From the Pacific Flyway : Decoy

For many millennia, over a billion migratory birds a year travel the Pacific Flyway from Alaska to Central America. This includes many species of ducks, geese and swans. I’m sure this was the inspiration for the Duckhorn winery when in 1985, they created the first...

It’s a Fine Conundrum to Enjoy.

Way back in the formative years of the Caymus Winery, owner’s Chuck Wagner and his son Charlie would blend wines directly from bottle to create flavor profiles and make food pairing more fun. It was a game and there no blends they could go out and buy. In 1989 they...

¡Grandes Ofertas desde la Península Ibérica!

The translation is as follows: “Look to Spain and Portugal for some great wine buys! They just keep coming folks. Such great wines for parties, dinner, patio pounding and enjoying la vida dulce. Let’s start with red from the D.O. Toro. The Cermeño is fun for those...

The Work of a Wine Buyer

For those of you who do not know who I am, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Bill Abrahamson and my title in this company is Senior Wine Buyer. It’s a title I attained by being the oldest in our group. Well that and the fact that I’ve been doing this for thirty...

Chillin’ with Wine in the Summertime.

We have hit the sweet spot in the summer weather. I‘m still waiting for some tomatoes in the garden, and pretty soon will go from nothing at all to bushels in the next two weeks, but I am ready! Caprese Salads, salami and cheese trays on the outdoor bar and a variety...

This One Time, At Pinot Camp…

Last week our wine buyer and events coordinator, Siri Nyman relayed her experience at this year’s Pinot Noir Camp in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. For someone involved in the wine business, it is a wonderful learning experience and as someone who enjoys and obsesses in...
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