I've failed to capture the spontaneous #beauty of recent days--the quality girl talk, the shooting stars, the smooth whiskey, the spirited serenades. Instead, I humbly offer this shot of folks dancing like nobody's watching (to a Tom Petty tribute band, no less). Zero inhibition with this crowd--just total devotion. I'm grateful to #friends who've carried me through this season with such light and levity. #takeiteasybaby#makeitlastallnight
Founded in 1880 by Augustus Quitzow, Sonoma's Geyser Peak is California's 29th bonded winery. Their Russian River Valley Pluto's Fury is GP's top Pinot Noir. From the Middle Reach of RRV (immediately south of Healdsburg and where the river exits Alexander Valley and enters RRV). Produced from vineyard sites situated among the Westside Road wineries and vineyards, including Williams Selyem's Estate, J. Rochioli, Bacigalupi, Bucher, Allen, and Flax vineyards (to name just a few). While this won't be mistaken for Selyem or Rochioli, it's quite representative of the locale, with copious amounts of black cherry, clove, charred oak, with some secondary baking spice and barbecue smoke. The silky, yet structured mouthfeel works wonders, accentuating every curve.