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

About Wine Everyday

Eileen Gross is a 1983 Graduate of Fordham University and retired Financial Professional. She is wine lover, traveler, and collector who shares her wine experiences with private wine tastings and on her blog “Wine Everyday." She is a member of the Society of Wine Educators, The Wine Century Club and a contributor at 12Most.com.
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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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