For a little holiday table inspiration we’ve created a gift guide with a few of our favorite wines and recipe pairings.
The ultimate Thanksgiving wine! The 2018 Starscape Vineyard Gewurztraminer brightens the flavors of turkey while cutting through the richness of the meal.SHOP
Our favorite holiday pairing: Roasted Butternut Salad with Warm Cider Vinaigrette. This salad will be coming with us this year to our Thanksgiving celebration!SHOP
For those looking to serve an alternative to Turkey this holiday season, this wine pairs beautifully with Roasted Duck Breasts with Pomegranate Sauce. The sauce highlights the cranberry and cherry in the Pinot and the richness of the duck breast complements the earthy elements in the wine.SHOP
Holiday Shipping Deadlines
For guaranteed arrival by Thanksgiving, please place order by Sunday, November 24. For guaranteed arrival by Christmas, please place order by December 15 (Shipping is weather dependent and may require 2-day air shipping depending on location and temperatures)
We’re Breaking Out the Bubbles!
Featured Wine Tasting: Sparklings for your Holidays
Whether you are proposing a toast or wrapping up a meal with the perfect sweet treat, these sparklers will elevate your celebration and top off the perfect meal.
Saturday, December 7, 2019 from 12 - 4pm
Cartograph Tasting Room, 340 Center Street, Healdsburg, CA
My learning lesson this week in the vineyard: wind damaged vines (grrr). So our new vineyard is in a particular part of Sonoma county that is notorious for it's afternoon winds. Every afternoon with the precision of a Swiss watch, the winds start to blow and then finish their wailing around dusk. The effect of that in May when the canes are growing is cane breakage.
So, I spent an afternoon going row by row (108 rows) to pull off the wind damaged canes (damaged canes breakdown which leads to rot and other potential issues).
Holy eye opening experience from an agricultural side (i.e. how do we prevent this loss in the future?) and from a financial perspective (i.e. how do we prevent this loss in the future?). #vineyardlearning #livingthelife - Serena