Back Home Again
Hey, it's good to be back home again
Sometimes this old farm feels like a long lost friend
Yes, and hey, it's good to be back home again
One of the sweetest thing about going away for extended periods of time is missing home.
I sure missed this place.
That isn't to say that I didn't have an absolute blast showing Ledge wines out the road - or river and Bayou as it were. Both the Idaho wilderness and the Louisiana trips were amazing. It is fair to say that I fell in love twice in two weeks.
Apologies for the lack of blog updates. This one is going to be short as well. The main thing to report is that the wines are absolutely firing and we look forward to releasing them to you next month. We are available to wine club to taste here at our home. As many of you know, our personal phone and email are printed on the bottle. Inquire within.
As far as harvest is concerned, the heat kicked things into gear and some of my neighbors have started picking. We are still looking at mid October but things are ripening nicely.
I'm still getting back into the swing of my "Farmer Mark" role, as my wife likes to call me.
To quote Frank Black of the Pixies, "I've been tired".
Thanks to the wine club folks who came up and tasted at Adams Ranch Vineyard. We sure enjoy meeting you all.
Photos and whatnot to come.
I've got half a mind to get this blog back to regular Wednesday updates.
Make that a full mind.
We'll check in with you all next Wednesday.
Stay Classy San Diego,