The Wine Country Tasting Room Is Dead. But Long Live Wine Country

Forget standing at a tasting bar. A trip to California’s wine country today means comedy shows, art museums, cabanas at pool parties, and interactive dinners–all with a glass in hand. “People are no longer willing to just come into a tasting room, pay their tasting fees, try five wines, and move on,” explains Jim Morris, […]

New Documentary Shines Light on Latinx Winemakers in Sonoma and Napa Valley

Depending on the topography and winds of change, wine harvest season in the Northern Hemisphere can start as early as August and last through October. But harvest wouldn’t be possible without countless laborers who often work very hard for very little. In California, Latinos make up the bulk of this group: a combination of multigenerational […]