Harvest: Like a Game of Chess

by Enologist Michelle Zentmyer Moss “I will sing a song of battlePlanned in days long past and over.Men of skill and science set itOn a plain of eight divisions,And designed in squares all chequered.” The Song of Chess by Abraham ibn Ezra Punch downs and pump overs and brix checks, oh my! Harvest is well…

Meet Our 2021 Harvest Crew

by Wine Club Manager Jillian Oksen Another year has gone by and our 2021 harvest is upon us. Over the years, you may have met our wonderful tasting room staff, but I would like to introduce you to our harvest crew. These are the amazing people that make the award-winning wines you enjoy with family…

El Paso de Robles – “The Pass of the Oaks”

For this months blog post we thought you might enjoy learning a little of the area that we love to call home (we certainly enjoyed doing the research for the blog).  The city’s full name is El Paso de Robles which is generally shortened to Paso Robles, with differing versions of how to pronounce it….

Nikiara

The harvest season is well underway and what better way to celebrate than to open a bottle of your favorite wine? At Le Vigne Winery, that often means popping the cork on a Nikiara, our Bordeaux-style blend. For this month’s blog post, we decided to take a close look as to what makes this wine…

Wine Barrel 101

Throughout the world, the oak wine barrel remains one of the most recognizable symbols associated with wine. We have romanticized the barrel and the act of aging wine inside of it to such a degree, that after the barrels have been used for their intended purpose they are often turned into tables, chairs, planters, ice…