Photos from the Soul to Souls dinner last night.
Louis and I are so excited to announce we will be pouring our wine at One Market in San Fransico on Wednesday, February 22nd for a pop up dinner celebrating Black History Month!
Check out “Soul to Souls” on their website http://www.onemarket.com for information, and to make reservations
We look forward to seeing you there!
We are happy to announce we have been chosen as one of ten wineries to pour wine at the third annual Sips and Sould at 1300 Filmore in San Francisco tonight celebrating Black History Month! Our 2008 will be matched with one of their food pairings. We will also be pouring our 2009, 2010, and 2011.
We have many things to be thankful for this year. One is that we can announce our 2007 is Sold Out!
We’d like to extend our gratitude to you our friends and family by offering a 40% discount on all of our remaining wines that have been released. We currently have 2008, 2009, & 2010 available in three bottles, 6 bottles, & cases. Just send us an email or call me @ 415-713-7185 by December 31, 2015.
May this Holiday Season be a joyous one for you and your family!
September 24th, 2014: Harvest started at 5:00 am this morning. The majority of it was done before sunrise using individual headlamps. As a result, this was the only picture that I had enough light to take.
This will be a year to remember. We harvested 2,014 pounds of grapes in 2014! That translates to 1.007 Ton of grapes! (A nod to James Bond) And, we finished just in time, as it started to rain. The grapes looked very good and are mighty tasty! I can’t wait to taste the juice when it is ready to be put in barrels, but for now, we have to wait.
Louis & I are so excited to announce that our 2007 Tympany Vineyards Cab was one of four premium wines selected to be included in the June shipment for the Healdsburg Jazz Festival Wine Club! All proceeds benefit the Healdsburg Jazz Festival. We poured tastes of our 2007 at both Charlie Musslewhite concerts, and at Erickson’s Fine Art Gallery.
On Friday May 30th, Louis & I bottled our 2011. Due to the weather, not to mention the large number of raccoons eating our grapes in 2011, we only ended up with 48 cases!