Cabernet Saugvignon reigns as the most popular and widely planted red wine grape in California—and the world! But why? The grape? The soil? Read on to find out and then join us on 6/18 for our virtual tasting with Jax Vineyards and Hawkes Wine
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Concrete eggs are all the rage in winemaking these days…particularly in the United States where it’s a newer phenomenon and still not widely seen. While that may lead many of us to believe it’s a newer innovation in winemaking, the use of concrete tanks for winemaking has actually been going on for centuries in old world winemaking regions.
We're talking Argentinean wine and the tumultuous, fascinating history that kept these delicious wines from the world for far too long!
I've been to a lot of wine regions over the years...so many in fact that I can easily say that my home wine region of Northern California is barely in my top 3. Who's firmly in first place for me at the moment? The wine region of Mendoza, Argentina. Why? Let's go on a little photo journey together from a recent trip and I'll show you...
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