Navarro Vineyards' Solar Installation (HD) This December, we installed a photovoltaic array on the roof of our warehouse, where our barrels and case goods are stored. Installation was performed by SolarWorks. () An estimated annual production of 45430 kWh. Reducing CO2 emissions by 36 tons per year. That's a reduction of emissions equivalent to... Driving an average car 72664 miles, Consuming 75.9 barrels of oil, The electric use of 4.2 average homes, Carbon sequestered by 7 acres of (pine or fir) forest. Per year. Visit us online at or call us toll-free 1-800-537-9463 Open daily for complimentary tasting and tours.
Willamette Valley Vineyards Willamette Valley Vineyards is one of the leaders in being eco-friendly in their production of wine. They are the large business winner of the SOLV citizenship awards for 2007
Watercolor Painting Video; Vineyards by Vinita Pappas In this video, I paint a watercolor landscape using a limited palette and a loose, fast technique. See create38.com for online watercolor lessons.
Eclectic Interior Design & Antiques, Napa Valley, Vineyard Town, Home for Sale Premiere Designers, presents an inspiring story about a Napa Valley, vineyard town, home renovated by a Designer with a passion for keeping small town charm alive. This Luxury wine country, Napa Valley home, North of San Francisco bay area is for sale. Most other luxury homes for sale in Napa Valley can not match the homey, eclectic feel of this vintage Napa Valley home set in a cute vineyard town. Listed with Marcia Roman, top Napa Valley Realtor, "Come Home to Napa Valley". From Napa Valley, wine country Cottages to Winery Vineyards Estates......always in the loop. 707-967-4653 Print this article by going to our website in our online interior design & decor magazine.
Mill Creek Vineyards and Winery, Sonoma County Wine Tasting Room Mill Creek Vineyards and Winery - Grape to Bottle, All in One Place Mill Creek Vineyards and Winery, located in the southern end of Dry Creek Valley, has been in the Kreck family for three generations. The family moved to the area in 1965 and opened it's winery in 1974. The Tasting room, modeled after Wood Mills found in the area at the turn of the century, opened in 1982. The winery has been a small family operation from the beginning and one of the things they pride themselves on most, is the efficiency with which they produce their wine. All in one place the grape is grown, harvested, crushed, aged, bottled, sipped and sold. It's a very sustainable process and the integrity of the final product remains within their reach, and their control. Mill Creek Winery has won some of the most prestigious awards including Sonoma County Harvest Fair's coveted Sweepstakes award. They were also one of the first producers to bring you varietal Merlot! The winery and tasting room sit on a knoll with sweeping panoramic views of Fitch Mountain, Mount St. Helena, Geyser Peak and the every changing vineyards that surround them. They have abundant picnic areas from which to basque in the beauty, the history, the memories.. and of course, the wine!
Adams French Vineyards In 1993, billionaire Stephen Adams and his wife Denise were married at a country chapel in St.-Emilion, Bordeauxs historic Right Bank city. This was the beginning of Adams fascination with French culture and wine, a fascination that would cause him to purchase six (and counting) Châteaux in and around St. Emilion. His considerably diverse holdings, amassed over the course of 47 years, include banks, billboards, recreational vehicles, and now wineries and in France, no less. Known collectively as Adams French Vineyards, this gives a whole new meaning to the phrase an American in Paris. Beginning in 2000, Stephen Adams bought Château Lagarosse, in the rolling hills of the Premières Côtes de Bordeaux. He followed this in 2002 with the purchase of Château de Candale in St.-Emilion. Still looking for a flagship winery, he found it in 2004 with the purchase of Château Fonplégade, a 48-acre property located on St.-Emilions limestone plateau, yet needing some TLC. His total renovation of the property, at a cost of $7 million, including large new fermentation tanks, and vineyard improvements. In 2005, he bought Château de Bel-Air in Lalande-de-Pomerol. And, last year, he added Château Roylland in St.-Emilion and Château LEnclos in Pomerol. All along, his strategy always was (and still is) to pay relatively low prices for properties, then upgrade heavily - all under the direction of Michel Rolland. Join us as we talk with Stephen Adams at Château Fonplegade in St. Emilion, and tour ...
Jarenina In Your Pocket - Dveri Pax Vineyard Since undergoing major renovations and expansion in 2007, the Dveri Pax winery has been collecting London Decanter and other prestigious international awards like they were Pez dispensers. As with most of the vineyards in the Štajerska region, they produce a full range of white wines including Riesling, Traminec and, our personal favourite, the autochthonous Šipon variety, as well as several reds. Wine aside, the property itself is worth a visit. Hidden away amongst the green hills 20km north of Maribor, a 200 year-old farmhouse serves as the main production facility, while a former Benedictine monastery dating back to 1139 hosts group wine tastings, events and even a small museum. Plans are also afoot to convert the upper floor to guest rooms. For more on Maribor and the local vineyards check out Maribor In Your Pocket http
Four Loko Vineyards from Don Johnson In an effort to rebrand itself Four Loko has decided to class things up a bit in their new commercial advertising the Four Loko Vineyards where Four Loko is born.
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The Vineyards - Downhill Me doing some downhill skateboarding around the vineyards in Roanoke, VA. Video by Caleb Sharp!
J Vineyards & Winery: A Year in the Life J Vineyards & Winery: A Year in the Life. Photographs by George Rose.
Biodynamic Vineyard On the surface, the practice of medicine—both the traditional and non-traditional approaches—would seem to have little in common with the growing of grapes. For Dr. Robert Gross, there is a strong connection between his training as a medical doctor, and viticulture. This episode draws upon the rich interplay between two completely separate fields, each helping to enhance better understanding with the other. Recipes from the episode: Grilled Asparagus with Goat Cheese Fondue and Toasted Hazelnuts; Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta with Rhubarb Lemoncello Compote
Allegro Vineyards - Pennsylvania Located in Brogue, PA., Allegro Winery has the ironic distinction of being located in a dry county (athough Allegro was grandfathered in, the apparent purpose of the county fathers was to keep other wineries from coming locating there). Originally started in 1978 by John and Tim Crouch, a winery was built in 1980, and a tasting room in 1981. Join us as we talk with current owner/winemaker Carl Helrich about his old vine Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, planted in 1973, and the challenges of growing wine in humid conditions. The challenge here is that the mid-Atlantic climate is quite humid, making the grapes stay warmer through a shorter growing cycle. This gives the vines about triple the susceptibility to plant disease, and its not uncommon for vineyards to get sprayed 15 or more times during the season against various types of rot. European-styled is the best way to describe the wines here, with good acids and slightly lean fruit. Priced from $12-25, Carl bottles most as varietals: Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Chambourcin, and Merlot - mostly from Estate or local vineyards. We also find the ubiquitous sweet/seasonal wines here as well, though Carl frankly admits that sales of the party wines are what subsidizes his love for and ability to work with vitis vinifera.
Gary Farrell Vineyards - A Contemporary Experience Gary Farrell Vineyards, located in the heart of the Russian River Valley, is a contemporary experience. From the moment you drive past the custom iron gates emulating the vineyard landscape, to the modern building which houses the hill top tasting room overlooking the valleys below, to the state-of-the-art crushing and fermentation facility, to the elegant wines in the glass - you feel as though you reside in this perfect moment-in-time, where harmony and clarity are finally available. Gary Farrell was a Pioneer in the making of Pinot Noir and helped to popularize this now favorite grape. Pinot Noir represents over 50% of the production at Gary Farrell Vineyards where the cool breezes and fog from the Pacific Ocean allow for a slow, even ripening of the fruit while preserving the natural acidity. Rich, dark fruit with earthy overtones is a great way to describe these wines. Other wines well known to the Gary Ferrall family include Russian River Chardonnay and Dry Creek Valley Zinfandels. Single Vineyard wines and Appellation Designates are a speciality at Gary Farrell Vineyards where they maintain a total commitment to detail from Grape to Glass.........and it shows!
Goats Arrive at Bonny Doon Vineyard's new property San Juan: The Baptist or Take Me to the Water. So, we finally closed on the property in San Juan (deep exhalation of breath) and have begun work on clearing brush (the goats have been a great help), and preparing the land for planting. In case, you missed it, we (Bonny Doon Vineyard, that is) recently purchased a 280-acre parcel in San Juan Bautista - approximately 45 minutes southeast of Santa Cruz in mysterious San Benito County. It is our intention to farm the property as a proper Biodynamic® farm, which is to say a promiscuous or mixed plantation, a poly-culture, and to do so in a truly sustainable fashion - not simply offering empty lip-service to a somewhat squishy, subjective term. Apart from seeking to supply much if not most of our own electrical power to the site, we are hoping to significantly minimize external inputs, relying primarily on the use of animals to enhance the fertility of the land and the health of the plantation. We essay to begin with fruit that is exquisitely balanced and sufficient unto itself, obviating the need for gross manipulation - acidulation, dealcoholization in the winery - all tactics designed to optimize the likelihood of a clear expression of terroir. We plan to plant this vineyard in a thoroughly oldfashioned manner -beginning with hearty and droughttolerant rootstocks, allowing them to establish themselves with minimal irrigation, before field-budding them to drought- and wind-tolerant (costaudor sturdy, the French would say ...
Black Ankle Vineyards - Maryland One of the promising discoveries during our 2007 trip to visit some Mid-Atlantic wineries was Black Ankle Vineyards. Founders Ed Boyce and Sarah OHerron decided to look for an alternative careers to Management Consulting, and their fascination with wine, winemaking and viticulture led them in 2001 to actually consider the process of owning and operating their own vineyard and winery. But where? After years of research, the pair decided they could make excellent wine in Maryland. After nearly a year of searching, they found a beautiful 146-acre farm in Frederick County, with 40 acres well suited to grape vines. The farm has all of the things they were looking for: relative altitude, well-drained and low vigor soil, and a mix of different eco-systems. They purchased the property in May of 2002. Beginning in April of 2003, Ed and Sarah planted a mix of red and white grapes, choosing some of their favorite varieties, but also ones known for high quality wine and thought to be most suitable for the Mid-Atlantic climate. Varieties inclluded: Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot, and Malbec. Later they added a small parcel of Pinot Noir, and some Grüner Veltliner, Albariño, Viognier, and the ubiquitous Chardonnay. They also made a decision to farm with the principles of Biodynamics, the original Organic farming movement which was founded by the Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner in the 1920s. Biodynamics involves working as much as possible by the ...
Troutman Vineyards Featured on Our Ohio Troutman Vineyards and The Winery at Wolf Creek were featured in Episode 324 of Our Ohio. Video used with permission. Copyright 2008 Ohio Farm Bureau Federation.
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Boordy Vineyards - Maryland Located in Hydes, Maryland, Boordy Vineyards was founded by Philip and Jocelyn Wagner, who established Marylands first commercial winery in 1945. Boordy is probably best known for introducing new varieties of French hybrid grapevines throughout the United States in the 1930s. Since 1980, Boordy has been owned by the RB Deford family, and is located on their historic 240-acre farm in the Long Green Valley of northeastern Baltimore County. The winery is housed in a 19th century stone barn whose thick walls keep the wine at cellar temperatures throughout the year. Proprietor and winemaker Rob Deford attended UC Davis, but as he put it, there was never any doubt that I would come back here to Maryland to make wine. This was his home. Boordy currently produces 70000 gallons of wine annually. In addition to the three generations of Estate vines, forty acres of grapes are cultivated in the Long Green Valley (Central Piedmont region) and in the Catoctin Mountains of western Maryland. Varieties grown include chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, petit verdot, seyval blanc, and vidal blanc. Boordys winemaker since 1986 has been Tom Burns. Join us as we talk with Rob Deford, and get a glimpse into the history of winemaking in the area.
[E] Domaine Duseigneur part 1, farming the vineyards w Frederic Duseigneur *Come on a wine & food tour with us!* --- Interview (part 1) with Domaine Duseigneur (Rhone), Frederic Duseigneur. Domaine Duseigneur is a small family wine producer in the southern Rhone Valley just across the river from Chateauneuf-du-Pape, run by the brothers Frederic and Bernard (they also work with the famous French sommelier Philippe Faure-Brac). Frederic sees himself more as a farmer than a winemaker. The most important thing is what happens in the vineyard, that you have life in the vineyard, healthy vines. There is a big difference between traditional farming and organic farming. Biodynamic farming is one more step, as done at Domaine Duseigneur since many years. In biodynamics they use two preparations 500 which is specially prepared cow manure, diluted in water and sprayed in the vineyards in the autumn; 501, a finely ground powder of quartz. It is also sprayed, but in the spring. This helps the flowering of the vines. At Domaine Duseigneur they also use some further preparations, homeopathic infusions made from plants and herbs, eg nettles, horsetail, thyme, rosemary or other. These help the plants to fight diseases themselves. This is done instead of spraying with chemicals (sulphur or other). In biodynamic farming one is allowed to use both copper and sulphur, but in smaller quantities. These preparations are also believed to help the vines to better survive difficult weather (hot, cold, wet etc, that happens in the Rhone Valley). It is ...
Esterlina Vineyards A short video highlighting the brilliant family behind this vineyard.
Bourassa Vineyards Bourassa Vineyards - Expect the Unexpected! Vic Bourassa's roots in the wine business began as a hobby. Prior to becoming a winemaker he was a Real Estate broker with a penchant for making wine. He had the good fortune to have lunch with Robert Mondavi one day back in 1999 and Mondavi got to sample Vic's wines. The good news is, Mondavi polished off an entire bottle - which meant he liked it! It was a bottle of Vic Bourassa's Napa Valley Pinot Noir. Robert Mondavi encouraged Vic to make wine professionally. That day in 1999 was was when Bourassa Vineyards was officially born, although 2001 was when Bourassa Vineyards was formed as a commercial winery. The first wine was the 2001 Harmony3 Bordeaux blend at 425 cases, it sold out quickly at $50.00 per bottle. Bourassa Vineyards handcrafts about 4000 cases per year and focuses on Chardonnay from Russian River, Napa Valley Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon known as Symphony3, Petit Sirah, Merlot, a red blend named Harmopny3 and Cabernet Franc, additionally Bourassa produces a fantastically popular Solera Port. Bourassa Vineyards tasting room is located in a business park, however the tasting room is a private reserve barrel room with beautiful rich furnishings, candelabras, fine stemware, warm lighting, music and an exclusive private tasting of flights of wine with Vic, Kathy, or Efrain in an exquisite ambiance for tasting wine where they take moments and turn them into memories "Our slogan is Celebrate Life and we do it every ...
Mouton Vineyard l Wine Spectator Chateau Mouton-Rothschild is one of the top wineries in Bordeaux. What factors set Mouton's vineyards apart from its neighbors? To find out, join Philippe Dhalluin, Mouton's technical director, in the vineyard.
Overview of Virginia Wineries and Vineyards This is a 6 minute documentary of Virginia's beautiful wineries and vineyards. Learn about the history of Virginia wines - dating back to Thomas Jefferson, as well as the many varietals that we grow locally. Experience our beautiful terroir as you travel across the state. With over 150 wineries in Virginia, you're sure to have a memorable experience!
Beringer - Vineyard :45 A :45 TV spot for Beringer Wines.
Pruning pinot noir at Talley Vineyards Owner Brian Talley and Vineyard Manager Kevin Wilkinson discuss and demonstrate pruning techniques employed at Talley Vineyards.
Barboursville Vineyards Located just northeast of Charlottesville, Barboursville Vineyards is the most honored winery in Virginia. Founded in 1976 by Gianni Zonin, the winery's Italian roots still resonate as grapes like Nebbiolo, Barbera, and Pinot Grigio are grown alongside Cabernet Franc, Viognier, and Merlot. Look for Octagon, a magnificent Bordeaux blend that pays homage to Virginia's first oenophile, Thomas Jefferson.
Forchini Vineyards Forchini Vineyards & Winery - The Renaissance of Sonoma County Wines A visit to Forchini Vineyards & Winery offers a refreshing historical point of view. Jim Forchini came to Sonoma in 1963 while he was doing product development as mechanical engineer. He naturally became interested in viticulture and after five years, he bought his first vineyard in the Russian River Valley. He began as a hobbyist winemaker, as so many well-known winemakers do, culling from the experience and knowledge of the farmers he befriended. In 1976 Jim's career was in transition and he decided to leave engineering and try his hand as a full-time grape grower with a dream of one day owning his own winery..In 1996 that dream came true and in his first year he produced 426 cases of Gold Medal winning Zinfandel. Within four years he was producing 3000 cases of premium 100% estate grown and bottled, award winning wine. During this period, the Sonoma county wine industry was undergoing a complete renaissance. The big winemakers - think Gallo, Seghesio, Asti - were transforming their vineyards from generic varietals bottled in gallon jugs, to premium varietals in sleek, ***y bottles. This was an exciting time because winemaking was suddenly viewed as a 'craft' not a necessity, and one that the artisan could direct, influence and engineer, turning the wine industry into what we know today. The Forchini's were witness to, and a participant in, this quiet revolution. Leading an industry that defines luxury ...
Alexander Valley Vineyards - Sonoma County Wine Tasting Room Take a drive through the Alexander Valley almost any time of year and it isnt difficult to figure out why Harry and Maggie Wetzel fell in love with the area. The property they bought in 1962 that eventually became Alexander Valley Vineyards certainly offered beautiful views. It also offered a lot of history.a century before, Cyrus Alexander, one of the first settlers in the area and the namesake for the valley, had built a ranch and a home on the property Harry and Maggie would eventually purchase from his heirs. On the rolling hills, they planted grapes. They sent their son Hank to school to become a winemaker and in 1975, built a winery. Over the next several decades, Alexander Valley Vineyards grew from a small upstart to a winery that now produces more than 100000 cases. But many things havent changed. The winery is still family owned. In fact its Harry and Maggies children and grandchildren that now run the operation. And most of the wines are still estate grown and bottled—from Chardonnay to Cabernet Sauvignon. Alexander Valley Vineyards is also home to Sin Zin, one of Americas best known Zinfandels. We also continue to adhere to a philosophy that great wines shouldnt cost a fortune. Visit this historic winery any day of the week. The Tasting Room offers complimentary samples of most wines. Tours that include a visit to the newly expanded wine caves are also available by appointment.
Custom Luxury VIneyard Equestrian Estate Home in Lobo Canyon, Agoura Ca Distinctively set within the prestigious gated community, The Reserve at Lobo Canyon, and encompassing nearly 49 heavenly acres is this exquisite Tuscan inspired estate offering soothing views of the lush Santa Monica canyons and majestic mountain ridge. Construction is almost complete of this exquisite Italian influenced property evokes the Tuscan Countryside, complete with gravel drive, olive trees, rock river beds and natural creeks. Magazine quality interior custom finishes include extensive use of wood floors, high ceilings, decorative iron work and large picture windows. Southern California design elements such as the Great Room and generously sized kitchen/family room combination allow for large scale entertaining or effortless day-to-day living. A sumptuous master retreat with spa bath, gracious guest suite with sitting room, fireplace and private bath and office area. Lush exterior grounds include an expansive covered patio, infinity pool with an additional lap pool, rolling lawns, massive oak trees, natural creeks and rock hardscape with room for equestrian facilities, guest house and vineyard. Additional parcel site with 2 acre pad also available for sale
2009 VINEYARD HALF MARATHON 21km off road run/walk between the rows of Marlborough's picturesque vineyards.
Sugarleaf Vineyards On the heels of awards in Governor's Cup and regional contests for several varieties, Sugarleaf won gold for its 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon and bronze for the 2006 Viognier at the prestigious Town Point Virginia Wine Festival this month. "We're kind of like the new kids on the block, and we won the gold," says Lauren Bias. Sugarleaf occupies a four-acre block in a 126-acre tract in the foothills south of Charlottesville. Massive oaks and maples climb the slopes of what began as a country getaway from New York, where Lauren was born and where Jerry works as a founding partner of a hedge fund firm, Cyrus Capital Partners.
Raphael vineyard and winery Please view in high quality mode, for some reason standard mode look HORRIBLE. A quick little tour of the Raphael vineyard and winery and the upstairs tower looking out at the vineyard fields. I was there for my cousin's wedding, it was really nice. June 7, 2008.
Raymond Burr Vineyards - Sonoma County Wine Tasting Visiting Raymond Burr Vineyards is a special treat! Legendary Raymond Burr, of the Perry Mason and Ironside fame, along with longtime friend and colleague Robert Benevides, planted their first Cabernet Sauvignon vines in 1986 and bottled their first vintage in 1992. Raymond was only able to taste this vintage from the barrel before his passing but in his wake he left a style, passion and philosophy that is still inherent in the winemaking today. The wines made at Raymond Burr Vineyards - Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc & Chardonnay - along with a very small production of specialized Ports - are said to be very much like the man: big, full of gusto, complex and jubilantly alive. Raymond & Robert both had the aptitude for cultivation in their genes, which is what made them fast friends back in the 1950's when they began to share their mutual passion for the cultivation and hybridization of orchids. This shared hobby grew into a lifelong commercial venture which later became Sea God nurseries. During their time together they were responsible for over 1500 new orchids added to the worldwide catalogue - some of which you can see in when you visit. Today the orchid greenhouses are under the care of both Robert and longtime orchid aficionado Francisco Baptista, and are open for public tours by appointment on Saturdays & Sundays. Visiting Raymond Burr vineyards is a full & rich experience - the history, the orchids, the friendly staff and of course the wines, make it a 'must ...
Kinkead Ridge Vineyard and Winery - A Vineyard Year Kinkead Ridge produces award-winning, ultra-premium, internationally recognized vinifera wines from their vineyard on a ridge near the Ohio River in southern Ohio, a historic viticultural area. The owners grew Pinot Noir for over 10 years in Oregon at their Chehalem Valley Vineyards in Yamhill. The 2004 Cabernet Franc won one of two Double Gold medals for vinifera in the 2006 American Wine Society commercial competition. Our website is
Seghesio Family Vineyards - Sonoma County Wine Tasting Room Seghesio Family Vineyards - Wonderful Service and Wines to Match Have you ever been somewhere that you are just so moved by the customer service and genuine care that you just can't stop talking about it? That's how we were after several visits to Seghesio Family Vineyards. Every time we left we couldn't stop talking about what a great experience it was! Warm, authentic, gracious, fun, informative and scrumptious - these are the words I use to describe this longtime, Sonoma wine growing, Family Winery. The Seghesio family name began with Edoardo Seghesio (a transplant from Piedmont, Italy) and his wife Angela, back in 1895 when they planted their first Zinfandel vineyard on some of the current 400 acres in Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River Valley's - now cultivated by the fourth generation winemakers of the Seghesio family. There story is rich in both local and family history and beckons back to time when rolling up your shirt sleeves and jumping in with your whole heart, was the only way to make one's dream reality. And from what I see, this ethic is still the operating philosophy behind the modern day Seghesio Family Vineyard. It is a strong and devoted family at it's core (most of them still work at the winery) yet they have this wonderful ability to create an extended family, to such a degree that it is hard to know the difference, in both their staff and the visitors who walk through their doors. Seghesio is best known for their award winning Zinfandels, but ...
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Jacuzzi Family Vineyards Art, History, Rare Varietals & Bacchus! Jacuzzi Family Vineyards, located in the Carneros region of Sonoma, is full of spirit and splendor. The 18000 sq. ft. winery opened only two years ago and is an exact replica of the Jacuzzi Family Home in Udine, Italy. The Jacuzzi Family, although they have shared many successes, are best known for the invention of the jacuzzi tub that has thankfully become a household luxury. As Italian immigrants in the early 1920's the family purchased land in Contra Costa County, California, and planted grapes for the purpose of making wine for 'home consumption' only. Fred Cline, the current proprietor and grandson of Valeriano Jacuzzi, grew up learning the craft of viniculture as a young boy while spending summers at his grandparents farm. The current winery is a tribute to the legacy of this great family and to the traditions they brought with them. The rare Italian wines many of which are only found here include Arneis, Moscato Bianco, Nebbiolo, Lagrein, Barbera and Nero D'Avola to name just a few..... Jacuzzi Family Winery makes a total of 5 whites & 12 reds! Tastings here are complimentary and the visitor can choose any 5 wines from their selection. While here though, be sure to stroll the grounds with your Italian wine and check out the beautiful art collection of Venetian-style glass chandeliers, stained glass, marble sculptures and original murals........Fantastico!
Beaulieu Vineyards Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon A classic Rutherford Cab with full violet-ruby color and distinctive local aromas of black cherry, dark olive and mineral, combined with hints of smoky oak and blackberry. The fine flavors echo the nose. Medium acidity and body plus supple tannins. With a fine balance between alcohol, fruit and tannin, this young wine already drinks well and will support 6-10 years aging.