5 Reasons You Should Choose Sustainably Farmed Wine
Sustainable producers go further than simply looking at products applied in the vineyard, they take into account the entire vineyard ecosystem. A Certified Sustainable Winery embraces environmental sustainability, economic feasibility, and social equality.
Harvest Wrap Up With Niki Wente
In about a week, Harvest will be wrapping up—we are estimating sometime between the 9th and 13th of November.
PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff
Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) is in effect across many parts of the Bay Area, including areas of Alameda County due to weather conditions and wildfire risk.
Tips From The Top: One On One With Amy Hoopes
Amy Hoopes, president of the oldest, continuously operated family-owned winery in the country, Wente Family Estates, about her journey and best advice.
Review - 2017 Eric's Chardonnay
Now And Zin Wine, words on wine by Randy Fuller
Big fruit on the palate is met with crisp acidity, and the whole thing finishes long and clean.
Review - GSM: Old School Blend Made Modern
Winethropology: GSM: Old School Blend Made Modern
Bay Area GSM? Hey, if you want to discover something under-appreciated, you need to keep an open mind.
Good Libations: What's the difference between Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc?
Warm weather has arrived, and with it, folks will be searching for cool and refreshing white wines to try. Two of the most popular types of dry white wine are Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.
Sipping with Amy Hoopes, Wente Family Estates
Joining a tight multi-generational family business can be tough as an outsider, especially when the family is globally recognized for producing a hallmark brand, in this case California wines. But Amy Hoopes, a 20-year wine industry veteran has done it seamlessly as President of Wente Family Estates.
Bodega Cuarto Dominio of Argentina Partners with Wente Family Estates for Representation in the USA
“We are honored to represent the wines from Bodega Cuarto Dominio and are excited to grow these brands in the US market”, remarked Amy Hoopes, President of Wente Family Estates.