How a sibling set of 5th-generation Paso Robles farmers are primed to make wine with a conscience.
A beloved farming couple have made the top wines in Paso Robles for more than three decades – by putting nature first.
Convincing farmers to grow organically was incredibly hard in the early days – but Chris has spent 20 years inspiring the world to change.
In honor of Women’s History Month, get to know passionate Lodi winemaker Karen Birmingham. Interview by Elizabeth Smith. Photography by Mike Battey.
The team got to do a cool roadtrip to Lake County, California to explore some of our winemakers’ investments up there. They brought back some really beautiful pictures that tell the story of Lake County better than simple words. A truly rural setting, the next photos take a look at the signs of civilization. […]
4 Angel-funded winemakers are reigniting a legacy that began at the Chicago World’s Fair 124 years ago! When it comes to wine, Lake County has been polishing its gold medals since 1893. But chances are – unless you were a crowd member at the World’s Fair, or a 19th-century reporter for the Chicago Tribune – that’s news to […]
This is a guest post written by Scott Peterson, California winemaker. He’s writing an open break up letter to the devilish 3-tier system which he’s toiled in for years. It’s a good one! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I do. Letter from a California winemaker to the 3-Tier system Goodbye 3-Tier System, […]
The NakedWines.com Wine Tasting Tour kicked off yesterday in Sacramento. It was the first day of our first ever US tour. And boy did it feel good! What is the tasting tour? For the tasting tour, we bring all of our winemakers onto a big bus and drive around California doing a huge wine tasting […]