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  • As Laguna Beach’s only restaurant located on the sand, The Deck on Laguna offers you something extra. From the decadent culinary and cocktail creations to spoiling yourself with a private oceanfront Bungalow, they have the perfect combination for your ultimate oceanfront experience.

Pacific Edge Hotel's beachside deck is a festive spot for American seafood & colorful cocktails @deckonlaguna
  • As Laguna Beach’s only restaurant located on the sand, The Deck on Laguna offers you something extra. From the decadent culinary and cocktail creations to spoiling yourself with a private oceanfront Bungalow, they have the perfect combination for your ultimate oceanfront experience.

    Pacific Edge Hotel's beachside deck is a festive spot for American seafood & colorful cocktails @deckonlaguna
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  • Champagne Jacquesson Avize Grand Cru - Recolte 1996🌟🥂
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  • Deep inside the cellars, the bottles embark on a long period of maturation – a key phase in Champagne making in which the cellar play a critical role by keeping the wines at a relatively constant temperature of 12°C (54°F)🍇
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  • Deep inside the cellars, the bottles embark on a long period of maturation – a key phase in Champagne making in which the cellar play a critical role by keeping the wines at a relatively constant temperature of 12°C (54°F)🍇
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  • It’s New Wine Wednesday and I am thrilled to share these classic varietals with you on the blog soon.  Truchard has been a favorite of mine for several years and they produce consistent quality time and time again.  Cheers! 🍷
  • It’s New Wine Wednesday and I am thrilled to share these classic varietals with you on the blog soon. Truchard has been a favorite of mine for several years and they produce consistent quality time and time again. Cheers! 🍷
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  • Napa Fact # 29
Mustard Blooms. 
Often people ask about the rows of mustard plants growing all over the valley.. A welcoming carpet of yellow framing the dormant grape wines in winter.

In 1823, the first Spanish and Mexican exploration party entered Napa Valley. Its goal, purportedly, was to find a suitable mission site.
Led by Don Francisco Castro and Jose Sanches, a Mexican army ensign, the small party also included a Jesuit priest, Father Jose Altimura. Altimura is said to have introduced the mustard plant into the local landscape.
There are two version to this story. 
The first one claims the priest loved the condiment so much he scattered mustard seeds everywhere he went, including Napa Valley
According to the second version, Altimura was said to have a poor sense of direction. Those who tell this story underscore his inability by saying, "Altimura could get lost in a closet."
Reportedly, Altimura made every attempt to conceal his challenge in order to preserve his job and reputation.
The legend claims Altimura would leave a broad, but discreet, trail consisting of a large swath of mustard seeds whenever he had to venture away from the expedition party or their encampment. The legend points out his plan was apparently a success, as Altimura always found his way back to his fellow explorers.
The bright yellow blooms of the mustard plant are a perennial reminder of Altimura's time in Napa Valley - and his imaginative solution to his secret dilemma.

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  • Napa Fact # 29
    Mustard Blooms.
    Often people ask about the rows of mustard plants growing all over the valley.. A welcoming carpet of yellow framing the dormant grape wines in winter.

    In 1823, the first Spanish and Mexican exploration party entered Napa Valley. Its goal, purportedly, was to find a suitable mission site.
    Led by Don Francisco Castro and Jose Sanches, a Mexican army ensign, the small party also included a Jesuit priest, Father Jose Altimura. Altimura is said to have introduced the mustard plant into the local landscape.
    There are two version to this story.
    The first one claims the priest loved the condiment so much he scattered mustard seeds everywhere he went, including Napa Valley
    According to the second version, Altimura was said to have a poor sense of direction. Those who tell this story underscore his inability by saying, "Altimura could get lost in a closet."
    Reportedly, Altimura made every attempt to conceal his challenge in order to preserve his job and reputation.
    The legend claims Altimura would leave a broad, but discreet, trail consisting of a large swath of mustard seeds whenever he had to venture away from the expedition party or their encampment. The legend points out his plan was apparently a success, as Altimura always found his way back to his fellow explorers.
    The bright yellow blooms of the mustard plant are a perennial reminder of Altimura's time in Napa Valley - and his imaginative solution to his secret dilemma.

    Napa Bee Driven - Best of Napa Valley 2018
    Honorable Mention Best Tour Service
    Call us and see why! (707) 637-4115
    info@napabeedriven.com

    Knowledgable - Personable - Local Guides
    TCP permit number PS00036266

    #springincali #refresh #connect
    #valleyoaks #winetours #napavalley #napabeedriven #redwine #designateddriver #1forareason #bestofwinecountry2018 #friendsrule #winemakerslife
    #1forareason
    #wine #napabeedriven #winetasting #Wino #designateddriversnapa #napawinery #winetour #winerytour #designateddriver #visitnapavalley #bucketlist #californiadreaming #winterwonderland #winterinthevineyard .

    Always ask if your tour company has a Public Utilities Commission permit.
    Committed to your safely and enjoyment.
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  • MATTINATA FREISA

Quando fuori fa quel freddo che ti stringe alla base del collo, la nuca, giù per le spalle appena perlate di un sudore congelato. E sotto le coperte hai invece raggiunto quel soffice tepore di piuma d’oca e pigiama di cotone grosso. Anche i piedi sono caldi, dopo il dramma del primo infilarsi, quando quello che ora è un covo di calore corporeo era un gelido sarcofago. Quei lunghi secondi in cui spingi i piedi tra materasso e piumone, intonsi da settimane in cui la casa è stata chiusa ad accumulare freddo, silenzio e ristagno d’umidità, sapendo del gelo che ti aspetta in fondo al letto, ma ripetendoti di avere pazienza e confidare che presto svanirà. E anche se quel brivido freddo ti schizza dritto su per le ossa fino a sentirtelo stringere in mezzo agli occhi, come una pinza che stringe il setto nasale, continui ad aver fiducia. Sempre più, sempre più, fino a quando poi arriva, lo riconosci. Come se il sangue riprendesse a scorrere, a farsi forza fino all’ultimo capillare, portando con sé il calore. E anzi, dopo un po’ ti fai spavaldo e da immobile che eri, dopo aver riscaldato una piccola zona intorno ai tuoi piedi immobili, inizi ad esplorare e conquistare al calore un raggio di letto sempre più ampio. Signore, ormai, del tuo riparo.
Dormi finché arriva il giorno, dannazione.
Perché ora si tratta di lasciare quell’oasi ormai conquistata.
Ora, la Freisa di Giuseppe Mascarello è un vino che se vi capita di mangiare una pizza di quelle belle saporite, potrà darvi sincero piacere. Ma se una mattina come quella di cui prima, vi capita di aver lasciato una bottiglia di vino e un bicchiere a portata di braccio che sporge dal letto, l’augurio che posso farvi è che quella bottiglia sia proprio la Freisa di Mascarello. Fresca e intensa, dolce e con un bel caratterino. Un po’ ti scuote, un po’ ti coccola. 
A me è appena capitato ed è bellissimo. Oggi farò tutto con calma, leggerezza, amore. W la Freisa.

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  • MATTINATA FREISA

    Quando fuori fa quel freddo che ti stringe alla base del collo, la nuca, giù per le spalle appena perlate di un sudore congelato. E sotto le coperte hai invece raggiunto quel soffice tepore di piuma d’oca e pigiama di cotone grosso. Anche i piedi sono caldi, dopo il dramma del primo infilarsi, quando quello che ora è un covo di calore corporeo era un gelido sarcofago. Quei lunghi secondi in cui spingi i piedi tra materasso e piumone, intonsi da settimane in cui la casa è stata chiusa ad accumulare freddo, silenzio e ristagno d’umidità, sapendo del gelo che ti aspetta in fondo al letto, ma ripetendoti di avere pazienza e confidare che presto svanirà. E anche se quel brivido freddo ti schizza dritto su per le ossa fino a sentirtelo stringere in mezzo agli occhi, come una pinza che stringe il setto nasale, continui ad aver fiducia. Sempre più, sempre più, fino a quando poi arriva, lo riconosci. Come se il sangue riprendesse a scorrere, a farsi forza fino all’ultimo capillare, portando con sé il calore. E anzi, dopo un po’ ti fai spavaldo e da immobile che eri, dopo aver riscaldato una piccola zona intorno ai tuoi piedi immobili, inizi ad esplorare e conquistare al calore un raggio di letto sempre più ampio. Signore, ormai, del tuo riparo.
    Dormi finché arriva il giorno, dannazione.
    Perché ora si tratta di lasciare quell’oasi ormai conquistata.
    Ora, la Freisa di Giuseppe Mascarello è un vino che se vi capita di mangiare una pizza di quelle belle saporite, potrà darvi sincero piacere. Ma se una mattina come quella di cui prima, vi capita di aver lasciato una bottiglia di vino e un bicchiere a portata di braccio che sporge dal letto, l’augurio che posso farvi è che quella bottiglia sia proprio la Freisa di Mascarello. Fresca e intensa, dolce e con un bel caratterino. Un po’ ti scuote, un po’ ti coccola.
    A me è appena capitato ed è bellissimo. Oggi farò tutto con calma, leggerezza, amore. W la Freisa.

    Su @lungarnofirenze coi disegni di @fakeplasticgirl
    #lungarno #firenze #freisa #giuseppemascarello #piemonte #vino #wine #redwine #winelover #italianwine #mascarello
  • 2 0 4 minutes ago
  • I love a bottle of wine that makes you say "Cahors, that was bloody good" This one Cot me off guard as it was much softer and rounder than I expected but this is no bad thing.
Whilst we know Malbec from Argentina it is (SPOILER ALERT) French in origin. It's still grown in Bordeaux in small quantities. It arrived in Argentina in the 1850's with Michel Pouget and has made a real name for itself.
Known as Cot it has been making 'the black wine of Cahors' for some time. Plantings of Malbec in the area increased after the frosts of '56 (we all remember how that turned out)
The success of Malbec in Argentina is great for Cahors as it gives them an opening to (marketing bullshit) totally engage the core millennial demographic target marget user. Something like that.
We love Malbec and so it gives the region an opening with today's drinkers.
Cahors is a region of 4200 hectares 160 clicks east of Bordeaux. It's the only region in SW France to not use the Cabernets Sauvignon or Franc.
It's dry here & relatively disease free. A certain amount of hydric stress encourages phenolics & enhances quality.
There are two main soil types (Yeah! Rocks!) A limestone plateau & then 3 gravel terraces as you approach the banks of the River Lot. The region itself runs for 25 miles along this waterway. Gravel gives a lighter & more lively wine whilst the limestine gives fuller, deeper & richer styles.
This is more gravel driven & as such is bright & fresh. One lady tonight was not such a fan of Malbec (we had very stern words) but she loved this softer & slightly playful style.
Cahors as a minimum is 70% Malbec & can use Tannat & Merlot in the mix too.
This was a lovely wine for those suffering from Malbec fatigue (sort yourselves out) & won over the crowd. Surprisingly good with Boeuf Bourguignon.

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  • I love a bottle of wine that makes you say "Cahors, that was bloody good" This one Cot me off guard as it was much softer and rounder than I expected but this is no bad thing.
    Whilst we know Malbec from Argentina it is (SPOILER ALERT) French in origin. It's still grown in Bordeaux in small quantities. It arrived in Argentina in the 1850's with Michel Pouget and has made a real name for itself.
    Known as Cot it has been making 'the black wine of Cahors' for some time. Plantings of Malbec in the area increased after the frosts of '56 (we all remember how that turned out)
    The success of Malbec in Argentina is great for Cahors as it gives them an opening to (marketing bullshit) totally engage the core millennial demographic target marget user. Something like that.
    We love Malbec and so it gives the region an opening with today's drinkers.
    Cahors is a region of 4200 hectares 160 clicks east of Bordeaux. It's the only region in SW France to not use the Cabernets Sauvignon or Franc.
    It's dry here & relatively disease free. A certain amount of hydric stress encourages phenolics & enhances quality.
    There are two main soil types (Yeah! Rocks!) A limestone plateau & then 3 gravel terraces as you approach the banks of the River Lot. The region itself runs for 25 miles along this waterway. Gravel gives a lighter & more lively wine whilst the limestine gives fuller, deeper & richer styles.
    This is more gravel driven & as such is bright & fresh. One lady tonight was not such a fan of Malbec (we had very stern words) but she loved this softer & slightly playful style.
    Cahors as a minimum is 70% Malbec & can use Tannat & Merlot in the mix too.
    This was a lovely wine for those suffering from Malbec fatigue (sort yourselves out) & won over the crowd. Surprisingly good with Boeuf Bourguignon.

    #wine #winelover #winedrinker #winetasting #winemerchant #wineeducator #winenerd #corkdork #winetime #wineoclock #instawine #winestagram #winesofinstagram #winesof2019 #drinkbetterwine #wineporn #winereview #wineeducation #winepuns #France #Frenchwine #redwine #Malbec #Cahors
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