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  • In the Santa Cruz Mountains at Mindego Ridge

    In the Santa Cruz Mountains at Mindego Ridge

    “We didn’t think we’d have great wine so soon,” said David Gollnick, of Mindego Ridge Vineyard. “We thought it’d be 7-8 years before we got something so expressive. “ Yet, at this year’s In Pursuit of Balance, winemakers kept referring tasters to their table. “We’d asked Ehren [Jordan, the winemaker...

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  • Wine Growing with Lee Hudson

    Wine Growing with Lee Hudson

    Cristina & Lee Hudson Thirty years into the vineyard, the roots of Hudson Vineyards are still growing through experimentation and respect for the past. Hudson’s vineyard designated Chardonnay was planted in 1982 to old-vine Wente clone Chardonnay, said Lee Hudson, “In 1930, two Chardonnay clo...

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  • The Making of John Lockwood, at Enfield Wines

    The Making of John Lockwood, at Enfield Wines

    "It's en vogue to hate on big Cabs," said John Lockwood of Enfield Wines, "but to me, it was a necessary step in this country.  We had to learn."  As a member of the first generation of North American winemakers that were exposed to small producers from the Old World, Lockwood's palate was forme...

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  • Picasso Black and White, & The Noble Chardonnay

    Picasso Black and White, & The Noble Chardonnay

    Pablo Picasso, Accordionist (L’accordéoniste), Céret, summer 1911 At the Guggenheim until Wednesday, "Picasso Black and White" is a brilliant exhibit that demonstrates the artist's capacity for expression when limited to these two ends of the color spectrum.  Like the noble grape Chardonnay, ...

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