#WinePW Joined in the Celebration When the theme for December's #WinePW was up for grabs, I had to jump in and suggest Cabernet Franc. Since #CabFrancDay was the weekend prior (December 4th) to the chat, I thought it was perfect
a long, long time ago, before Michael and Lori fell in love with the Central Coast, they walked into Wm. Harrison Winery in Napa Valley. The fair maiden behind the counter told them they had to try this special potion called
#CabFrancDay is finally  here! Today's post is short and sweet. In fact, there is just a video for you to enjoy! The wonderful life of Cabernet Franc, from vine to bottle in Paso Robles, CA. Join us tonight at 8pm EST
If you are reading this post, then you know that we produce Cabernet Franc. You may also know that I created #CabFrancDay to celebrate the much underappreciated grape varietal. I am on a mission to give Cabernet Franc the respect
In case you haven't heard, December 4th is #CabFrancDay! We will be celebrating all day on Twitter, Google +, Periscope, and Instagram posts with Cabernet Franc facts. Then at 8pm EST, we will have a twitter chat. All you need
My child arrived just the other day He came to the world in the usual way. Cross Pollination is the usual way for this Father and Son relationship. Cabernet Sauvignon is the son of Cabernet Franc. "The world's most renowned
Sunday, December 4th will be the second annual #CabFrancDay. All day we will be tweeting facts about Cabernet Franc. We will culminate the day with a twitter chat beginning at 8pm EST and a virtual tasting at 9pm EST. My
Cabernet Franc is an essential blending grape, found primarily in  Bordeaux-style blends. Cabernet Franc was primarily used as the third and smallest minority ingredient in the production of the coveted Bordeaux blend. Cabernet Franc helps create meritage magic with its
I am so excited.  I just found out that I finally have my own holiday! Wow! It appears that there is a lot of love out there for me. Maybe, could it be, that I'm not as underappreciated as I originally
Wine is special to us. Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Malbec, Zinfandel, Syrah. Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Gewürztraminer. These are all very common grape varietals and they are all relatives of each other. [bctt tweet="Wine gets its flavor mostly from the grape