Water water everywhere, and lots to drink!

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It’s day 2 of the Wine Bloggers Conference, and we’re off on the little yellow school buses to explore some of the Walla Walla terroir.  Fortunately for us Bay Area folks,who aren’t used to the heat, it was a warm but pleasant day for walking around the vineyards and our bus was off and ready – read full article –

Writing right for your blog

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A few weeks ago, I found myself in Walla Walla, Washington, attending the 2010 Wine Bloggers Conference.  These meeting of minds brought together over 300 wine writers, blogers, and professionals to eat, drink, be merry, and learn from each other.  Among some of the sessions, there was one that particularly stood out in my mind – read full article –

I'm gone! To Ore-gon…

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Being a California girl, while I have spent some time diving up the coast and meandering through Ashland, I have not spent a lot of time in Oregon.  I have spent even less time examining the finer points of Oregon wines, specifically Oregon Pinot.  Those of you who have known my taste buds know that I – read full article –

High on a hill

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There’s a lonely goat herd, yodeleeellooooheeho!  Or in this case, there are some horses, some cows and a whole lot of scrub brush.  Up on top of Atlas Peak, VinRoc creates micro crafted small lot Cabernet Sauvignon.  Above the fog line, overlooking the Foss Valley, where open pastures and oak trees haven’t been overtaken by – read full article –