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We’re excited to announce the latest addition to our wine family: Little Early One!
Vibrant aromas of plum synchronize with savory spices and roasted nuts. Flavors of strawberry-cherry jamminess, and cloves, build into violet, and dried apricot, and are followed by a polished finale of honey and fig.
Paris well with pasta, pizza, barbecued or smoked meats, and Mexican food.
Tempranillo [Temp-ra-knee-oh] is a famous Spanish grape variety used in many rich Spanish red wines. Primitivo [Pri-mi-tì-vo], originating in Greece and transported into Italy, is genetically the father to the well-loved Zinfandel grape. Both varietals need only a short growing season and their early ripening tendencies are the source of the name “little early one.”
We’re excited to pass on the news that the Spring Issue of the Ramona Valley Wine Region magazine is now available!
In the Spring Issue, the winners of the recent Finger Lakes Competition – Cactus Star Vineyard at Scaredy Cat Ranch and Woof’n Rose Winery – are showcased, along with articles on wine’s impact of oak and cork.
To read the latest issues, along with the archives, please visit the Ramona Valley Wine Region website at: www.ramonavalleywineregion.com.
The online edition of the magazine remains free but please support the magazine by purchasing a printed copy (more details available at the website above).
The Ramona Valley Winery Association is participating in the Annual Rib Fest with a stellar lineup of local wines:
- Chuparosa Vineyards
- Edwards Vineyard and Cellars
- Highland Hills Winery
- Kohill Winery
- Mahogany Mountain Vineyard and Winery
- Pamo Valley Winery
- Woof’n Rose Winery
It’s a great opportunity to talk these wineries and to taste award-winning wines being produced in our backyards! Adding to the fun, there will be a raffle and live music.
- What: Ramona Community Center 7th Annual Rib Fest Fundraiser
- Where: Ramona Community Center – 434 Aqua Lane, Ramona, CA (map)
- When: Saturday, June 2 from 11:00 am to 7:30 pm
- Dinner Tickets (All you can eat!): Adults – $15/ea, Kids: $2/ea
- Wine Tickets: $1 per 1 oz. Tasting, $5 per glass
For more information visit the Ramona Valley Vineyard Association website or call 760-789-0440.
William Anderson, Jr. builds creative marketing and communication programs for startups, businesses, and organizations. He has worked with a number of innovative companies, holding roles such as business development manager, marketing and sales director, and technology consultant.
William has been working with Pamo Valley Winery to increase their visibility to a broader audience via email campaigns, social media, and blogging. Over the past year, Pamo has seen a significant increase in sales and the members of the Pamo Valley Wine Club.
William enjoys bringing people and businesses together. He recently established a monthly meeting on the Upper West Side of Manhattan that provides a venue for people in the neighborhood who work from home to discuss their challenges and successes.
When not working, William enjoys a nice glass of Riesling, both playing and watching a passionate game of soccer, and enjoying life in New York City with his family. He can be found online at www.andersonjr.com or on Twitter (@wiljr).
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