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I stumbled upon a wonderful hidden treasure along the Dry Creek Valley Wine Road: Yoakim Bridge Winery. I have passed by the gates many times driving out to the lake or out toward some far out wineries but never took

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Meet Debbie, our Office Manager and mother hen extraordinaire.   She makes sure we are all fed and keep hydrated while managing the important office details. You can find Debbie making smoothies before she takes on an extensive tasks. She overseas

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I am often asked the question “what do you do exactly?” as a follow up to “where do you work?” Most people know we exist but don’t actually know what we do.  “It must be nice being in your slow

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Want to feel good and feed your community? Volunteer at the Redwood Empire Food Bank!   Wine Road volunteered their time at the Redwood Empire Food Bank (Wine Road’s main donation recipient) by packing bags of food for the 78,000

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I don’t know if you’ve been on Pinterest lately, but that is a place you can find all of these great DIY projects. We have all seen the corkboard but there are a ton of other repurpose ideas. Most cork

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In September we celebrate Labor Day, kids go back to school, and the wineries work hard through Harvest but we should also take the time to raise our glass to… wine.  September is California Wine Month and we want to

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Welcome, Meghan! Wine Road is proud to present their newest member of the family, Meghan Vanderford.  You will see Meghan helping to fine-tune the Wine Road machine. Writing, editing, and tackling projects, Meghan is making all of our lives a

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It’s different. It’s new. It’s time to schedule in wine on your new calendar. This year, Wine Road is releasing the first ever Wine & Food Affair Calendar for this year’s annual event. Usually, a cookbook is handed out to

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We want you to enjoy your tasting experience. So here are 5 tips on what traits to avoid in a tasting room so as to enhance that experience for everyone. The Fountain We encourage you to use the spit buckets –

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Along the Wine Road Press Tour, we made our first stop at D’Argenzio.  This very small production father-daughter winery focuses on Italian varietals and has fun making them.  With over 20 different varietals and only a 2,000 case production annually,

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