DNA Vineyards

707 463 0782 6500 Robinson Creek Road
Ukiah, CA 95482
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  • I have some wine yeast which is about 1200 years old to sell.If anybody interest, please contact me..hirohamata35@gmail.com Read More

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  • Are thoughts of Thanksgiving Pinot starting to dance in your head? It’s not time for that just yet. But when the holiday wine planning finally begins, there’s a good chance you’ll be thinking about Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Established in 1984 (and now consisting of six sub-regions), the Willamette Valley AVA has consistently garnered accolade... Read More

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  • Very interesting article on a new controversial pricing structure for To Kalon fruit. When is enough enough? When Andy says so, that's when.At what price To Kalon? Read More

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  • Crown gall disease, an ailment which produces cauliflower-like tumors on the roots of grapevines, may be nearing its end. A team of researchers at the Rochester Institute of Technology (N.Y.) is nearing the completion of the microbiome, or genetic blueprint, of crown gall, according to a story this past week by The Chronicle Express (N.Y.). “Cra... Read More

    From the article Cracked! Researchers Nearing Completion of Genetic Map of Grapevine Disease

  • One nursery in New Zealand is trying to make the grape harvest a little easier on the back. Marlborough-based Ormond Nurseries is already taking 2016 orders for their HI-STEM tall grapevines, which stand at an average of 75 centimeters tall rather than the usual 35 centimeters. “There is a booming demand for grape plants because people are devel... Read More

    From the article Kiwi Nursery Sees Spike In Tall Orders

  • The father of all wine grapes won't go the way of the dinosaurs – for now. A team of Swiss volunteers and  Swiss grape geneticist Dr. Jose Vouillamoz came to the rescue of a Swiss Haut-Valais vineyard schedule for demolition to make way for a community project.  The vineyard is home to Gouais Blanc, the grape which father several grape varieties... Read More

    From the article Scientist and Volunteers Save Papa Bear of World's Wines

  • Mud Pie Zinfandel 2010


    Low aromas of blackberries and earth greet the nose followed by handfuls of strawberries and hints of dried herbs. Just a hint of sweetness is apparent on entry then this follows up with rather full throttle yet bright Zinfandel berry fruit that is both slightly spicy and aromatically a bit herbal and certainly brambly in the mouth. This is a b... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Mud Pie Zinfandel 2010


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  • Actually I agree with that. And some of those roots actually go even farther than 40 feet! Anyhow, I'm likely offline for the next couple of days. Tomorrow I have four tastings and a dinner, then ditto Tuesday, then flying Wed.And don't think I don't appreciate the old or heritage vines!  One other thing that needs some consideration is the fact... Read More

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  • Amen to that!And I never believed that there was anything sacred about single vineyards either. The whole point of mixing them is to make a great product.The one thing that used to happen but doesn't so much today is massale selection. Basically people would take their best vines and propagate those. That was done long before anyone even imagine... Read More

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