Posts Tagged ‘Richards Family Vineyard’

Donelan Richards Vineyard Syrah: limited and exquisite wine

We are nearing harvest for the Richards Vineyard Syrah.  This vineyard produces one of the more unique Syrah in California.  A limited wine that Steve Heimoff of the Wine Enthusiast called “easily the greatest Syrah ever produced from Sonoma Valley (97 points).”  Enjoy this description: Learn more about the Richards Syrah.

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Donelan Recipes: Easter Lamb Chops with Donelan Syrah

  Lamb and Syrah are nearly as epic of a combination as Lamb and Easter.  So if you plan on the latter this Easter weekend, why not combine it with the former.  I asked Chris Donelan, of Cuvee Christine Syrah fame, to provide me a family recipe for lamb that I could try with my […]

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Crushed Chronicles – notes from the interns: Pressing a red wine fermentation.

  Think you want to work a harvest?  Want to find out what that really means?  Follow our intern, Sarah Green, as she chronicles her experience as a first time cellar rat.  This entry highlights hand stain-inducing task of pressing. This is it. Literally – the bottom of the barrel. We have pressed the last […]

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Single Vineyard Wines and Blends: is one better than another?

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