Archive for the ‘Musings’ Category

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Gentrifying Robs More Than Land in Napa Valley

It eliminates heart and soul… I’m still thinking about “Napa Valley Beyond the Fires, Small Family Farms Are Bureaucratically Being Squeezed Out.” Lots of people who are well-to-do, become land barons. It’s where the money naturally goes, building castles in the sky; and Napa is where everyone into glamour wants a piece of the pie… […]

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Corona Virus Blues, Black Lives Matter, and California Fires… is it safe to come out yet?

How’s everyone in wine country doing? Nothing But A Musing Here If ever I was musing… My wine blog… it’s taken a hit this year from my usual self. I don’t even know how I feel anymore. There’s so much more going on in my personal life; the death of my mother-in-law, a child of […]

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Not only in American, but Ancient European Vineyards are Showing Signs of Global Warming

Yes, I could say this for any wine growing region in the world. I’m just going after the two most talked about, to get your attention. Now, down to business. For anyone who changed the terminology from global warming to climate change, I believe the process slowed down more than a bit. Now, thanks to […]

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The Most Embarrassing Side of Wine Travel… Musings

This was the point where I should have taken a bow… Hindsight is always 20/20 vision, right? So, I’m a guest of Colonnara Viticultori in Cupramontana ~ In the Castelli di Jesi region of Le Marche. This day, we were having lunch at family Ristorante in a neighboring town. It was as authentic as it could possibly be. […]