Tagged: Judgment of paris

Last November, the library received a parcel holding precious cargo: newspaper clippings and correspondence about the 1976 Judgment of Paris Tasting — a blind tasting that rated California wines above French wines. The sender was Steven Spurrier, the English wine merchant, consultant, and
March 17, 2021 • Jullianne Ballou
The story of wine in California begins with the story of the Spanish in California. Vineyard planting in the state began with the Spanish Franciscan Missionaries starting with California’s first mission: Mission San Diego de Alcalá in 1769. Just as palm trees were planted so there would be
July 5, 2016 • Axel Borg