The owner, Amy Senew, listed the 9-acre property at $1.5 million. The winery produces whites, reds and apple-based wine.
Wines To India Senew and her former husband, Courtney Brown, bought the property in 2007 from Sherman Haight, a wealthy Litchfield resident who carved the vineyard out of a much larger, 165-acre tract he owned. When it opened in 1975, the vineyard was known as the Haight Vineyard.
Grover Vineyards India Senew, who took sole ownership in 2010, said Monday that she always had another full-time job and that operating the vineyard came on top of that. She said she decided to sell because she wanted more leisure time, and now that she is remarried, the couple is considering moving south at some point.
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“It was the Garden State long before anyone knew it would be a vineyard state,” Cassidy said.
Wine Prices In India With family in France — she’s a second generation French American — many of her relatives had small vineyards on their properties.
Wines To India “It was the Garden State long before anyone knew it would be a vineyard state,” Cassidy said.
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Is this the most common phrase in winemaking speak? Tell us your unique story instead of the phrases every other producer uses, says Wine-Searcher editor Rebecca Gibb .
Wine Club India This semester, the compulsory paper for all oenology students is “Winemaking Patter”. In order to graduate, all students must learn phrases that they will regale to winery visitors in the future.
Wine Business In India The syllabus will cover phrases such as “overdelivering on quality" or "an obsessive commitment to quality", “hang time” and the current must-have expression: “Wine is made in the vineyard.” Of course, the latter phrase should not be taken literally. Have you not learned anything in the last three years of study? We all need that reverse osmosis machine in a bad vintage – sorry, a “winemaker’s vintage.” Admittedly this module in a winemaking degree is fictitious but one too many utterances of “wine is made in the vineyard” from the owner of a Bordeaux classified growth inspired this column.
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Whether hosting winery guests or supplying fruit to its grape customers, “we are the classic model,” said Farella.
Wines From India That business model seems to have paid off. Farella vineyard and winery celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.
Wine Club India When Tom Farella’s father, Frank, purchased his 56 acres in the rocky eastern hills of Napa back in 1976, the area wasn’t yet known as the Coombsville American Viticultural Area. Frank just knew he wanted to make great wine in a beautiful place, explained Tom Farella.
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