Boeket: Our Wine Label Launch

Update: Visit our website https://coxfamilyvineyards.com/ to purchase our wine! On any given day, you can probably find a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc chilling in my fridge. It’s the white wine varietal I drink the most of year-round, whether it’s by the glass at a restaurant or from a bottle I’ve picked up at a local…

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Winemaker Spotlight: Chris Condos

There’s a definite cool factor about Chris Condos. Perhaps it’s that he decided to try his hand at winemaking at the age of 25 or maybe it’s the fact that he had a brief DJ-ing stint in college. It could be his relaxed, organic approach to winemaking or that without a vineyard of their own,…

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Support Wine Country This Thanksgiving

It seems as though Thanksgiving sneaks up on us all, temporarily disappearing under the Halloween displays that quickly morph into Christmas decor and talk of New Year’s Eve plans. Yet Thanksgiving is a holiday not to be glossed over. Though we should give thanks in our daily lives, as gratitude makes for a more meaningful…

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Cox Vineyards Update: Springtime at the Ranch

While I spend most of my time in Los Angeles, it’s always nice to come back to my roots and recharge. After all, nothing can rival the fresh, smog-free air and peaceful nature of my family’s ranch. It truly is heaven on Earth. Springtime on the ranch is without-a-doubt my favorite. Although the more-than-generous amounts of rain…

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Winemaker Spotlight: Rob Davis

Rob Davis did not set out to be a winemaker. In fact, he had always planned to study pre-med at the University of California at Davis. This past fall, Rob celebrated his 40th harvest at the Jordan Winery in Sonoma’s Alexander Valley and I couldn’t help but wonder when and why he traded in the stethoscope for…

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An Italian Affair

A birthday dinner should always include three things: Great food, a memorable glass of wine, and the company of friends and family Blouse, Zara; Pants, Old Navy (here); Shoes, Report (here); Bag, Vintage. I celebrated my 22nd birthday this past week and was treated to a delightful dinner at director Francis Ford Coppola’s winery in Geyserville. Unlike…

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Anderson Valley: The Path Less Traveled

“Two paths diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost Most are familiar with the wine trails of Napa and Sonoma, but rarely venture further north to the quaint Anderson Valley. Not to be confused with Sonoma’s Alexander Valley, the…

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Cox Vineyards Update: 2016 Crop

Growing up in our ranch house, which was built in 1856 and served as a Pony Express stagecoach stop, I watched many harvests from our windows. Even though I can no longer cruise around the vineyards and check the crops with my dad, living 400 plus miles south, I look forward to calling my family for the vineyard updates… It’s nearing…

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