We have been on a little vacation from blogging, but Livermore’s showing in the 2014 SF Chronicle Wine Competition was a good reason to put fingers to keys. Here are the results for the wineries in the Livermore AVA.
3 Steves Winery 413 – Zinfandel – $30.00 to $34.99 2011 Cienega Valley […]
This weekend Livermore had the distinct privilege of hosting stage 7 of the Amgen bike tour. This was also the third year that Cuda Ridge winemaker, Larry Dino has teamed up with the First Street Wine Company and artist, Reina Hernandez to bring us the commemorative wine for the Livermore stage of the Amgen tour. The […]
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!
A friend sent me this article about sharing wine with your spouse. It’s a fun read for today – maybe a bottle or two will be shared with your loved one tonight. Whatever your plans are for your Valentine’s celebration, if wine is on the menu, support our local talent by purchasing […]
I came across this interesting article. Would love to hear your thoughts/comments. Happy hump day!
New research suggests resveratrol in red wine isn’t only good for the heart but also the brain. By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Thursday, 07-Feb-2013
A compound found in red wine may help to stall the progress of Alzheimer’s disease.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend and get a head start on your Valentine’s Day celebration? Tomorrow, February 9th, Crooked Vine/Stoney Ridge is hosting a Valentine’s Open House from 11:30 – 4:30. Ken’s Wood Fired Pizza will be there along with sweet treats and live music from 1 – 4. Hope to see […]
This month the featured varietal in the Livermore Valley is Petite Sirah, Nottingham Cellars has decided to show you a little about where they source their fruit from for those particular wines as well as discuss their barrel programs for them. They also discuss the difference between their standard Pete Sirah and the “Long Row” […]
The results are in for the 2013 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition and the Livermore AVA has had another great showing. Bryersantís would like to thank all of the wineries in the Livermore AVA for their diligence in creating world class wines and putting Livermore on the map as a wine region to be […]
This post isn’t about Livermore wine or even wine for that matter, but that’s okay because it’s one of the perks of running a blog. I just wanted to take a step back from the daily routine and do a little reflection. I can’t think of a better time to reflect on life than […]