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So. Much. Excitement! Photo by Jason Tinacci

It’s great to be in Napa Valley any time of year, but this week is a bit more colorful, glamorous, and generous. Auction Napa Valley begins Thursday, June 2nd, and runs through Sunday, June 5th. This is one of the…

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With wine making and wedding planning, one thing is always true: It’s all about the details! Both making wine and planning a wedding are such fun creative processes, and we love seeing how brides and grooms find fun and unique…

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Viva Moscato!

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WARNING: Consumption of this product may cause uncontrollable humming, skipping and dancing. Happy Moscato Day! Millions of folks on the northern side of the Mediterranean Sea from Portugal and Spain to Italy and Greece can’t be wrong as it is…

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Vineyards and wineries have long evoked notions of romance. Their rustic, vintage charm and earthy atmosphere create a magical setting unlike any other. It’s no surprise that an increasing number of brides-to-be are jumping on the winery wedding bandwagon these…

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Weddings are truly joyous occasions. The dresses, the food, reuniting with friends and family, and all the other details that come together in a wedding, all add up to a really great party. Weddings are more than just a fun…

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Spring Weddings Are In The Air at V. Sattui!

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We can hardly contain ourselves as our spring weddings are right around the corner! A huge thank you to photographers: Ken Viale, Richard Wood, and Marie A Rummel, for sharing the images below.  Their artful eyes capture the magic of…

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Celebrate Big!

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‘Tis the season to celebrate, and show friends and family how much we care about them.  We encourage you to THINK BIG! Large format bottles are the unsung heroes of the wine industry. Not only do they make an impression…

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New Year’s Eve Party in a Box!

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New Year’s Eve. It’s happening. And all you need to know is bubbles, bubbles, bubbles… and brandy?? We’ve put together a fool-proof celebration box to cover your New Year’s Eve celebration: 2011 Prestige Cuvée This sparkling wine is like getting the…

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Help a Child- Receive a Free Tasting

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It’s that time of year when we all want to “do good”.  Maybe it’s the crazy things happening in our world, maybe it’s the colder weather that forces us to be inside with each other longer, or maybe it’s because…

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Recipe: Filet Mignon with Morel Mushrooms

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A great Cabernet calls for a great cut of meat; cooked to perfection and paired with a smooth sauce and succulent side dishes. Our favorite side dishes for this recipe are creamy polenta and asparagus, and we love pairing this…

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Not Your Usual Turkey Leftover Recipe

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Happy Thanksgiving!  We hope you are enjoying some time with friends, family, and of course, some great V. Sattui wine!  Think you might have some turkey leftover after your big feast tomorrow?  We enlisted some help from local chef John…

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Picture of bunches of Syrah grapes, at the Caliterra vineyard in Santa Cruz, epicenter of the Colchagua valley, some 160 km south from Santiago, on March 15, 2008. The Grape Harvest Festival began in March in many vineyards, where the white stocks like Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc are the first to be harvested, followed by the red ones like Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and ending with the Carmenere, which is said to be Chile's emblematic stock, after phylloxera made it disappear from France, the only other country in which such stock existed. AFP PHOTO/MARTIN BERNETTI (Photo credit should read MARTIN BERNETTI/AFP/Getty Images)

A terrible blight (read mold) called Powdery Odium ravaged much of France in the mid 1800’s. By the time this disease was eradicated, the vines were weakened and set up for the next scourge which was even worse. It was…

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ROTA’S RAMBLINGS ON WINE: Che Syrah Syrah

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The headwaters for the Rhone River rise out of the snowpack in the Swiss Alps flowing west and south passing some of the highest vineyards in the world.  In fact, THE highest vineyard at 3600 feet is the Visperterminen Vineyard…

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In just a few short weeks we’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving, (sheesh- where does the time go?).  This can be such a difficult holiday.  Sharing a table with family members who know how to push our buttons with opposing political, religious,…

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