Amazingly priced for such high quality.
Resident wine expert Sandra Silfven on all things vino
Uncork a Zin to light up the Fourth.
Pedroncelli delivers quality and value, and a long legacy in Sonoma County.
Here’s a good wine to curl up with and listen to the wind roar outside.
Two seasonal red wines by Gnarly Head, a Petite Sirah and a Zinfandel, are scary-good!
Yes, I am excited about this wine: This is a Zinfandel that hits every button.
Bonterra has been a name in organic wines since the early 1990s. And this brand that is part of the Fetzer family is a survivor. Under a new owner it still flouirshes — and dazzles the palate.
This brooding, yummy red is like a dark chocolate truffle with a cherry in the center melting in your mouth.
St. Francis “Old Vines” Zinfandel Sonoma County 2008, $19: If you have a few extra bucks, you’ll find this wine is worth the toll. It’s the benchmark for Old Vines Zins with its intense dark cherries, dark plums, licorice, lots of black pepper and vanilla off the oak. It’s the perfect pairing with a juicy … Continue Reading →
If you drink California wines, I can just about guarantee you have tasted something from the Lange family in California’s Lodi appellation. The Lange twins, Randy and Brad, are fifth-generation wine growers and do it on a mass scale. They are bulk wine producers, making millions of gallons off thousands of acres of estate-grown vineyards, … Continue Reading →