Monthly Archives: February 2013

Going Solar: Just One More “Sustainability” Step

The decision to go solar was an easy one for Dana Merrill of Pomar Junction Vineyard & Winery in Templeton, Calif. As this story details, he had already seen how his son had slashed home energy costs by going solar. Receiving grant funding from th…

Posted in Wine and the Environment

Where Albariño Reigns Supreme

Imagine a wine region being granted official “appellation” status for a single grape variety. Actually, you don’t need to imagine. That is the story of Rías Baixas (ree-ahs-buy-shuss), generally considered the most important Denomination of Origin…

Posted in Wine Region Profiles

A Bodega by Any Other Name…

We always love to hear from our club members, particularly after they’ve received a shipment and had a chance to try at least one of the featured bottlings. That’s what happened recently when this question came our way… QUESTION: I recently rece…

Posted in Wine FAQ

A Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On

In America’s never-ending “burger wars,” some people are in the In-N-Out camp, while others are passionate supporters of Five Guys. In the Pacific Northwest, Burgerville reigns supreme. Fact is, just about every city, state and region has a handfu…

Posted in Editor's Journal
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