Welcome to my Wine Cellar. This site will be devoted to wine and all things related. I hope to create a hypertext wine list
of my favorites, links to my favorite wineries, and photos and experiences I've had in the wine country.
I picked Cabernet grapes at EDEN CANYON VINYARDS!
Click on the photo to watch me turn them into WINE!
Wonderful Wilderness Wines article by Linda Gabris
A simple, easy to follow guide to making your own wine at home without a major investment.
Eden Canyon Vineyards on T.V.
Eden Canyon Vineyards on "In Wine Country" on NBC
Contrary to what some folks believe, making wine is not difficult to master. Nor is it an expensive hobby to get started in.
Truth is, if one enjoys being outdoors, foraging goods for the wine barrel will open up a whole new world of recreational
fun. And once you've rounded up the equipment needed, you'll be delightfully surprised at what fine wines you can enjoy at
so little expense.
(Taken from article in Backwoods Home Magazine)
I'm actually doing it! Out in the Blackberry patch
Check out my Blackberry wine making adventures! Click on the Photo.
Follow the red line North on Highway 29 to get to Silverado Trail.
This map shows only some of the wineries in Napa.
clicking on this map will take you to www.nappavalley.com
I love Napa! I have been there numerous times and it is great. I also have been to Sonoma a few times and liked the vibe
there too. But I don't want to come off like northern California is the only place for wine.
I had the pleasure of living in Santa Maria California in the central coast area and the wine there is excellent.
It is so good it was featured in the movie Sideways.
A lot of people think this movie is about Napa or Sonoma, but it takes place on the Santa Maria Wine Trail which is famous
for its amazing Pinot Noir. My favorite is from Cambria, Julia's Vinyard. Anyway the point is, there are many great wines
from all over California, and the world, and I want to bring them to this forum. Please return often for updates.