Trinchero Napa Valley Shines

Tasting Room at Trinchero Napa Valley

Facebook Instagram Youtube Linkedin Twitter Medium Rss Trinchero Napa Valley Shines Trinchero Napa Valley Getting a sneak peek into an incredibly successful family-owned wine estate is truly an honor, but when they do it on your birthday, it’s a special treat.  I had just that luck when I attended the press event for Trinchero Family […]

Napa Abstract Artist Penelope Moore: A Rare Gift

Penelope Moore is Napa Valley's Taste of Wine Artist

Facebook Instagram Youtube Linkedin Twitter Medium Rss Napa Abstract Artist Penelope Moore: A Rare Gift Penelope Moore takes on large format abstract Napa Wine & Art Featuring Napa Artist Who is Making a Name in the Abstract World. Napa Artist Penelope Moore Creates a Taste of Wine for the Visual Senses. It’s the perfect time […]

Secrets of the Changing Landscape of Tequila

David Ravandi, Founder 123 Tequila on The Wine Siren

Facebook Instagram Youtube Linkedin Twitter Medium Rss Secrets of the Changing Landscape of Tequila Tequila tells a story like the terroir of California wine. 123 Tequila by David Rivandi The nuances of a well made spirit can be quite profound and interesting. Improvements in the process and mavericks in the field are garnering a whole […]

Pinot Noir & Birds of Prey: Raptor Ridge Winery

Raptor Ridge Winery in Willamette Valley

Facebook Instagram Youtube Linkedin Twitter Medium Rss Pinot Noir& Birds of Prey: Raptor Ridge Winery Wine is a journey of the taste buds no matter where you travel or what crosses your lips. In this case, Pinot Noir. The simple act of opening a bottle, savoring the first aroma, the first taste, is a pleasure […]

The Fantasy Manifesto, Moving to Wine Country Part 3

The Wine Siren on her journey across an ocean

Facebook Instagram Linkedin Medium Twitter Youtube Rss The Fantasy Manifesto, Moving to Wine Country Part 3 As seen on Huffington Post Week 4 I stretch like a cat after a long nap in the sun. Sliding out of bed, I walk to the French doors, throw them open and walk out to to the lanai […]

Leaving Hawaii: End of the Unicorns & Rainbows

Kelly Mitchell, The Wine Siren on her transition from Hawaii

Facebook Instagram Youtube Linkedin Twitter Medium Rss Leaving Hawaii Anxiety. Week 1. It’s November. A stark transition from the sunny beaches of my now former island, Oahu.Leaving Hawaii felt necessary for a variety of reasons, but that’s another story…  We’re holed up in a motel in Petaluma. A motel that accepts pets. Specifically, one that […]

Scattered Sanity – From Hawaii to Wine Country

Kelly Mitchell on the first stages of leaving Hawaii after 36 years.

In this case, the first trip, stumble, wipeout, and smear across the road. Perfect is not a word I aspire to, “perfecting” is one I embrace when it comes to life. I took my life of 36 years living on an island in the middle of the Pacific, from overly comfortable, safe and known and […]