Articles Tagged: Sonoma

Jordan Estate Tour & Tasting

post iconJordan Winery is launching an exciting new tour of it’s winery and its pairing the tour with food and wine. That might be a first. Not only is there food and wine pairing but it’s then paired with gorgeous areas of the vineyard. …Read More

Wine Wonderland – Francis Ford Coppola Winery

post iconNestled in the picturesque countryside of northern California, south of Geyserville just off the 101, two iconic glass spires glow vividly against the deep blue sky framed by vine studded rolling hills sweeping off into the distance. …Read More

Pliny the Elder

post iconSonoma County has stellar breweries that offer complex versions of the beer varietals we have all come to know and love. While so many think of wine when they head to this vineyard-clad area, I have come to think beer. …Read More

East Versus West Cabernet Off

post iconWe are pitting Cabernet Sauvignon from the famed Cabernet Sauvignon stalwart Napa Valley against Sonoma, its upstart, funkier neighbor to the West. Napa and Sonoma are separated by the Mayacamas Mountains. …Read More

10 Great American Wines for Thanksgiving

post iconWe put together an eclectic list of wines in our attempt to cover all parts of the meal, as well as making sure that there is something for everyone. …Read More

Holiday Affordable Wine Pick: Rosso & Bianco

During the holiday season, money’s tight. But it doesn’t mean you can’t have the good stuff … or give the good stuff.

Rosso & Bianco has some solid offerings for $12 a bottle. (I got mine at the tasting room, and it was $11 there.)

You can feel comfortable bringing this wine as a host or holiday gift or serving it at your holiday gathering.

The 2006 Pinot Grigio is a light and fruity white, … Read more

Poizin Wine

Poizin Reserve by Armida Winery is a big zinfandel in a little coffin. The Healdsburg winery brags that this “wine to die for” is a blend of its best zinfandel grapes.

The 2005 and 2006 Reserves are best suited for wine lovers who enjoy a bold zinfandel and aren’t frightened by the $60–$90 price tag.

The Reserves’ less expensive cousin, the 2007 Poizon for $25, doesn’t come in a coffin but does present a lighter, … Read more