Charles Wetmore: Father of the California Wine Industry

Over the last forty years, California has become known for making premium wine that can compete with the best wines in the world.  The current popularity of California wines can be traced back to the success of the California wineries in the Paris Wine Tasting of 1976.  From that competition,  the Napa Valley wine region […]

Rodrigue Molyneaux Introduces Wine and Food Pairings

During a recent Research Friday visit to Swirl I had the opportunity to enjoy a glass of Rodrigue Molyneaux’s 2008 Cabiovese.  This is one of my favorite wines and it had been too long since I had the opportunity to taste its wonderful flavor.  Unfortunately my glass found itself empty all too quickly and […]

Nottingham Cellars’ Wine Education Series

I just received this press release from our friends at Nottingham cellars.  It looks like they have a lot of great wine education opportunities coming up for the wine lovers out there.

 

Nottingham Cellars 6 for 6 at the SF Chronicle Wine Competition

Nottingham Cellars is a new comer to the Livermore Valley.  They are just now celebrating the one year anniversary of their Livermore tasting room, but that and the fact that they have one of the youngest winemakers in the Valley has not slowed them down.  At this year’s San Francisco Chronicle wine competition Nottingham […]

Spokane Washington Wine Tour

Typically the Bryersantís group likes to focus our blogs on the Livermore Valley wine and wineries, but every once in a while, we have the opportunity to venture out and see what the rest of the world has to offer.  This last week my family and I paid a visit to Spokane, Washington, […]

Cuda Ridge Wines Featured Winery

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