With February comes the imminent promise of the end of frost, which we eagerly await here at Hallberg Ranch and Pinot Hill. It also evokes visions of the classic boxes of chocolates, bouquets of roses, and heart-speckled greeting cards of Valentine’s day.
What better time to reflect on expressions of love?
“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life,” said Confucius. And if you love your job, that’s great! But there should be things that you do purely for your own enjoyment and enrichment, too.
Although we aren’t able to host Yoga in the Vineyard right now, we hope this helps with bringing you some inspiration for getting your stretch on at home. Then enjoy a much earned glass of Pinot Noir after!
Winter weather has arrived in Sonoma County, the chill is very apparent where ever you go. Harvest is complete and the year is winding down, but there is still plenty going on at the ranch and in the cellar!
Sometimes the best Holiday gifts are the ones you make yourself! We’ve collected a bunch of DIY gift ideas, from cozies for bottles and glasses to cork trivets and garden markers, for all levels of crafters.
Every year in July our estate grown fruit begins veraison, their skins slowly transitioning from unripe green to Pinot Noir red. It’s the end of growth and the onset of ripening; a time when the acidity of the fruit begins to wane and sugars begin to accumulate. There’s a subtle change in the air of the vineyard, the promise of flavors and aromas on the cusp of becoming reality.
There are more reasons than ever to celebrate Sonoma County Wine Month in 2020—for starters, the fact that we can celebrate. So, we’re embracing the spirit of celebration by expanding our range of tasting experiences. Some of them are new, some are old favorites, and all are a salute to all things Pinot Noir!