Happy Harvest 2018 ! The following dates have been set for The Wine Foundry 2018 harvest Crushcamp and vineyard visits. Space is limited and available on first come fist serve basis only
Our very own Stuart Ake at the 2018 Beaver creek Wine & Spirits Festival, discussing winemaking on TV8 Good Morning Veil
So you want to make some wine? Good on you. There is no better way to learn about wine than to make it.
But let’s say that, like many of us, you lack the capital to invest in prime vineyard land, superior winemaking facilities, fancy consultants, brand designers and distributors. Welcome to the club. Fortunately there is a way to dip a toe into the wine world and make your own wine without spending a fortune. And great wine at that.
Humanitas Wines, The Wine Foundry, Passport Approved Tour, Blue Note Napa, Heritage Eats and Hampton Inn & Suites are hosting this night of music, food and wine as a kick-off fundraiser for the Arts Council Napa Valley Education Alliance, to support the Arts Education Master Plan for local public schools.
At The Wine Foundry, a nearly 30,000-case custom-crush and custom winery in Napa, general manager Steve Ryan was attracted most by GOfermentor’s potential environmental benefits and the ability to control oxygen exposure, seeing it as useful for smaller projects, blending lots and trials on new potential vineyard sources
The Wine Foundry has a pristine winery in southern Napa where customers are welcome to visit and take part. Its staff is good enough that several professional wineries make wine there, including Matthiasson (which makes some of the best white wines in Napa Valley) and Krupp Brothers
October 8th marks the official launch of our Tasting Room. Join us. With wines crafted from the most prestigious vineyards in the New World and a modern Tasting Room featuring floor-to-ceiling visibility into winery floor, we’re eager to put our unique spin on the Napa Valley experience
When William Florescu, general director of Milwaukee’s Florentine Opera, raises a glass on the opening night of Gaetano Donizetti’s “The Elixir of Love,” he’ll toast the opera with the Florentine’s own wine. The Florentine Reserve, produced by The Wine Foundry in Napa, California, is a classic Bordeaux blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petite Verdot, says marketing and communications director Richard Clark.
The Wine Foundry today announced the launch of the Foundry Wine Club, (http://www.FoundryWineClub.com) a new wine club that connects consumers with boutique, ultra premium California wines that are unavailable in stores. The new wine club will feature three offerings: 90+ Club, Napa Cab Club and Wines to Watch.
Example of a sharing-economy business model is The Wine Foundry The Wine Foundry is a one-stop shop for custom wine production. The company offers a full range of services, from fruit sourcing to label design.