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Vino in my Dino

Julie 3-31-15The name Vino in my Dino comes from my earliest memory of wine at our dining room table when I was 4 years old. I had my Flintstones tableware along with my Dino cup-my parents would pour a tiny bit of Zinfandel and then add water. I asked them why they put water in my vino-it just didn’t taste good. I have been passionate about wine ever since.

I am a third generation family member/owner of Pedroncelli Winery and the office I inhabit is my childhood bedroom. I have the good fortune to look out on the same vineyard view as I have for some five decades. And I never tire of what I see. My husband Ed calls this Pedroncelli World Headquarters. I call it home. Growing up at the winery gave me life experiences I still appreciate. Agriculture, sales, marketing, weather, climate, land purchases, sunsets (a family favorite) and Sunday dinners.

I hope you’ll stop by often and appreciate my view of the wine world and together we’ll sip some Vino in my Dino.

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Varietally Speaking: Zinfandel

My posts for the month of May will be about the grapes we grow on our vineyards here in Dry Creek Valley. The first one is dedicated to Zinfandel, naturally.

Written by Julie Pedroncelli St. John

Wrapping up Down to Earth Month

Sustainability is a way of life for all of us, making sure future generations enjoy what we enjoy: clean air, plentiful water and an abundant earth.

Written by Julie Pedroncelli St. John

All in the Family

Last Thursday April 23 was ‘Take Your Daughter/Son to Work Day’. I also attended a focus group on family business succession on the same day. It struck me how early family involvement is the key to spanning generations.

Written by Julie Pedroncelli St. John

Flora & Fauna

Down to Earth Month posts continue with a look at the land around us-outside of the vineyards and winery buildings.

Written by Julie Pedroncelli St. John

Winery Ops

Earth Day Post. A look at what we have done with our winery practices. Making our carbon footprint smaller one step at a time.

Written by Julie Pedroncelli St. John

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