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Kenwood Press reader photos ….

Kenwood Press  reader photos ….

 

Kenwood Press reader photos

Kenwood Press  reader photos ....

Laura Schermeister, co-owner and general manager of Schermeister Winery gently stomping Atlas Peak Cabernet Sauvignon at Sugarloaf Crush near Oakmont in Santa Rosa. Schermeister’s husband and winemaker and Schermeister co-owner, Rob prefers whole berry fermentation rather than crushing the grapes by machine to prevent breaking the grape seeds which can create a bitterness in the finished wine. Stomping creates just enough juice from the tiny berries with ultra-concentrated flavors to combine with naturally occurring yeast and kickstart fermentation. Schermeister tasting room at Jack London Village will re-open in February 2022. Photo by Melissa Dowling

 


Chain of Fools reading the Kenwood Pressoff Gilbert Island in the Broken Group Islands during our fiveday kayak trip out of Ucluelet, Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada. From left to right front row: Vicki Hill, Greg Guerrazzi, Mary Guerrazzi, Katie Rapozo, Marty Rapozo, Emma (guide), Randi Taylor, back row from left to right, Bruce Goldstein & Gabe Rapozo.Photo by Jonathan Lee

 


Sharing the KPon Turret Island in the Broken Group Islands under a 1,000 to 2,000-year-old cedar tree during a five-day kayak trip out of Ucluelet, Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada. From left to right: Marty Rapozo, Katie Rapozo, Greg Guerrazzi, Mary Guerrazzi, Randi Taylor, Gabe Rapozo, Bruce Goldstein & Vicki Hill.Photo by Jonathan Lee

 


Alan Ross of Kenwood in Monfrague National Park in Extramadura, Spain, taking a moment to read Squire Fridell’s column, “Journey to Harvest… And Beyond.”Photo by Gail Ross

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