This week on our Vino Lingo Video segment we feature Paul Anamosa PhD, Vineyard Soil Technologies, Napa Valley, defining the term “Minerality”. Learn more by visiting www.vineyardsoil.com
The joy in her voice reflects the joy in her love of winemaking. Sarah Vandendriessche has been Winemaker at Elizabeth-Spencer in Napa Valley for over a dozen years. Working with fruit from all over wine country has been a thrill for Sarah, as much as for those of us who love the wine. Elizabeth Spencer is now owned by Jean-Charles Boisset which means in terms of vineyard sourcing, this is only the beginning.
You can also hear Sarah on our Vino Lingo segment defining the phrase “Let it Hang!”.
Learn more by visiting www.elizabethspencerwinery.com.
The history of winemaking in Napa Valley goes back further than most people realize. The mid to late 1800’s created America’s wine country. Beringer Vineyards roots can be traced back to 1879 and in fact is the longest continually operating winery in California. Ryan Rech is Head Winemaker at Beringer and is well aware of the history his wine represents. I met up with Ryan for a chat at the historic Rhine House on the Beringer property last December. If these walls could talk….
You can hear Ryan on our Vino Lingo segment defining the term “Futaie”
Learn more by visiting www.beringer.com