We cherish the history of our wine community in Napa Valley and the chance to provide wine appreciation events throughout the year.
We look forward to your participation.
In this printed issue
24 Color pages
Letter from the President
Dorothy J Gaiter:
Summiting “Matterhorns”: How Two Men’s Calculated Risks Led to California’s Red Wine Triumph at the 1976 Judgment of Paris Tasting
30th Annual Wine Seminar
“Napa Valley’s Old Vines and the Wines They Give Us”
Moderated by Tegan Passalacqua and panelists
Kelli White, Historian
Mike Hirby, Relic Wine Cellars
Bob Biale, Robert Biale Vineyards
Tegan Passalacqua, Turley Wine Cellars
Morgan Twain-Peterson, Bedrock Wine Company
Rosemary Cakebread, Gallica
Editor’s Letter — Diana H Stockton
Organization and Membership Information
Wine Library Wing of Saint Helena Public Library with
James O. Gump, Professor Emeritus and author of
Maestro: André Tchelistcheff and the Rebirth of Napa Valley
History Professor Emeritus, James O Gump of University of San Diego, has been coming to the Napa Valley since the 1980’s. He and his wife were drawn to its beauty as well as its wines and would regularly travel up from San Diego. As Dr. Gump drew near retirement …
The program was recorded and will be posted when it is ready for play.
Marc Mondavi and his daughter Angelina share details of CK Mondavi & Family’s 75 years in the wine industry. The 3rd and 4th generation Mondavis look forward to continuing the family legacy well into the 21st century.
Our online moderator Tegan Passalacqua, winemaker for Turley Wine Cellars and Sandlands and a founder of the Historic Vineyard Society, is joined by author, historian and sommelier Kelli White and four fellow winery principals: Bob Biale of Robert Biale Vineyards, Rosemary Cakebread of Gallica, Mike Hirby of Relic Wine Cellars, and Morgan Twain-Peterson MW of Bedrock Wine Company.
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The Napa Valley Wine Library Collection
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The purpose of the Napa Valley Wine Library is to preserve and disseminate information regarding viticulture, enology and wine lore, particularly as it pertains to the Napa Valley.
We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and all proceeds benefit the NVWL Collection and our public programs