Displaying items by tag: San Joaquin Valley
Dust Bowl Brewing Co.
Serving Style: 16-0zz. Cans and draft
Availability: Central and Northern California dist. Third in a series of hazy IPA variations
By Dan Clarke
Rosé has been the wine world’s hot category for the last couple of years. Industry sources say that Millennials are driving this surge in consumption.
A Randy Caparoso Conversation with Mike McCay
In our second interview conducted this past January during the Grand Tasting/Zinfandel Experience put on by Zinfandel Advocates & Producers (a.k.a. ZAP) in San Francisco, we sat down with Michael McCay, owner/grower/winemaker of Lodi’s McCay Cellars.
By Steven Tincher
January 3, 2017 – It’s winter in the Sacramento valley. The sky is gray and much of the land is brown, especially as there has been little rain.
By Randy Caparoso
6:30 AM, this past Tuesday, August 22 in Lodi’s Alta Mesa appellation: Ron Silva’s harvest crew had already filled three half-ton macro-bins of just-picked Silvaspoons Vineyards Verdelho – green tinted golden, oval shaped orbs of tropical fruit sensations, zapped with palate slaking, lemon-lime acidity.
TASTE News Service, July 18, 2017 - In the 1950's and 60's Bakersfield became an unlikely birthplace for a new sound – The Bakersfield Sound.
NV Merlot (non vintage)
Suggested Retail: $10?
Dust Bowl Brewing
Serving style: kegs and 12-oz bottles
Availability: Year round in Central Valley of California and some beyond
TASTE News Service, January 25, 2017 -- Michael David Winery is donating $25,000 to PAWS (The Performing Animal Welfare Society) in hopes that it will bring awareness and education to this great organization.
(December 27, 2016) — Dr. Vincent Petrucci, professor emeritus of viticulture at California State University, Fresno, is remembered today by University President Joseph I. Castro as “an extraordinarily talented man who shared his special gifts as a Fresno State professor by educating new generations of viticulture and winemaking leaders.”