2007 Pinot Days – Part 1


The 3rd annual Pinot Days, held in San Francisco’s Fort Mason Event Center, showcases some of the finest artisans making Pinot today. Organizers Steve and Lisa Rigisich and Eric and Teri White continue to tweak this event, and with blind tastings, grand tastings and seminars, it is one of the must-attend Pinot Noir festivals during the year.

Interviews include: (Click Below for Web Links)

– Kevin Hamel – Pellegrini Family Vineyards/Hamel Wines (Russian River Valley)
– Kathleen Inman – Inman Family Wines (Russian River Valley)
– Mike Sullivan – Benovia Winery (Russian River Valley)
– Rod Berglund – Joseph Swan (Russian River Valley)
– Anthony Filiberti – Anthill Farms Winery (Russian River Valley)
– Kent Humphrey – Eric Kent Wines (Russian River Valley)
– David Dain – Dain Wines (Russian River Valley – Crushpad)
– Bob Ruskin – Lost Canyon Winery (Oakland)

For more info on the 2008 Pinot Days: www.pinotdays.com

Sponsor: CRUSHPAD: www.crushpadwine.com

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1 Response to “2007 Pinot Days – Part 1”

  1. 1 Craig James Mar 17th, 2008 at 7:23 pm

    I love the shows on Pinot Noir. I cant seem to get enough. The international stuff was very nice but I feel more at home with all these wines from California. The wines of Joesph Swan have always been a favorite but I will have to try some of these new ones you interviewed.

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