Special guests from DFV Wines will present to us. Visit them at www.dfvwines.com
Please bring a “wine Snack”
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Bruce G. Hurst
Division Manager – New England
Napa Valley vs. The rest. A taste of Terroir.
I will try to show how the differences of the climate and area show differently in the regions. Napa Valley vs. Monterey and others.
DFV Wines is a family-owned winery committed to its 80+ year California winemaking and winegrowing heritage.
Three generations of the Indelicato family have overseen vineyard operations and winemaking at their California properties, maintaining the unparalleled standards for which they are known.
DFV Wines' Family Farmed philosophy reflects its unwavering dedication to environmentally sensitive and economically
sustainable business practices.
DFV Wines answers the consumer demand for enjoyable, mindfully grown, intelligently vinified wines suitable for every occasion.
Today, DFV Wines is one of the leading family winegrowers in America, with members of the second and third generation
actively involved in the business. The winery harvests some of the most diverse and desirable vineyard estates across the top regions of California. These range from San Bernabe Vineyard in Monterey, one of California's oldest grape-growing regions, to Clay
Station, a remarkable vineyard property located in the rolling, sunny foothills in Lodi.
The Indelicato family is devoted to its California winemaking heritage of family farming, environmentally sensitive
winegrowing practices and economically sustainable principles. It is with an eye for the continued success of the family winery, and the success of their business partners, that they have developed a strategic direction that protects and enhances the things
they hold most dear – family, farming and quality wine for consumers.