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The Best Winery ‘Food Experiences’ in Napa Valley

Yes, you could stop at Gott’s Roadside for an exceptional burger and a milkshake for lunch, but this is the Napa Valley. When in Napa, take advantage of food-and-wine pairing opportunities you won’t find anywhere else. Here are three of

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Posted in Editor's Journal

A Special Month for America’s Special Wine State

Welcome to September! And welcome to California Wine Month! Throughout the month, while the kids dig into their school books, we can sit down after a long day at work with a glass of California wine, relax, and reflect on

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Posted in Wine Buzz

The Happy Marriage of Art and Wine

Are you into art? I have to admit that I did not get the art gene. During the not-quite 14 years I lived in Chicago, a city that’s very proud of its public art, I sometimes felt compelled to create

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Posted in Our Wine Travel Log

Land Trust Receives Big Donation from Hess Collection

Long-time colleague and friend Jim Caudill checked in recently with some big news about the Land Trust of Napa County, a community-based nonprofit dedicated to preserving the character of Napa by permanently protecting land. Caudill handles P.R. and other duties

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Posted in Wine and the Environment
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