Monthly Archives: July 2009

Elegant Napa Cabs for a Special Occasion

As a wine professor, my Millennial students often ask me for advice on buying an expensive bottle of wine for a special occasion.  Sometimes it is a guy who wants to impress a girlfriend, or a group of friends who … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Millennials Analyze Wine Blogs – Inspired by the Wine Blogger’s Conference

Right now I’m at the 2009 Wine Blogger’s Conference at the Flamingo Hotel in Santa Rosa, California.  It was while I was at this same conference last year that I was inspired to launch a wine blog research project with … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Ross Valley Winery – A Millennial Favorite Tasting Room

(By guest author, Angela Atkinson)  One of my favorite winery tasting rooms is a small, locally owned and operated winery in downtown San Anselmo.  It has provided customers with some great wines since 1987. The winery has a warm and inviting … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Professor Picks – Refreshing Summer Wines by the Pool

With the hot weather we’ve been having this summer in Sonoma County and other parts of California, I had a craving to taste some summer wines such as dry roses and off-dry muscats. I’m sure that some of this had … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Little Vineyards – A Favorite Millennial Winery

(By guest author:  Alyssa Auerbach)  Little Vineyards Family Winery is located on Highway 12 next to B.R. Cohen. It is a very small family owned and operated boutique winery specializing in handcrafted reds. The winery is somewhat hidden from the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment