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2014 Fall Newsletter is Here!

Under blue moon I saw you
So soon you'll take me
Up in your arms
Too late to beg you or cancel it
Though I know it must be the killing time
Unwillingly mine

Fate
Up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him

In starlit nights I saw you
So cruelly you kissed me
Your lips a magic world
Your sky all hung with jewels
The killing moon
Will come too soon

 

“The Killing Moon”, Echo and the Bunnymen

 

Significant astronomical events have always been considered harbingers of the coming of significant events here on earth.

 

At 3:00 AM on October 8th I got out of bed and drove up Worden Hill Rd. to the intersection of Weber Vineyard and Arcus Vineyard in the Dundee Hills to witness the lunar eclipse that would cause the appearance of a “Blood Moon.”

 

To find out what happened next read our newsletter here and have fun reading Jim Anderson's (co-owner) accounts of the morning as they unfold.

 

If you would like a order form for the newly released 2013's click here or go to the webstore and order direct here.

please note case discounts and Reserve club discounts are applied after the order is verified.

 

Past Newsletters:

 

Spring 2014 Newsletter click here.

                                                                                                                                           

Fall 2013 Newsletter click here.

 

Spring 2013 Newsletter click here.

Fall 2012 Newsletter click here.

Spring 2012 Newsletter click here.

Fall 2011 Newsletter click here.

Spring 2011 Newsletter click here.

 

The release of the 2013 vintage is here. 

Click on our store to purchase directly.

 

 

Need help as to when to drink our wines take a look at the updated vintage chart under find our wines. It is completely current through 2010. Some categories on some of the wines have changed since the last time we posted (ex. many of the 2000 Pinot's have moved into the Drink category). Take a look and see where your stash of PGC wines is at in its evolutionary stage. We always appreciate input on older wines you have had recently so let us know.

 

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