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Do you know what pruning is? Did you know that there are two main styles of pruning winegrapes?
Ryan Decker, our Wine Grower Relations Manager, gives us insight into the who, what, where, when and why we prune the vineyards every winter:
It’s depressing, really.
With crab season in full-swing, this easy to make (and delicious) crab sandwich is a must! Whether it’s for your next dinner party or just for yourself, we guarantee that you’ll enjoy.
Run by your local fish market to pick up some fresh crab that is bursting with flavor.
Recipe courtesy of Remy Moore, Rodney Strong E-Commerce & Wine Club Manager.
Easy to make and full of different flavors, crostini are the perfect appetizer to serve at any party. Create a colorful plate filled with different crostini loaded with ingredients such as crumbled bacon, roasted red peppers, prosciutto and fresh sage. Your party guests will be lined up for every last bite! Everyone loves a good crostini to bite into. The best part about crostini cracker appetizers is that you can use just about anything for the topping. Variety is the spice of life!
Using a fresh baguette to create garlic rubbed crostini crackers adds freshness and flavor. Homemade crostini crackers are so much better than store-bought crackers and are oh-so-easy to make. So grab a baguette, some different cheeses and meats and let’s create three different delicious crostini!
Happy Holidays! Gather up those corks laying around your house and join Remy Moore, our E-Commerce & Wine Club Manager to create your very own wreath out of wine corks!
What you will need:
1 Straw wreath base (local craft store)
About 200-300* corks
Hot glue gun & replacement glue sticks
A flat surface you don’t mind getting hot glue on
Driven by the belief that great wines begin in the vineyard, we are dedicated to using the finest grapes grown in Sonoma County. The success of each vintage and the long-term health of grapevines begin with meticulous dedication to nurturing each and every vine in the vineyards.