We explore why the Bay Area is one of the most famous wine regions in the world. Hear the untold stories of the winemakers and winegrowers that put the Bay Area on the wine map.
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From the son of an immigrant farmworker to a Napa Valley vintner whose wines are served at the White House, Rolando Herrera is the perfect example of the "American Dream." "The Herreras named their winery “Mi Sueño, Spanish for “My Dream.” His message to future generations? “Dream big. Success doesn’t come overnight.”
Take a tour at one of the oldest family run wineries in Sonoma.
The movie, "Bottle Shock", portrays a historic moment for Napa Valley. Chateau Montelena winemaker Bo Barrett shares his thoughts about the movie.
Go behind the scenes of Wente Vineyard in Livermore vineyard during harvest season.
See Wine Country in the Fall
Join us on a virtual tour of the famed Chateau Montelena vineyard from the grapes to the glass.
From conventional farming to the natural wine movement, there are various ways people can farm while growing grapes in wine country.
Carolyn Wente's biggest challenge as CEO of Wente Vineyards in Livermore and the struggles she faced early on in the family business.
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