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Dawnine Dyer
February 6, 2013 | Dawnine Dyer

Nine Winemakers Share Their Approaches to Making Great Cab

Well, we’ve had a little excitement here on Diamond Mountain! Bill and I are so pleased that Dyer Vineyards is featured in an article in the January issue of Wine Business Monthly, a trade magazine. It’s part of their Varietal Focus series, and this one is called “Nine Winemakers Share Their Approaches to Making Great Cab.”

It's an in-depth article that features nine wineries, including three from Napa Valley hillside vineyards, three from Napa’s valley floor/Rutherford and three from Walla Walla in Washington State (Washington is now the second largest wine-producing state in the nation and coming on strong!) 

We are proud to be in such good company. The featured wineries include Spottswood, Corison, Pride, Chappellet, Leonetti... Each of us submitted one wine for tasting - ours was the 2008 Cabernet. All of the wines were tasted three times, with each winemaker talking about his/her wine and, specifically, the impact of the vineyard. What a great opportunity to taste the wines from these wonderful producers and hear what the winemakers had to say about them.

We don’t submit our wines for review, but occasionally they’re picked up and reviewed anyway, and it’s always great to get a good review from the press. But, for a winemaker, there’s really nothing better than a good review from our winemaking peers! Not a bad way to start the new year! 

If you'd like to read the article, I'm afraid it requires some patience. You'll need to go here and create a user name and password. Then, you can choose between scrolling through the online version (the story starts on page 98) or downloading the pdf. After all that, who knows, you may find that you want to keep the subscription! Most wine-industry folk start their day by reading Wine Business Monthly's daily news blasts and the magazine is a source of great information about all aspects of the wine industry. Cheers!



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