Post Profile

Tasting the Wines of Lambert Bridge and Quivira, 2016

A recent trip to Dry Creek Valley took us to two of the region’s most noteworthy wineries, Lambert Bridge and Quivira, both well-regarded operations that make a wide variety of wines largely using local and estate fruit. We tasted through… Continue reading ?
read more


Related Posts

Review: Pinot Noirs of Laetitia

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Drink Hacker

Laetitia is a producer of a wide variety of wines in the Arroyo Grande Valley in California’s Arroyo Grande Valley, near San Luis Obispo. We tasted through three of the winery’s newly released Pinots, its flagship bottlings. Thought...

Tasting Report: Blue Chip Wineries of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, 2012

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Drink Hacker

A recent trip to Portland afforded an overnight to the Willamette Valley, where Oregon’s best wines are made. On this trip I made advance plans to visit the best of the best, Oregon’s blue chip wineries in a long day … Continue read...

Buy a bottle of Dry Creek wine, get free corkage at a local restaurant

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Daily Dish

Heading for Sonoma? Here's a great idea. Starting Monday, when you buy a bottle of wine at any of 60-plus Dry Creek Valley wineries, you'll get a voucher good for complimentary corkage at a participating restaurant in the Healdsburg...

Review: Wines of Stonestreet, 2015 Releases

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Drink Hacker

Stonestreet is a high-elevation vineyard and winery in California’s Alexander Valley — all three of the wines below are made from 100% estate fruit. Let’s taste. 2014 Stonestreet Sauvignon Blanc Alexander Valley – Not especially Cal...

Review: Wines of Mt. Beautiful, 2016 Releases

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Drink Hacker

Mt. Beautiful is a fairly noteworthy New Zealand winery, which we most recently encountered in our tasting report on new NZ wines. Recently we received a quartet of expressions from the winery. Thoughts on each of these 2016 release...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC