Our 2016 Tulocay Chardonnay won a Gold Medal at the 2018 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Just another Gold Medal in the Tulocay beret. Ho hum.
Since we're down to less than 10 cases of our 2009 Syrah,
we're doing the usual and customary Napa Valley thing: We're raising
the price! (Though to a still paltry $42.) This is the last of our
Coombsville Syrahs for the moment, so if you want some, better get it
That said, you can more than make your money back by joining our Wine Club, whereupon you instantly get a 20% discount on all purchases! And did we mention that membership is FREE?
We're steaming through Chardonnay as if it were holy
water! (Well, it is … kinda.) We're out of both the 2015 Cadman and Tulocay and now into the
2016s. But there's a bit of a difference: While the 2015s were from the
Haynes Vineyard, the 2016s came from the D'Ambrosio Vineyard across the
street from Haynes on (appropriately) Berry Lane. The label reads
"Coombsville", but the wines are single-vineyard sourced.
— Skippy, Chief Cellar Rat
"I cook with wine. Sometimes I even add it to the food." — W. C. Fields
vines when my husband died. Ever since then, all this love
inside me, I give it to the vines. I talk to them. I have
an exchange with them." — Yvonne
de Souch, Jurançon
an almost religious relationship between man and the
natural elements. With the immaterial. It takes a poet to
make a great wine." — Aimé
Guibert, founder of Mas
“Who loves not woman, wine, and song remains a fool his whole life long.” — Martin Luther