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Comment on Hiking and Wine Adventure: Finally visited BookCliff Vineyards in Boulder by runningwinegirl

Wed, 24 Oct 2012 21:12:20 +0000

Thank you! Feels good to be back and we should plan a road trip to Palisade in the spring!



Comment on Hiking and Wine Adventure: Finally visited BookCliff Vineyards in Boulder by Wine Harlots

Wed, 24 Oct 2012 21:09:15 +0000

Welcome back! Great write up makes me want to take a road trip to Colorado. All the best, Nannette Eaton



Comment on My Top 20 Virginia Wineries – with a twist by William Lightfoot

Thu, 19 Jul 2012 16:35:01 +0000

Hi Runningwinegirl, I'm enjoying your blog and thought you might be able to help me get the word out about a product I've designed with wine lovers in mind. It's Lightfoot's Original Winecrate Birdhouse/Gift Box. If you have a moment check them out on Facebook under Lightfoot's Creative Carpentry Shop or www.lightfootscreative.com and let me know your impression. Thanks a bunch, William



Comment on A Vertical Syrah Tasting in the Arizona Mountains at Keeling Schaefer Vineyards by Kathleen Benyak

Mon, 28 May 2012 15:32:18 +0000

Thanks for the wonderful write-up on KSV. So glad you enjoyed it. It was great to see you both days that weekend and hope to see you again soon. -Kathleen Benyak, Tasting Room Manager



Comment on A Delicious Pinot Noir Discovery for this Full-Bodied Wine Drinker by runningwinegirl

Wed, 09 May 2012 22:03:00 +0000

Thank you Ernest! I enjoyed your post on the Chilean Pinot. You are right sadly, many full bodied Pinot Noirs aren't price friendly. I love Oregon Pinots and will have to give the one you mention a try. Let me know what you think once you try Hahn. Cheers!



Comment on A Delicious Pinot Noir Discovery for this Full-Bodied Wine Drinker by whineandcheersforwine

Wed, 09 May 2012 21:58:58 +0000

I love full bodied Pinot Noir's but they are not always that easy to find and if they are found usually not exactly cheap. My favorite is Oregon's Lachini Vineyards but at $40.00+ a pop not my every day go to wine :) After reading your post I look forward to giving HAHN a try. Thank you. Ernest.



Comment on My First Arizona Winemaker Dinner & Introduction to Lawrence Dunham Vineyards by runningwinegirl

Thu, 03 May 2012 23:13:32 +0000

Thank you so much Peggy! I appreciate it. I'm so happy we got to talk and looking forward to seeing you again soon. I had so much fun and I plan to be writing a couple of times a week.



Comment on My First Arizona Winemaker Dinner & Introduction to Lawrence Dunham Vineyards by Peggy Fiandaca

Thu, 03 May 2012 23:09:40 +0000

Thank you so much for attending and writing such a wonderful review. It was great to spend time to get to know you better. Don't make it another year before you write your next blog post. Keep it up. Great job!



Comment on My Top 20 Virginia Wineries – with a twist by runningwinegirl

Thu, 08 Mar 2012 06:14:09 +0000

Thank you Rachel! Since I'm not sure where you are here are a couple of suggestions to look into: Breaux Vineyards, Tarara Winery and Sunset Hills - These are all in Loudon county and I've actually gone to all three in one day easily. Breaux is my favorite but all will handle a crowd and offer a range of wines for all palates. If you want to venture down 66, Chateau O'Brien is a must followed by Philip Carter and then Hume. Also along Rt. 66 and before Chateau O'Brian is Aspen Dale and Delaplane Cellars. Delaplane is past the road you'd take to Aspen Dale so I'd start at Delaplane and end at Aspen Dale. If it's a warm day, stop at Three Fox which you can't miss. Three Fox is a summer stop for me as they have one of the best outdoor tasting bars. If you want to venture a totally different direction, Gray Ghost, Narmada and Gadino Cellars are three great ones too. Start at Gadino as it's the farthest so best to start there and then head up to Naramada and Gray Ghost. You can't go wrong with Gray Ghost as there is a wine for all palates and the upstairs is so comfy and perfect entertaining if its chilly. The outside is perfect otherwise. I hope that helps you a little and have fun and stay safe!



Comment on My Top 20 Virginia Wineries – with a twist by Rachel

Thu, 08 Mar 2012 00:57:02 +0000

Hey! Great blog. Can you recommend three wineries for me to visit that are close together and fun for a birthday party?? Thanks so much!