Anyone else plan thier soaps (or art)? Its one of my favorite parts of #creating. Drawing, sketching, doodling, making lists, ideation. The process itself is fulfilling. Imagination is what keeps my brain alive so I can get to a place where ordinary tasks like washing dishes is fun. I think while doing mundane things and write it all down in a fury when I can. (With 4 littke kids, its TOUGH!) I am always inspired by sonething during normal daily life thanks to soaping. Its brought a new level of #consciouness into my life that I didnt previously have. Cheers to #creating! ✌🥂👩🏼🎨 #artislife#wine#create#creatives#soapmaking#artistmom#momof4
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2014 Napa Valley
100% Cabernet Sauvignon
With a nose of blackberry jam and eucalyptus, followed by menthol and spice, my Sunday afternoon just got a whole lot better.
Thick, juicy, and layered, this Calistoga grown #cabernet leaves me salivating. Fruit effortlessly flows into earth. The finish is layers don’t disappoint- Graphite, Spice,
Underbrush, wet rocks, tobacco leaves, and mocha. ......................
What more could a girl want? 🍷😊
Enjoy the rest of your weekend! #Cheers
From the bottle: “We are a small family owned estate vineyard and artisanal winery tucked into a picturesque corner of Simmons Canyon in Calistoga. We farm sustainably and respect the diverse soils and nuances of our hillside terroir.” The winemaker is Rebecca George. Consulting winemaker is Francoise Peschon.
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White wine can t age? Really? look at that color for a 54 years old beverage!
It was nice, youthfull, with a good balance and acidity.
A good experience, but still I prefer tes wines. Maybe my palate is made for red wines? or is it just trained for tes wine?
What do you think: between red and white, is it a question of taste? or a question of training?
A few more days left to enjoy our February flight. Available on our members patio.
2009 VS Merlot - Los Caballos Vineyard
Our Vineyard Selection Series wines are hand-crafted from specially selected lots of wine which showcase the unique characteristics imparted on a varietal by a particular vineyard. Aged for 26 months in small French oak barrels, the 2009 Los Caballos Vineyard Merlot is elegant and refined, with concentrated layers of blackberry and plum accented by earthy aromas typical of this vineyard. Hints of cocoa, tobacco and clove develop through a long, velvety finish.
2011 VS Merlot - Los Caballos Vineyard
Aged for 24 months in small French and American oak barrels, the 2011 Los Caballos Vineyard Merlot is well balanced and beautifully structured, with concentrated layers of plum and blackberry accented by earthy aromas typical of this vineyard. Subtle nuances of tobacco and vanilla develop through a long, velvety finish.
2010 VS Syrah - Vista Del Monte Vineyard
Our Vineyard Selection Series wines are hand-crafted from specially selected lots of wine which showcase the unique characteristics imparted on a varietal by a particular vineyard. Harvested on October 22nd from Vista Del Monte Vineyard, this wine was aged in small French oak barrels for 22 months. Rich flavors of blackberry and plum are layered with black pepper, bacon and anise, framed by silky tannins and a soft, lingering finish.
2009 VS Syrah - Curry Vineyard
Our Vineyard Selection Series wines are hand-crafted from specially selected lots of wine which showcase the unique characteristics imparted on a varietal by a particular vineyard. Harvested from Curry Vineyard in early September, this Syrah was aged in small French oak barrels for 24 months. Subtle notes of tobacco, black pepper and vanilla complement bright aromas and flavors of red cherry and blackberry followed by velvet-like tannins and a long, decadent finish.