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Red, Like a Ferrari

Red, Like a Ferrari

Everyone knows Guglielmo Winery, perhaps for its estate Zinfandel or Petite Sirah, the latter soon to be on local Trader Joe’s shelves. Assistant winemaker Niklas (Nik) Zorn is not just about making old world-style wines from Santa Clara fruit, though. He looks far and wide…

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Verde Vineyards Makes for a Great, Green Winetasting Getaway in Gilroy

Verde Vineyards Makes for a Great, Green Winetasting Getaway in Gilroy

As March 17 draws near, many will have green on their minds and very specific thirst on their tongue. It doesn’t get much greener than this lush Gilroy spot out on Buena Vista Avenue, directly across from the colorful Satori Cellars. George and Lynda Green,…

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Lightpost Winery Boasts Four Award-Winning Pinot Noirs

Lightpost Winery Boasts Four Award-Winning Pinot Noirs

Morgan Hill-based Lightpost Winery pays tribute to the power of California-grown pinot noir with four new wines, made from grapes harvested in some of this state’s best-known pinot regions—including San Luis Obispo, Sonoma and Santa Cruz counties. Together, the quartet speak to their respective terroirs…

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Changes Coming to Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail

Changes Coming to Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail

The non-profit booster organization dedicated to championing wine and winemaking in the South Bay is making a big change to its collective winery membership program. The Wineries of Santa Clara Valley plans to discontinue their seasonal programs—the spring and fall passports—in favor of a year-long…

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Calerrain Wines: A Rising Star on the Gilroy Scene

Calerrain Wines: A Rising Star on the Gilroy Scene

While the Calerrain wines has yet to bottle the fruits of its labor from the vineyard neighboring its months-old tasting room, the wines they have on offer cut a wide swath across the grape-growing regions of Santa Clara, San Benito and Monterey counties. Husband-and-wife winemakers…

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A Growing Family

A Growing Family

Sidle to either side of the bar window at Besson Family’s mini-barn tasting room, and a great view awaits. For those who are inside looking out, the window frames 20 acres of old vines that meander down to Uvas Creek. Those on the outside looking…

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Harvest Report: A Longer Season, Tasty Varietals

Harvest Report: A Longer Season, Tasty Varietals

The 2019 wine harvest presented many hurdles to local vintners. However, plenty of winemakers in the Santa Clara Valley are optimistic about the product of a wet winter followed by a long summer, which stretched well into the fall. The late and protracted season led…

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The Silicon Valley Roots of J. Lohr Vineyards & Winery

The Silicon Valley Roots of J. Lohr Vineyards & Winery

It wasn’t so long ago that the closest one could hope to find a quality local wine was north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Over the course of a generation, that has changed. The Santa Clara Valley, once home to just a handful of jug…

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Stefania Wine’s San Jose Roots

Stefania Wine’s San Jose Roots

While some local winemakers may operate a tasting room in San Jose, or one of its more densely populated suburbs, most of the grape-growing goes down in the Santa Cruz mountains or out in the spread-out exurbs to the south. Stefania and her husband, Paul—proprietors…

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Campbell Civil Cervant Launches P&V Winery

Campbell Civil Cervant Launches P&V Winery

When Paul Kermoyan and his wife Vicki purchased the 2.5-acre parcel in Coyote Valley that would become the P&V Winery estate vineyard, they really were just looking to make wine for themselves. Kermoyan grew up in Fresno, the son of Armenian parents, and has always…

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