Charting The Effects Of The Judgment Of Paris In Napa

2021 marks 45 years since The Judgement of Paris, and reveals a very different wine scene in Napa than years before.


Good News Stories Of 2020 From Napa County Winemakers And Grapegrowers

Despite the trials of 2020 for the wine industry, there are still successes to report.


Taste Of Wine: The Iconic Chateau Montelena Comes To Del Mar

Chateau Montelena in Napa Valley is one of the legendary wineries founded in the late 1800s in one of the world's iconic wine regions.


Wine Press

Winemaker Matt Crafton discusses his winemaking philosophy and the outstanding 2018 vintage.


Time For World’s End?


Uncorked: A Wine Trivia Game To Enhance Your Next Virtual Cocktail Hour

Recently a friend told me about the virtual cocktail hour they were having with friends from other states. Their request of me: wine trivia to add a competitive element.


The Latest News From Fresno State: Diversity, Local Art, And Wine!

IMPORTANT INFO REGARDING CAMPUS ACCESS: Due to COVID-19 and guidelines from the California Department of


Wine Press

There's more sports than ever to watch this fall. Here's what wines to drink with them.


Napa Valley Harvest Report: Harvest Races Toward Early Finish

A few correspondents say they will be done with harvest by the first week in October.


After 43 Years, The Wine Sentinel Of The River Café Stands Down

Joseph DeLissio, “a blue-collar kid in a white-collar job,” saw the rise of American wine culture and put together an ever-changing, world-class list.