Lake County in the News
Collected articles about Lake County wines and growers.
By Alder Yarrow. Originally published on JancisRobinson.com “It’s so crisp and cool and clear, I just love it,” said pensioner Diane Tibbs while her husband Brad nodded in agreement as they both tipped back their glasses to finish them off. “Easily half of what I buy, especially after April, is Sauvignon Blanc,” said Marika Klaver, […]
Note: This article originally appeared on the Bloomberg’s Moneyweb site. © 2018 Bloomberg L.P Growing grapes on the scorched slopes of a volcano that’s still spewing fire, smoke, and lava is as extreme as viticulture gets. The reward for the risk — in some cases, grapes are grown on volcanoes that could erupt at any […]
The Region’s Wines Rumble with Intensity and Elegance Writing in the October/November issue of The SOMM Journal, wine writer Randy Caparoso describes the Lake County region this way: “These are true ‘mountain’ vineyards. Nearly all of Lake County’s vineyards are planted 1,330-3,000 feet above sea level and yield some of the most intense, singing, […]
Editor’s note: This story was originally published by the Wine Institute in the June issue of Down to Earth, a monthly newsletter celebrating the commitment of California vintners and growers to sustainable winegrowing and winemaking; it includes an interview with Randy Krag and Paul Zellman. Since its inception in 2012, Lake County’s Master Vigneron AcademySM […]
The eruption of Mount Konocti about 11,000 years ago was instrumental in the history of Lake County. Last week, during the Lake County Winegrape Commission’s Momentum conference, local grapegrowers considered how the volcano could help shape the area’s future as a winegrowing region. Many of the county’s growers, who tend about 10,000 acres of grapes […]
On January 26, 2017, the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) recognized the Virginia Creeper Leafhopper Project with an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Innovator Award. The Virginia Creeper Leafhopper Project was one of six groups awarded for innovative work in integrated pest management. The organizations were recognized for their efforts to manage pests while using […]
“Wine tasting intimidates most people,” says Christine DePasquale. “It can be overwhelming, especially considering all the regions, varietals, vintages, and so on.” To make matters worse, trying to match a bottle of wine with a dish you’re cooking or ordering at a restaurant can leave many diners perplexed. Sure, we all know the rule about […]
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By Alder Yarrow. Originally published on...
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The Region's Wines Rumble with Intensity and...
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Randy Krag (Beckstoffer Vineyards) discusses some of...