Tag: Anderson valley

Wine of the Day: Maggy Hawk Pinot Noir

Anderson Valley sits about two hours or so north of San Francisco, influenced by the Navarro River and coastal breezes off of the Pacific Ocean. Still in development (though more and more wineries are moving in,) Pinot Noir vines thrive in alluvial clay soils…

What To Drink Now: Donum Anderson Valley Pinot Noir

Modeling Grand Cru Burgundian farming techniques, from vines grown in rugged, rustic Anderson Valley, Donum Anderson Valley Pinot Noir ($80) feels the cooling maritime influence of the Pacific Ocean throughout the evening. This influence captures the freshness needed to keep ripe fruit fresh, giving…

Wine of the Day: Goldeneye Anderson Valley Pinot Noir

Rural, rustic, rugged, and absolutely ideal for Pinot Noir, California’s Anderson Valley has proven itself to be the premier spot for growing earthy, forest-floor, and truffle filled, cool-climate Pinot Noir with character. Goldeneye showcases this with their Anderson Valley Pinot Noir ($58) blending fruit…

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Sommelier, Personal Chef & Concierge Creating Elegant Dinner Parties and Unique Wine Tasting Events to the Big Island of Hawaii

Cogill Wine & Film

Cogill WIne & Film and Cogill Consulting brings together the talents of Producer Gary Cogill and his wife, Sommelier Hayley Hamilton Cogill, working together, yet thriving individually, for a perfect pairing of wine and film.