Rutherford Dust Society ~ preserving the heritage and vineyards of Rutherford, in the Napa Valley

Expanding the definition of what makes a great wine, watch and listen to the growers and vintners of Rutherford explain how commitment, tradition and community play a role in making world class wines in Napa Valley.

Rutherford Dust ~ Every wine has a story

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Eileen Gross is the Chief Financial Officer for a financial services and risk management firm in Washington, DC. A 1983 Graduate of Fordham University, she is wine lover, traveler, and collector who shares her wine experiences on her blog “Wine Everyday." She is a contributing writer for 12most.com and is a member of the Society of Wine Educators.
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4 Responses to Rutherford Dust Society ~ preserving the heritage and vineyards of Rutherford, in the Napa Valley

  1. Very informative!!! I am still learning, but you make it easy to understand the different nuances of wine and how to pair them…. great post!

  2. Tom Riley says:

    Loved this. Working in Rutherford and driving past many of these vineyards several times a week makes me appreciate these people, their work, and their wines all the more. Sound wasn’t great on my MacBook but it’s a great video nonetheless. Thanks!

    • You are very lucky to live in this beautiful region. Try the video on an old fashioned computer ~ it is very well done.

      I’ll be passing thru the area on my way from Paso Robles to San Francisco 1st week in July. I’ll keep you posted ~ we’ll get together for a glass or two! Cheers~

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