Goosecross Cellars in Napa Valley has been into social media for a long time. That’s a great thing – all wineries should have a presence on Facebook and Twitter, in my opinion. Even better, Goosecross also has a blog and a podcast, which is awesome.
As a result, I’m inundated with the news at Goosecross Cellars – I know what’s going on in the valley, I learn about new releases and events and … it makes me want to go back to Goosecross Cellars. NOW.
Unfortunately, we can’t. But fortunately, we bought some wine when we were there in May.
So we recently opened a bottle of Goosecross 2006 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon to complement our barbequed steaks. This wine is lush, rich and a perfect example of why Cabernet is King in Napa Valley.
A few weeks back, we enjoyed a bottle of Goosecross 2006 AmerItal Red, an American Italian blend of 50% Sangiovese and 50% Barbera that paired nicely with Dave’s delicious spaghetti.
And now, with another heat wave on the horizon, I wish we had also bought Goosecross Cellars 2007 Sauvignon Blanc to help us cool off on the deck!
So I’ll say it again – we want to go back to Goosecross Cellars!