Tag Archives: Mourvedre

Happiness is Picking Community Over Competitive Edge

Around a month ago, just before the Paso Robles masterclass kicked off here in New York City, I was able to hear the story of renowned importer Robert Haas, who passed away earlier this year, as told by Robert’s son, … Continue reading

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A Life of Intention

“It is a visit of intention” said Nicole Carter, Director of Winemaking at Hess Family Wine Estates. She was talking about their mother ship winery founded by the living legend Donald Hess that was perched on Mount Veeder in Napa Valley – … Continue reading

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The Truest Sense of Place within Yourself

I think most people have a need to fit in, to belong – we have a desire to be a part of something bigger than ourselves. I’m sure there are exceptions, like people suffering from narcissistic disorders, etc., but I … Continue reading

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If We Try to Deny the Bad and the Ugly, We Eventually Stop Recognizing the Good

As I was surrounded by a sea of varying colors of green, I had to remind myself to keep on the well-trodden path as there could have been some remaining undiscovered active landmines… although less likely in the year 2017, … Continue reading

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