The Way You Do the Things You Do
As we tread down the common path of existence we often encounter "experts" who want to tell us how to do things the correct way.
While there is no harm in listening (and learning) we have always believed that one's instincts should always guide them, even beyond what may seem sensible or even safe.
Ledge wines are getting a lot of attention these days, and I am admittedly a pretty lousy salesman. I don't like hype. I often downplay our wines to the point of near carelessness, opting rather for an overtly casual approach to flavor descriptors, pairings, ageability and the like. I'd rather ask someone what they like about one of our wines rather than try to spoon feed them a list of descriptors about what they are tasting.
Thre truth is, we care a great deal, and are committed to this endeavor for life. We are thrilled to produce wines that may end up on your table and bring you a little bit of extra joy.
With that, here is one of the videos that remind me of our humble beginnings. Ciera is helping build our nursery before iPhones and Alexa, with a battery powered boom box and a tiny digital camera.