Hey San Diego wine shopping fans I want to introduce you to another great value sure to please even the most finicky of palates and it's what some call the poor man’s Rombauer wondering what I mean by that? Good question, if you had an opportunity to taste or drink Rombauer Chardonnay, you know exactly what I mean. For example a writer who uses lots of puns but isn't very funny [like me] would be a poor man's Oscar Wilde. If you are Wente … more
"Hi, this Bill Eyer owner of this blog and I hope you will take a moment to visit my wine blog and let me know what you think, good, bad or indifferent! What you will find there are reviews of wine, … more
The Winery: was established by Carl Wente in 1883 on 47 acres of land. Having received training in wines while working for Charles Krug of Napa Valley, Wente purchased a few vineyards and land of excellent soil. In 1935 his sons, Ernest and Herman, introduced California's first varietal wine label, Sauvignon Blanc. The efforts of the Wente family, including pioneering night-time mechanical harvesting, have helped establish the Livermore Valley as one of the premier wine-growing areas of California. Since then, it has expanded to over 2,000 acres (8 km²), plus an additional 700 acres (3 km²) in Arroyo Seco.