Whether it's oxalis in the sun or red rhodies in the rain
We're opening the Salamandre Cellar Door for a
Saturday, February 8, 2014
1 -5 PM at the Winery
Time to check out the 2011 Pinot and Coyote Cuvée
Last chance for some library Reds
Some sweet deals, too
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Yes, the days are getting longer
And that's no accident!
We celebrate the winter solstice in Death Valley
Where the long shadows on the shortest day
Beckon the Earth to tilt back toward the sun
And once again, the Earth obeyed!
Soon flowers are going to burst everywhere
But meanwhile, a little more rain would be nice
Of course, discriminating mushrooms prefer Primitivo
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Late Harvest Wines: A Stickie Adventure and Harvest Report 2012
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Wells Shoemaker MD
Salamandre's winemaker, Wells Shoemaker, has lugged a backpack
mountains in the desert, the tropics, the coastal ranges, and of
the granite peaks of Northern California for 30 years. As the years
passed, the natural harmony of nature, mischief, food, and wine have
some successful experiments with backcountry cooking, heavily featuring
Mediterranean themes. We're pleased to share a few suggestions, with
sheepish acknowledgment that they taste pretty good at home, too!
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