Archive for the Tag 'Petite'

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Rewriting a Wine Bible ~ Sirah

I have a granddaughter whose middle name is Sirah… Yes, in honor of my life’s work that’s involved Petite Sirah. I’ve been writing stories for my grandchildren, and I recently thought, “How can I explain to a two year old what her middle name means to me personally, and why she was given this particular […]

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In a word…

[image: left to right, John Concannon, Evan Goldstein, Jim Concannon, and Jo Diaz… Jose made me stand still for about two seconds to take this…] After actualizing months of planning, and the long day of putting on an educational symposium, it’s virtually impossible to do anything else of substance that day. That won’t keep me […]

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Petite Sirah resume, also to be part of the Petite Sirah timeline on psiloveyou.org

I was recently accused of not knowing much about Petite Sirah on this website, by someone who doesn’t know what I’ve done. (Thanks Larry Schaffer for defending my honor. My guys are the BEST!) Larry wrote: First off, let me say that Jo Diaz is the heart and soul of the PS I LOVE YOU […]

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“Sonoma County’s Riviera ~ A Winery Done Well,” produced and directed by Francis Ford Coppola (Rated “G”)

More than once on this blog, I’ve written about children having a place at wineries. They should have a place, in my humble opinion. Most winery owners have children, and their children – like mine did when living at home – were able to enjoy wine with their meals. Why not? Wine is a liquid […]