Kinsman was the winemaker at Araujo Estates, now called Eisele Vineyard, and works as a consultant and winemaker, according to Linked In.
Bill Dyer, Dawnine’s husband, said they are concerned about future activity and potential traffic that could be created by CTF owning the two vineyards that connect to the land where the resort and homes are being built.
"Wine Mic Monday" is a VAULT29 series based on an "open mic concept" where wineries take over our blog...because every glass and bottle of wine has a story.
Because it does take a village, we blended their ideas with our own and came up with a subtle and graceful, diamond-inspired image reflecting both Diamond Mountain and, of course, that diamonds are a girl’s best friend!
We used color for drama and silk screening (rather than a paper label) for elegance.
Here, however, is the exception that proves the rule.
Japanese mothers are legendary for their involvement in the education of their offspring--not merely nurturant encouragement from the sidelines, while leaving the teaching to professionals. (See Anne Allison, "Producing Mothers," in Re-Imaging Japanese Women, Anne E.
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George, I ordinarily find that the articles in the Christian Science Monitor are thoughtful and on target, especially with regard to Japan.
Click here to read part 1 which covered the Diamond Mountain AVA, ownership, what to do with an acre of grapes, and meeting the winemaker. Before designing a logo and label for their wine, Ed and Irene needed to decide what to call it.
Surveying other wine labels, they concluded that wine labels typically fall into several categories based on 1) the winery owner’s or family's name (e.g., Peter Michael), 2) geography, location or topography (e.g., Rutherford Hill), 3) critters or trees (e.g., Frog’s Leap or Silver Oak), 4) whimsical or humorous (e.g., Date Night Cabernet Sauvignon), 5) sensation oriented (e.g., Thumbprint Winery’s Four Play), or 6) foreign language derivative (e.g., L’Angevin Wines).
Our home and vineyard are surrounded by lovely mountains and colorful sculpture.