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Written By Alecia Moore 13 Apr 2022
What a time to be alive.

I’m thinking from now on, on this Earth, today- my only job moving forward is to listen. I need to stop talking, shouting, whispering even, trying to control every little thing… and I need to settle, and listen. Be curious. That is how we will witness, show up for, and hopefully change the world for the better. By listening. This is how we will approach farming, upcoming harvest, how we will approach each other, and our future.

So far, the vines are singing a sweet song.

Currently, it’s raining. And it is so beautiful outside. This year we’ve had only 8 ½ inches, so today’s rain is extremely welcome. We might get to 10 inches, which would put us at 70% of what we need to avoid drought. Pruning was delicately completed in mid-March. We bottled our Rosé, Graciano, and Sauvignon Blanc in March as well.
I, myself, am most excited about my new Anton Parr that will be showing up any day now.
It feels like Christmas is coming and Santa changed his name to Anton. For those of you that don’t know what I’m talking about. An Anton Parr density meter is how we monitor our ferments, the sugars and temperatures during harvest. There are three of us ladies here in the cellar, and many, many vessels. Sharing one little Anton Parr is not so much fun. I will now have my very own.
Jameson is loving pre-school and tee-ball. Willow is loving dance and her last year of school before MIDDLE SCHOOL… (what?!) and this harvest she will be earning some money with pumpovers and cellar work.
We’re looking forward to being able to offer you our Spring release and would love to hear from you about how, where, and with whom you enjoy the wines.

With gratitude and open ears,