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Sustainable Wineries: The Future of Wine Production

By Scott Butterfield | March 14, 2023

The wine industry has long been at the forefront of sustainable farming. Long before organic became a buzzword, eco-friendly California winemakers in highly respected regions like Sonoma County became ambassadors for climate protection through stakeholder engagement.…

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Pour Decisions: Favorite Sonoma Biodynamic, Organic or Natural Wines

By Scott Butterfield | February 20, 2023

Natural wine and organic wines are rising in popularity.

Despite the wide-ranging and heated discussions around natural and organic wine, ultimately, the difference, here in the US, is quite simple.

Organic wine is certified by the FDA.…

Romantic Wineries in Sonoma to Visit this Valentine’s Day

By Elizabeth Kate | January 31, 2023

Thanks to the ample rains from the heavens, Sonoma Valley vineyards are teeming with life. What could be better than a romantic wine tasting getaway in Sonoma? It’s time to get creative with your amorous planning.…

Wine Tasting Masterclass in Burgundy France with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

2023 Wine Festival Calendar

By Scott Butterfield | January 18, 2023

We scoured the web to put together this 2023 Wine Festival Calendar. It features 16 California Wine Festivals (including the big event in Santa Barbara), Nantucket, Oregon, and Colorado wine festivals,…

Sonoma Wineries to Visit in 2023

By Averi Melcher | January 3, 2023

If you’re searching for the best wineries to book a Sonoma County wine tasting at, here’s our list of top Sonoma wineries, from the Russian River Valley to the Sonoma Coast,…

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Best Wine for Mediterranean Food from Sommelier Victoria Taylor

By Scott Butterfield | December 2, 2022

Pairing the best wine with Mediterranean food is notoriously difficult. There’s a menagerie of spices and herbs that don’t mesh easily with white and red wine varietals. 

One of the best wines to pair with Mediterranean dishes is the Halleck Vineyard Hillside Cuvee Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir,…

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Pinot Noir Food Pairing Tips from Michael Dolinski

By Joanna Hughes | November 30, 2022

Ready for some Pinot Noir food pairing tips from a true master? Sommelier Michael Dolinski at New York’s Michelin-star Portale restaurant recommends the Halleck Vineyard Three Sons Russian River Valley Pinot Noir.…

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Best Wine with Crab Cakes: Dry White Zinfandel

By Lenzil Hoaglund | November 21, 2022

If you’re searching for the best wine with crab cakes, you’ve come to the right place. This Dry White Zinfandel crab cake wine pairing (actually a Rosé) is complex,…

Best Wine with Salmon

Best Wine with Salmon at Mourad in San Francisco

By Scott Butterfield | November 14, 2022

Among the best wine with salmon pairings can be found at Mourad, a San Francisco Michelin-star restaurant that fuses the rich and vibrant style of Moroccan fine dining with the local,…

Best Wine with Duck Confit: Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

By Eric Schwartzman | November 7, 2022

The best wine with duck confit and other duck dishes, according to wine aficionado Jennifer LaRue, is a little-known small-production Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir from Halleck Vineyard, which is not available in stores.…

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