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Third story in four weeks. Does this make me a veteran?

I was very happy to find out yesterday afternoon that my latest story would be running in today’s Napa Valley Register. When I write my own stories, the editor just holds them until a week when the Friday wine section … Continue reading

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(Just another) Afternoon on Pritchard Hill

Two Saturdays ago Laurie and I were able to participate in the second annual (at least we hope it will be annual!) “Afternoon on Pritchard Hill,” which was put on by five of the wineries located in this often-overlooked sub-region … Continue reading

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The (perceived) transformation of the Robert Mondavi Winery

When I was a boy growing up in Portola Valley, California, I was first exposed to wine through my parents. In the late 1960’s and early 70’s (I was born in 1958) I have vivid memories of Mom and Dad … Continue reading

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How we got here

Holy crap. We live in Napa! Yes, there’s nothing like a little “major life change” to get the adrenaline flowing. And boy is it flowing! While in some ways the move was sudden (we first looked at houses April 21st … Continue reading

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