There is always room for more wineries in California as long as they are willing to sacrifice, work crazy hours, experiment and bring fourth immense passion. Vintner David Sinegal of Sinegal Estate and Details Wines has done just that, and perhaps more. In “wine-years” David is new to the business but he brings years of retail experience and business savvy to the table. No one ever said it would be easy and David stands with every bottle he makes. ‘Cause if it were easy, everybody would do it.
You can hear David on our Vino Lingo Segment defining the term “French Wine Barrels.”
Tourism employees hundreds in Sonoma wine country at wineries, hotels, limo services and other hospitality jobs just to name a few. If you’ve never been, Sonoma is a wonderfully gorgeous as well as diverse area to experience. Mike Sullivan is Co-Owner and Winemaker at Benovia Winery in Santa Rosa, making wine from the famous Russian River area of Sonoma. Any winemaker will tell you that tasting wine where it is made, makes the whole experience.
You can also hear Mike on our Vino Lingo segment defining the term “Corrupt”
Learn more by visiting www.benoviawinery.com
Two years ago, Podcast #305, featured Nick Goldschmidt of Goldschmidt Vineyards in Sonoma. This week, almost two years to the date, we caught up with his son Luke Goldschmidt who is a cellar hand working his way through the industry. In fact as a message to our listeners who are winemakers, Luke is looking for an enologist job. If you are interested, Luke’s email address appears below. Meanwhile, we had a great chat talking about his time working in cellars all over the world. Wine is family. It’s also travel as well.
You can hear Luke on our Vino Lingo segment defining the term “la bota”.
You can contact Luke at email@example.com