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    December 20, 2013 - January 3, 2014

    Happy Holidays!

    Happy Holidays from the Pride family! Our tasting room will be closed December 22nd-25th and December 31st-January 2nd to spend time with our loved ones this season and hope you're enjoying your favorite glass of Pride with yours. Cheers!
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    September 19, 2013

    Harvest 2013 begins with a bang!

    Mother Nature has been good to us this year. The growing season kicked off with a warm, dry and early spring, allowing our vines to get a great head start on ripening without the vigorous growth that can result from a wet spring with too much water in the soils. From budbreak through veraison and now the beginning of our harvest season, our vines have been bathed in warm sunshine and gentle breezes.

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    June 6, 2013

    What Makes PMV Red Wines Distinct

    Our Pride Mountain Vineyards red wines tend to have a darker character compared to those from the surrounding valleys. There is also an enhanced density and concentration.

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    May 1, 2013

    Let the Sunshine In

    We have been enjoying an amazingly warm and sunny late winter and spring so far in 2013. As I go around the vineyards, the classic refrain from the Broadway musical Hair is playing in my mind. The vines leafed out in early April (which is early for us), there is not too much moisture in the ground (which is good for us given that excess vigor is our main viticultural challenge each vintage) and 2013 is likely going to be a ripe vintage.

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    March 5, 2013

    The 2011 Vintage

    It is the time of year that we are blending our wines that will be released from May onward. For the red wines, the blends are all from the 2011 vintage, so we have been deeply immersed in our 2011 reds these last two months.

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    February 11, 2013

    Our Approach to Blending

    For me, the blending process is the most creative aspect of making wine: for most of the year, my job is to recognize the potential in our grapes and coax out maximum quality by adjusting the farming and winemaking based on my 15 years of experience. But when it comes to blending, it’s about shaping the style of the wine.

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