One of the other wineries I visited on my Napa trip that had donated wine to my grandson Adler’s benefit was Switchback Ridge. This was also my last winery visit of my March trip. As I have mentioned in a past blog article, I had the opportunity to meet Kelly Peterson-Holmes, co-founder, managing partner and driving force behind Switchback Ridge, on my 2015 Napa trip.
I introduced you to my Napa Valley friend Kerrin Laz back in the early days of my wine blog with the article “Dean & Deluca’s Kerrin Laz.” I have followed her career from her early days at D & D to her new venture at K. Laz Wine Collection. Here is just one of the […]K. Laz Wine Collection, Kerrin Laz, Napa Valley, wine tasting, Yountville
A Little History 4 Winds Winery was the first of five wineries I visited on my recent Napa Valley trip. I was excited about visiting 4 Winds for several reasons. First, I had the pleasure of meeting Jane Chapin and her son Roy D. Chapin IV, owners of the winery, on my last Napa trip […]4 Winds Winery, Cabernet Sauvignon, Jane Chapin, Napa Valley, Roy D. Chapin IV, Silverado Trail, wine cave
Last week I started the story of my journey to Napa Valley to make wine during the last full week in March. This week I would like to continue and finish up my trip roundup. We are ready to pick up the story on Tuesday, March 22: Tuesday Breakfast was at the hotel and then […]2015 Glenwood Cellars Adler's Blend Red Wine, 4 Winds Winery, Atlas Social, Bruce Devlin, DDC Shipping, HdV, Kelly Peterson-Holmes, Lagrein, Napa Valley, Speedy Creek, Switchback Ridge, Three Clicks
Generally it takes about a month of hard work to put together my Napa trip itinerary. People are so busy it is often hard to match up schedules and make appointments. People have asked me, “How was the trip to Napa? Did you get a lot done?” Yes, I accomplished much and it was a […]Ad Hoc, Bistro Jeanty, Eric Kent Wine Cellars, Kent Humphrey, Lori Nuss, Napa Valley, Punchdown Cellars, Yountville