of tasting rooms allowing people to simply walk More..


Vine to Wine

Posted on September 15, 2018

Wine country is home to the amazing life cycle of the grape. From vine to wine, we’re looking at the winemaking process. Napa Valley wineries and Sonoma County wineries approach the process differently but essentially follow the same pattern. Check out the steps here and learn about winemaking. Winter Pruning More..


Ways to Celebrate Harvest

Posted on September 10, 2018

For the season of fall, wine country experiences harvest – which is basically like the holiday season for everyone involved. It’s chaotic, stressful, rewarding, and what we’ve all been waiting for. You can smell the fermentation and oak in the air as winemakers turn grape juice to that glorious stuff More..


On Fires & Wine: Musings of a Napa Valley Winemaker

Posted on September 05, 2018

North of most Napa Valley wineries, past St. Helena, and into Howell Mountain, lies Burgess Cellars. For those unfamiliar with Burgess Cellars, it’s a winery in the hillside of Howell Mountain founded in 1972. Winemaker Kelly Woods has created an art form in the field, with extensive experience at Napa More..