WINEormous at Bernardo Winery

Walk Into Yesteryear At Bernardo Winery

Sunday, November 8th, 2015 | Posted by Noreen Kompanik

Our friends, like us, raved about class themed “Off the Hook” featuring seafood preparations with whites and sparkling wines. “Romantic Roman and Italian Dinners”, also immensely popular and fun feature the winery’s bold reds.

WINEormous at Carter Estate Winery

Carter Estate Winery & Resort

Monday, September 14th, 2015 | Posted by Tom Plant

We checked into our suite and were immediately impressed with how well appointed it was. No attention to detail was spared. The bathroom was larger than many hotel rooms I’ve stayed in and the shower can easily fit two. Walk onto the patio and you’re in the vineyard.

WINEormous at Campo Viejo

Visiting Campo Viejo

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015 | Posted by Tom Plant

Elena and her team are highly conscious of the environment and make sure the winery meets or exceeds every standard for emissions. Water is re-used for irrigation. The goal is to have a completely sustainable winery.

WINEormous at Campo Viejo

Campo Viejo – It All Begins In The Vines

Thursday, June 4th, 2015 | Posted by Tom Plant

After touching down in Bilbao, we made our way into the land of wine legends – Rioja. We came over the crest of a hill and there it was. Sprawling rolling vineyards interspersed with small ones. We wound our way into the town of Logroño, where at 8:30pm, the temperature hovered in the 80s. I […]

WINEormous at Roadrunner Ridge Winery

Roadrunner Ridge – The Little Winery That Could

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015 | Posted by Tom Plant

“We make wine we like, because we might have to drink it” explained Judi, who serves as vineyard manager and assistant winemaker. It’s advice they took to heart from Wes Hagen from Clos Pepe Winery. He told them early on to only grow and produce what they really like. Wine is really hard to sell if you’re not passionate about it, he explained.

WINEormous at Herzog Cellars

Oxnard Wine Trail

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014 | Posted by Robin Dohrn-Simpson

Winemaker Joe Hurliman has an exceptional challenge on his hands. He is not Jewish and rules of kosher winemaking is that only a Sabbath observant cellar crew may touch the grapes.


Quick Stops In Napa and Sonoma

Sunday, October 12th, 2014 | Posted by Tom Plant

It’s a treat to sit down with her, enjoy her wonderful wines with some bread and cheese and just visit. Sandi doesn’t just grow grapes. She has fruit and vegetables galore and more often than not she’ll send me off with some freshly picked produce.