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Paris & NormandyMar 17, 2022
Robin Cooper
Wine expert & Director of Hospitality for Behrens Family Winery, St Helena CA
Robin has been the Director of Hospitality & Customer Relations for Behrens Family Winery since 2006, representing Les Behrens and Lisa Drinkward’s award-winning wines. Robin will speak about Behrens’ hand-crafted wines, gently transferred in their unfiltered state from barrel to bottle. These tiny production red wines produced on Spring Mountain in Napa are sourced from special low yielding vineyard sites from growers throughout the Napa Valley and a few from Sonoma County as well, and has partnered other with vineyards obsessed with producing extremely high-quality fruit. Join Robin on a voyage of discovery down the beautiful Seine River as she compares her own Napa Valley wines versus those of France. This voyage is of special appeal to lovers of art, history and the fantastic Norman cuisine that so inspired Julia Child.
Taste of BordeauxMar 17, 2022
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Magna on the DanubeMar 20, 2022
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Colors of ProvenceMar 24, 2022
Roman Roth
Winemaker and Partner, Wolffer Estate Vineyard, Sagaphack NY

A gifted winemaker, Roman Roth can be heard singing in an enviable tenor voice amid the barrels in the winery. But most of all, he gives “voice” to his wines, produced by experience that bridges three continents and stems from the dream of a 16-year-old boy in Rottweil in Germany’s Black Forest. In 1992, Roman became the first winemaker at Wölffer Estate Vineyard. He established the estate’s distinctive character — European elegance combined with the typicity of Long Island terroir. Recent honors include having two of our wines make recent “Top 100” lists from Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast; being honored as the highest-rated wines in Long Island history; and having our wines served in the White House over the past two decades. Join us on board as we share a “toast” to the next 30 years!
Taste of BordeauxMar 24, 2022
Peter Thompson
Owner, Andrew Geoffrey Vineyards, Diamond Mountain, Napa Valley, CA

Since visiting the Napa Valley as a college student in 1973, Peter Thompson set his sights on producing world class Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. In 1995, after a two and one-half year search for the ultimate mountain vineyard site, Peter selected the property at 2000 feet atop Diamond Mountain. Having purchased undeveloped land with unlimited potential, Peter assembled a team consisting of viticulture and enology specialists to plan and execute planting of a state of the art vineyard. 13 acres were carved out and planted to Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. The vineyard was christened Andrew Geoffrey Vineyards after Peter’s two sons, Andrew and Geoffrey, and currently enjoys a reputation for producing mountainside grapes and Cabernet Sauvignon wine of unprecedented quality.
Romantic DanubeMar 25, 2022
Petaluma Gap Winegrowers Alliance.
  • Tom Gendall, Winemaker, Cline Family Cellars
  • Erica Stancliff, Winemaker, Trombetta Family Wines
  • Al & Lisa Brayton, Proprietors, Thirty-Seven Wines
Melodies of the DanubeMar 28, 2022
Rick & Bridget Hutchinson
Owners & Winemaker for Amphora Winery, Healdsburg CA
Amphora Winery owner/winemaker (and resident potter) Rick Hutchinson chose the name in honor of the clay wine jars of the ancient world. Rick’s philosophy, “Work year round with knowledge and passion to transform the best grapes into rich, delicious wines that are truly works of art” comes through in every wine he produces. After more than thirty vintages in Dry Creek Valley, his portfolio of small-lot wines includes more than a dozen varietals, embracing the appellation’s exemplary Zinfandel and Petite Sirah, while reimagining Old World rarities from the Rhone, Italy and Spain.
Gems of Southeast EuropeMar 28, 2022
Doug Margerum
Owner/Director of Winemaking, Margerum Wine Company, Santa Barbara, CA

Doug started his food and wine explorations at a young age while traveling with his parents in France. His passion for food and wine was enhanced as he worked in restaurants as a cook and server throughout his high school and college years. Coinciding with his graduation from UCSB in 1981, his family purchased WINE CASK – which quickly expanded to include a simple bistro adjacent to wine store. In 1994, the WINE CASK became one of 74 restaurants in the world to earn the Wine Spectator Grand Award. Doug sold the WINE CASK in 2007 after deciding to devote all of his energies to wine making. Margerum Wine Company began in 2001. His philosophy is to return to wine making in its previous form of production – handcrafted and personal. Doug reassumed ownership in WINE CASK in 2009.
Essence of Burgundy & ProvenceMar 31, 2022
Emilio Tedeschi & Stephanie Trotter-Zacharia
Owner of Tedeschi Family Winery, Calistoga CA
Flying over Hawaii in 1974, Emil Tedeschi was struck by the thought that the Islands lacked even a single winery. Having come from a winemaking family in Calistoga, California, he set about correcting the breach. Emil partnered with C. Pardee Erdman and began to make pineapple and grape wines. Today, MauiWine produces 30,000 cases of mostly pineapple wine and is still the only winery on Maui. Almost 20 years later, Emil returned with his wife and two sons, Emilio and Mario, to Napa Valley’s Calistoga appellation, where he was born. Emil worked as a vineyard manager and consultant in the area and replanted two-acres of walnuts with Cabernet Sauvignon on his family’s farm. In 2005, he opened Tedeschi Family Winery, making artisanal wines as his grandfather had done when he immigrated to the area in 1919 and what his father had done later. Today, Emil’s young sons Emilio and Mario run the business. Mario accompanied his father to the various Napa vineyards that his father managed and today handles the estate vineyard. He works with fellow winemaker David Sundberg, Mario steeped in generational, hands-on knowledge and David a master of the science. Emilio, with a degree in wine business from Sonoma State University runs the business. The Tedeschi Family Winery invites you to join Emilio Tedeschi and Stephanie Trotter-Zacharias on a voyage up the beautiful Rhone River Valley from Burgundy into Provence. Join us!
Captivating RhineMar 31, 2022
Ron Noble & Yun Chu
Owners of Ron Noble Wines, Petaluma CA
As a civil and coastal engineer, and avid sailor, Ron Noble has spent most of his life near the sea. As the founder of two consulting engineering firms specializing in coastal and harbor engineering, he has spent most of his time near the sea overseeing projects on everything from beach stabilization to seawalls to ports and harbors. His work has taken him to over 35 countries in 50 years. His success in business and his attraction to great wine led him to found Ron Noble Wines. Ron acquired the hillside property of Noble Family Vineyards and Ron Noble Wines in 1999 with aspirations of owning his own vineyard and making his own wine. Ron’s passion for wines started in his early 20s and only intensified as the years went on. His incredible journeys took him around the world and he fashioned them into opportunities to visit premier wineries. Ron’s wife, Yun Chu, was born to Chinese parents in South Korea. She speaks, reads and writes fluently in three languages: English, Mandarin Chinese and Korean. Yun earned her black belt in Chinese boxing/fisticuffs when she was only 18 years old, taught by her father who was the Asian champion in karate and martial arts. Yun is a gourmet cook, having spent many years in the food and restaurant business. Now semi-retired, when he isn’t still consulting, Ron wanders the estate vineyard, spends time with his family, and nurtures his vision for Ron Noble Wines. Less than 15 miles from the Pacific Ocean and situated in the Petaluma Gap, the Ron Noble Estate exemplifies the ideal nexus of land, water and air. “Our approach to winemaking is one of precision and style. Simple in theory, yet challenging in practice, we strive for the perfect balance of elegance and soulfulness.”
Melodies of the DanubeApr 1, 2022
Anthony & Suzanne Truchard
Wine Educator & General Manager for Truchard Vineyards
Anthony, whose great-grandfather emigrated from France to the United States in the late 1800s, has always been proud of his French ancestry and is delighted to host this wine cruise through Bordeaux. Ever since he can remember, he has been working either in the vineyards or in the cellar at their Napa Valley vineyards. Whether pruning vines or racking wines, Anthony has experienced every aspect of winemaking from grape to bottle. He has traveled extensively through Bordeaux and the great wine regions of France to learn about French vineyards and winemaking techniques. Anthony pursued a career in law but always kept one foot in the wine business, whether as a consultant for restaurant wine programs or working weekends in a Manhattan wine shop. Anthony returned to Napa in 2005 to head the family’s winery. Join he and his wife Suzanne Marie Besu Truchard on this journey along the Danube River.
Impressions of the Seine & ParisApr 2, 2022
Keith Kelsey & Jac Jacobs
Co-owner & winemaker for Kelsey See Canyon Vineyards, Central CA
Keith Kelsey is co-owner of Kelsey See Canyon Vineyards located near Avila Beach, CA. Keith’s dad always had a love of making wine and in 1999 started the winery. Keith helped plant the family vineyards and in 2002 joined the family full-time. It quickly became a local favorite. Keith maintains a comfortable family-friendly environment where guests can enjoy a glass (or two) of award winning wines. The culprit for great wines is Jac Jacobs who has been the winemaker since 2012. Jac has worked in the industry for over 37 years with experience covering North Coast and Central Coast wine regions of California. He had the honor to judge the 20th Annual San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Jac continues to produce numerous gold, double gold, and best of class medal wines with wines that are true to varietal character—full-bodied reds, dry fruity whites, refreshing hard ciders, unique apple blends, and sparkling wines. The Kelsey family invites you to join them and come sip your way down the Seine River.
Romantic DanubeApr 4, 2022
Mick Schroeter
Winemaking Director, Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards, Windsor, CA

Winemaking is often a trade passed down from generation to generation, and Mick Schroeter is no exception. Following in his father and uncle’s footsteps, Mick joined the family business at the Penfold Winery in 1982. With his love and passion for winemaking, he rose rapidly within the Penfold Winery, and later accepted a position as Vice President of Winemaking at Geyser Peak Winery in California where he remained for 17 years. His long track record of success and illustrious career in Australia and California, along with twice being named “Winemaker of the Year” at the London International Wine & Spirit Competition, have given Mick the knowledge and experience to take the reins as Winemaking Director at Sonoma-Cutrer.
Essence of Burgundy & ProvenceApr 7, 2022
Matt Crafton
Winemaker for Chateau Montelena Winery, Calistoga CA
Matt Crafton leads the production team as Winemaker at Chateau Montelena. He not only oversees all production and operations, but also plays a critical role in strategy, education and technology at the winery. Matt earned a degree in Economics from the University of Virginia in 2003. Rather than embark on a traditional career in finance, he was drawn to winemaking. Matt was hired as Enologist at Montelena after finishing his degree in Viticulture and Enology at UC Davis in 2008. He was promoted to Winemaker in 2014. The dynamic atmosphere of Montelena inspires Matt to run with new ideas, striving toward perfection with every project, including oversight of the Chateau’s largest vineyard replant of the last 40 years. The management and staff of Chateau Montelena cordially invite you to join Matt Crafton on a voyage down France’s beautiful Rhone River Valley from Provence north into Burgundy, two of the world’s greatest wine producing areas. The beautiful vineyards and towns along the Rhone and Saone rivers date back to the time of the Roman Empire. The architectural and artistic achievements of the Romans are still profoundly visible everywhere on this fascinating itinerary.
Taste of BordeauxApr 7, 2022
Oak Knoll District Of Napa Valley
  • Dallas Brennan, VP Direct Sales, John Anthony Vineyards
  • Michael Trujillo, Senior Winemaker, Materra Cunat Family Vineyards
  • Ellen & Gary Luchtel, Vintner & Winemaker, Fortunati Vineyards
Enchanting RhineApr 7, 2022
Fred Peterson & Jamie Peterson
Owner of Peterson Winery, Healdsburg, CA
Founder Fred Peterson began his winegrowing career 45 years ago with a vineyard apprenticeship in Mendocino County. After graduating UC Davis, and managing other vineyards and wineries, Fred moved to Dry Creek Valley in 1983 to plant his own vineyards, and Peterson Winery was established in 1987. The Peterson approach is to capture the essence of vintage and vineyard—a philosophy they call Zero Manipulation—using the most gentle, traditional winemaking practices possible to maximize the flavors, aromatics and texture of the wines. The evolution of Peterson wines and winemaking accelerated when Fred’s son Jamie became assistant winemaker in the summer of 2002. In 2006, after moving from the tiny red barn on Lytton Springs to Timber Crest Farms, Jamie was given the overall responsibilities as winemaker. As a winegrowing team, Fred and Jamie assess the grapes from each vineyard and vintage as the season progresses, evaluating how the weather, soil and site are interacting for the particular vintage. Fred and Jamie celebrate vintage differences and don’t tweak or homogenize the wine to obtain consistency of flavors, a common practice in mass-market wineries. For Fred and Jamie, Peterson Winery is all about the wines. But if you look a little deeper, you’ll see the heart and soul that goes into every bottle.
Impressions of the Seine & ParisApr 9, 2022
Randy & Cheryl Phillips
Owners of Red Soles Winery, Paso Robles CA
After years of wanting to experiment with their own fruit, Cheryl finally convinced Randy to make some wine. Not having any equipment, the pair crushed that historic first barrel with their own feet. Following a fruitful romp in that first bin of grapes, Randy and Cheryl stumbled upon the name Red Soles while admiring each other’s red, grape-stained feet. That first crush of Petite Sirah and Zinfandel grapes later became the founding partner’s premier vintage, their 2004 Kick-Off. This uniquely successful, wine-growing and wine-making duo happily run the business themselves. Each wine in their line-up is Estate grown, and the duo is proud of the fact that they do not source their wine grapes from any vineyard other than their own. There is great pride in making consistently award-winning wines from the same fruit that is grown for the farming business clients. With an average annual production of 2,000 cases of wine, our wines are a rare treat. These wines aren’t typically found on grocery store shelves or restaurant wine lists, though there are a few exceptions, you are more likely to discover Red Soles wines being shared with you by a friend and that is one of our favorite parts of being such a small, boutique winery.
Essence of Burgundy & ProvenceJun 30, 2022
Dr. Richard Becker
Owner of Becker Vineyards
Becker Vineyards was founded by Dr. Richard Becker, a physician in San Antonio, and his wife Bunny. Established in 1992, Becker is one of the original four wineries in Fredericksburg and today they are among the best known and highly respected brands in the state of Texas. Becker Vineyards’ wine has been served in the stateliest of settings, including seven times in the White House, the James Beard Foundation in New York, the Texas Governor’s Mansion and many other famous restaurants in Texas and the United States.
Impressions of the Seine & ParisJul 2, 2022
Matthieu Finot
Winemaker, King Family Vineyards, Crozet, VA

Matthieu was born in Crozes Hermitage in the Rhone Valley of France. Coming from a family of viticulturists and wine lovers, Matthieu was predisposed to continue his family’s pursuit of making and enjoying wine. He first studied viticulture and oenology at Beaune, in the heart of Burgundy. After graduating in 1995, Matthieu worked in many different wine regions around France including Rhone Valley, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Provence, and Jura. He then worked in Italy and South Africa to gain experience around the world before settling in Virginia. Since arriving in 2003, Matthieu has worked with wineries throughout the state. He enjoys working in the Monticello Appellation most because he likes the excitement of the region’s growth and being close to Charlottesville.
Europe's Rivers & Castles Jul 5, 2022
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Flavors of Portugal & SpainJul 5, 2022
Ed & Adam Sbragia
Owners and Winemakers, Sbragia Vineyards, Geyserville, CA

Ed Sbragia and his son, Adam, are third and fourth generation winemakers in California’s prestigious Dry Creek Valley. Following 32 years as Winemaster at Beringer Vineyards in the Napa Valley, Ed returned home in 2001 to establish Sbragia Family Vineyards. The small, family-owned winery makes individual lots of wine from grapes grown in select blocks of their favorite vineyards. Ed is the only winemaker to receive The Wine Spectator ‘Wine of the Year’ for both a red wine and a white wine. After stints at Beringer, Souverain and St. Clement wineries, Adam joined his father at Sbragia Family Vineyards, where they have been making wine side by side for ten years.
Gems of Southeast EuropeJul 11, 2022
Rhonda Wood
Owner & Winemaker, Wood Family Vineyards, Livermore, CA
Wood Family Vineyards is a family run winery located in the eastern foothills of Livermore Valley specializing in limited production handcrafted wines. Rhonda started making wine in 1996 – after they purchased the Merlot vineyard where she and Michael built their home. Together, their passion for wine and belief that winemaking begins in the vineyard led them to Livermore Valley. They are tireless champions about the quality of Livermore Valley soils and their commitment to Valley grown grapes.
Europe's Rivers & CastlesJul 12, 2022
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Colors of Provence Jul 14, 2022
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Taste of BordeauxJul 14, 2022
Michael Lewellen
Managing Partner at Lucas & Lewellen Winery, Solvang, CA
Founded by retired Judge Royce Lewellen, and long-time grape grower Louis Lucas in 1996, Lucas & Lewellen Vineyards has been producing fine grapes and wine for many years. Royce’s son Mike Lewellen became a minority owner of the company in 1999 and joined the company full-time in 2009 to help manage the operation as it grows into the future. As Managing Partner, Mike carries out business planning and analysis and works with all departments at the winery; Marketing & Sales, Finance, the Tasting Rooms, and of course the Winery. Prior to Lucas and Lewellen, Mike worked for over 16 years in the multi-channel retail business. Working at different times as Marketing Director, Circulation Manager and Inventory Planner, he gained valuable experience that he has applied toward the wine business. Mike was raised in Solvang, California near the vineyards, has a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Colorado, a Professional Designation in Business Management from UCLA, and has furthered his wine education through programs at U.C. Davis.
Gems of Southeast EuropeJul 18, 2022
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Rhine & Moselle SplendorsJul 19, 2022
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Essence of Burgundy & ProvenceJul 21, 2022
Michael Barreto
Winemaker & Certified Wine Educator, Oso Libre Winery, Paso Robles
Michael Barreto got hooked on wine by making his first barrel at home in 1999. After taking courses at CSU Fresno and UC Davis, Michael and his wife Joey moved to California’s central coast. His first winery job was in 2001, where he quickly progressed from a cellar position into the laboratory. In 2003, Michael started at Le Vigne Winery as Assistant Winemaker, the same year he met Chris Behr. Chris was searching for someone to make wine from his first harvest of Cabernet Sauvignon. After tasting the wine, they both realized that it was the start of something special. Seventeen years later, Michael and Joey have partnered with Chris and Linda Behr to create exciting, award-winning wines from the Oso Libre Vineyard in the Adelaida District of Paso Robles. One of Michael’s favorites is Por Vida, a blend of Oso Libre estate-grown Cabernet Sauvignon, Primitivo and Mourvedre. Michael’s strong background in Agricultural Business has helped with all aspects of winemaking. He says “There are many facets to being a winemaker, from walking the vineyard to interacting with customers in the tasting room. Oso Libre Winery invites you to join Michael and Joey Barreto on a voyage up France’s beautiful Rhone River Valley from Provence to Burgundy. Vineyards and towns along the Rhone and Saone rivers date back to the time of the Romans. The impressive architecture and art of the Romans is visible in every port on this interesting itinerary. We hope that you will join us on this adventure through two of the world’s greatest wine producing areas!
Taste of BordeauxJul 28, 2022
Dan Panella
Co-Owner, Oak Farm Vineyards, Lodi, CA

As a third generation American farmer, agriculture has always been a passion for Dan. He got his first start in farming by riding a tractor in the family's cherry and walnut orchards, so it was only a matter of time before he found himself farming grapes. Under the training of a highly regarded winemaker, Dan has been able to grow in the art of winemaking; the fusion of agriculture and art that has allowed him to be creative and allow the grapes to show their strengths.
Essence of Burgundy & ProvenceJul 28, 2022
Mark Hoover
Owner & Winemaker, Integrity Wines, Watsonville, CA
What does sincerity and truth have to do with wine? — It’s this: We carefully source all the ingredients from our wines. We make our wines in small batches. We care about hand-crafting. And we do all of this because of you. Carefully sourcing all the ingredients for our wines means better wine that’s better for you. Hand-crafted small batches means we have more control over quality and we can make a wine just for you. We got into this business because we noticed that even though wineries told us they cared, they still put their name on wines that weren’t tasty and reliable, year over year. We knew we could do better. Integrity is not just about the wine itself. It’s about everyone who helped create this wine experience. It’s complete when we add you. That’s integrity. Join Mark on a luxurious wine cruise through Burgundy & Provence.
Impressions of the Seine & ParisJul 30, 2022
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Flavors of Portugal & SpainAug 2, 2022
Kory & Catherine Burke
Owners Gelfand Vineyards, Paso Robles, CA
The journey into wine began with Kory’s visit over 20 years ago to Australia in Barossa Valley, traveling to many of its wineries. The intimate engagements and world class wines ignited a 20+ year passion for wine with the goal to find a perfect place to dive deep into winemaking and share that love with others. Catherine and Kory have since made wine a central part of their lives visiting many regions around the US and Europe and then moving to Paso Robles, CA, to start making their own wine at Gelfand Vineyards. In 2020 the couple officially became owners of the over 20-year-old Gelfand Vineyards and also now serve as the winemaker sharing some of California’s best and hidden gem wines from all estate grown fruit. The 25-acre property features Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Syrah, Malbec, Tempranillo and Sangiovese. While producing just 2,000 cases annually, Catherine and Kory believe the secret to success is growing high quality fruit, focused time and attention in the winemaking process and building long-lasting relationships with visitors to the boutique vineyard that is Gelfand Vineyards. They look forward to sharing these wines and creating many more memories with you.
Colors of Provence Aug 4, 2022
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Enticing DouroAug 6, 2022
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Taste of BordeauxAug 11, 2022
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Enticing DouroAug 13, 2022
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Impressions of the Seine & ParisAug 20, 2022
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Taste of BordeauxOct 27, 2022
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Captivating RhineOct 27, 2022
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Paris & NormandyOct 29, 2022
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Melodies of the DanubeOct 31, 2022
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Europe's Rivers & Castles Nov 1, 2022
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Essence of Burgundy & ProvenceNov 3, 2022
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Paris & NormandyNov 3, 2022
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Enchanting RhineNov 3, 2022
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Romantic DanubeNov 4, 2022
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Enticing DouroNov 5, 2022
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Rhine Castles & Swiss Alps Nov 7, 2022
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Europe's Rivers & Castles Nov 8, 2022
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Colors of ProvenceNov 10, 2022
Josh & Carrie Bendick
Co-Winemakers for Holly Hill Vineyards, Placerville, CA
Holly and Tom Cooper, owners, fell in love with the varieties of Southern France’s Rhone Valley when they shared a bottle of Chateauneuf du Pape on their honeymoon. Years later, when they fulfilled their life long dream of planting a vineyard it was a natural choice to plant these very same grapes. As the vineyard was being planted, their daughter, Carrie learned the art of winemaking and met Josh Bendick, another aspiring winemaker along the way. They not only fell for each other but with the idea of crafting Rhone varietal wines. It’s been a love affair ever since. Together, the family produces wines from their mountainous El Dorado County vineyard. It sits at nearly 3000 feet in elevation and is located half way between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Foothills. Join Carrie & Josh on this beautiful wine cruise along the Rhone!
Essence of Burgundy & ProvenceNov 10, 2022
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Taste of BordeauxNov 10, 2022
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Captivating RhineNov 10, 2022
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Melodies of the DanubeNov 11, 2022
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Magna on the Danube Nov 13, 2022
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Rhine Castles & Swiss Alps Nov 14, 2022
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Melodies of the DanubeNov 14, 2022
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Rhine & Moselle SplendorsNov 15, 2022
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Colors of Provence Nov 17, 2022
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