Posts Tagged "blog"

Desperate Times…

Posted by on Jan 17, 2017 in Blog | 2 comments

Desperate Times…

… call for desperate measures. On New Year’s Eve, my husband and I opened a bottle of wine that we had been saving for 10 years. Truth be told, we don’t actually LOVE cellared wine, but can’t help but enjoy the romance of buying something to save and open in several years. There is something about that whole “delayed gratification” thing. What is not romantic is when you open this very special bottle only to find out that it is corked. (Our kids can verify. They said it smelled like “old basement.”) Let’s face it. 2016 was not a stellar...

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The Best of Each State!

Posted by on May 19, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

The Best of Each State!

VacationHomeRentals.com (by Trip Advisor) recently published their list of The Best Wineries in Every State in the U.S. It lists one representative for each state’s wine/beer industry based on customer satisfaction and tour/experience offerings. We are proud to have been chosen to represent Delaware! View the full list here.

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Dare Accepted.

Posted by on Jan 28, 2015 in Blog | 2 comments

Dare Accepted.

So after the “DON’T SAVE IT!!” blog post (original post here) describing wine that my husband and I got many years ago, there were some people that dared me to try it. (After all, we all knew it wasn’t going to get any better, right? What did I have to lose?) In addition to the Hawaiian wine (from Volcano Winery) about which I originally posted, I also found a bottle from Mt. Nittany Vineyard and Winery in Pennsylvania (Go Penn State!). This bottle was given out at the wedding of some close friends (in 2004). It was also a white wine and probably far past its time. We...

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News for August…

Posted by on Jul 31, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

News for August…

All the news that’s fit to print… and that can’t be crammed into our already bursting newsletter! Harvest Ridge Staff Updates From our owner, Chuck Nunan: At Harvest Ridge, this is a busy time of the year. Many exciting things are going on in the vineyard and elsewhere on the property. This year’s plantings, Barbera and Chambourcin are doing remarkably well. We can’t wait as the vines continue to mature. In the production facility we are wrapping up bottling our 2013 reds this month and are preparing for harvest — which will be in full swing next month....

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Keep Your Eyes Open for Kaitlin.

Posted by on Jun 19, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Keep Your Eyes Open for Kaitlin.

We are fortunate to have Kaitlin, a video intern from Wilmington University, working for us at the winery for the next several months. She will be helping us by filming video footage for placement on our YouTube channel as well as projecting it (and still photos) throughout the winery. Some of what she will be producing will be informative for our customers and visitors, some of what she will be producing we will be able to use for promotional purposes. Here’s a short Q and A with Kaitlin so everyone can get to know a bit more about our favorite video intern. (Clearly you can see that...

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