If you have any interest in wine then you already know all about the wine “kings” like Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. If you are a Heringer Estates fan, then your wine knowledge and tastes might extend to Aglianico, Petit Verdot and perhaps a nice Teroldego. We’re so fancy! But there are over 10,000 varieties of grapes in the world of which only about 1,300 are commercially produced by wine growers and winemakers. Have you tried 1,300 types of wines? We haven’t either. Join us as we rediscover a wine grape that changed the entire course and history of winemaking in America!Continue Reading
It’s summer and we need some good reads to keep us distracted from the heat. Here are some more awesome wine and book pairings by our very own Heringer team members!Continue Reading
Next year will be the Heringer family’s 150-year mark farming right here in the Delta. Thanks to sustainable farming practices (and a lot of faith) this land has served us well for many generations. In addition to our century and a half of farming there is a long and rich history of Heringer family members serving our countryContinue Reading
Family recipes tend to be passed down from generation to generation, especially the favorites! But with each generation comes a growing family with unique circumstances, dynamics and taste buds. And that is how new favorite family meals are born. Today, we bring you Donna Heringer, mother, wife, grandmother, and provider of endless family dinners, with a Heringer family classic…Enchilada Casserole!Continue Reading
Nothing says summer like fresh fruit, Rosé, or a chilled cocktail — why not combine all three? Heringer Estates Hope’s Thread Rosé’s crisp and fruit forward flavors perfectly complement this recipe. With just a tinge of vanilla to balance out the brandy and fresh berry notes to go with the raspberries, our Hope’s Thread Rosé is the perfect fit for a light, raspberry and lime Sangria — find out how you can make this party favorite at home.
Oh California sunshine! We are so fortunate to have year round farmers’ markets here in California. But come summer, the market community explodes with multiple locations, dates and times to shop. With fresh in-season produce of all kinds, flowers, meats, fish, local honey, olive oils, fresh-made juice, hummus, salsa and now, WINE, it is a one-stop shop for the best our local farms have to offer.Continue Reading