John Henry Martin reports on Cakebread Cellar's first Cabernet Day, held in August at the winery's new visitor center's gardens.
Cuvaison Estate Wines, established in 1960s, is getting a make-over.
The Mia Carta collective of premium, small-lot, Napa Valley family-owned and operated wineries offers the opportunity to discover six lesser-known producers of local wines. The tasting lounge may be new, but the friendships are not.
Napa wine columnist Eduardo Dingler visits Cevantes Family Vineyards in east Napa to learn their story and taste their wines.
The 2019 Estate Bottled Chardonnay has bright red apple and pear fruit with lemon curd and hints of toast and cinnamon which stay vibrant through the long finish by the wine’s fresh acidity.
A collective of family wineries has come together to form Mia Carta tasting room in downtown Napa.
Napa Valley Grapegrowers Grower of the Year for 2021, Ren Harris, talks about the history of agriculture in the valley, including the creation of the Ag Presere.
Eduardo Dingler makes an enjoyable visit to LOLA wines in Calistoga and discovers an exciting new brand.
"Direct from the Cellar: Napa Valley Library Wine Auction," is a new event that will take place Feb. 16-20, featuring a collection of more than 100 library lots.
Napa Valley Vintners announce changes in their annual barrel tasting and wine auction fundraising activities.
Silverado's SOLO is a wine "you can drink without a mask" and Dennis Cakebread introduces his new label from Washington State.
Will climate change cause Napa Valley to turn to other varieties than Cabernet Sauvignon? A panel of wine professionals caution that flexibility may be key to keeping the Napa brand powerful in the next 25 years.
Den Sake in Oakland is one of the exceptional U.S. producers of sake.
Steve Matthiasson, his wife Jill Klein Matthiasson and their two sons — Kai and Harry — have turned the common perception of the typical Napa Valley winemaking family on its head.
Everyone is a secret Chardonnay drinker, it is just a matter of finding the right one for you.
Eduardo Dingler gets acquainted with the wines of St. Romedius.
As restaurants reopen, Eduardo goes on culinary adventures in Napa.
When he bought St. Helena's Raymond Vineyards, Jean-Charles Boisset admitted cheerfully, "I had no idea how to make Cabernet Sauvignon."
Continuing the quest to educationally venture into the deep world of wine this week, I’ll be covering an exciting realm of alternative white varietals.
Supporting local restaurants, and enjoying every bite, Eduardo shares what he has been ordering, and what wines he pairs with take-out.
Eduardo Dingler explores the realm of rosé.
More than 150 Napa Valley wineries will offer wines for sale as part of the "Open the Cellars" promotion from Napa Valley Vintners nonprofit trade association.