San Francisco Chronicle
Paso Robles doesn’t have a signature grape variety. Is that a freedom or a limitation?
Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews
Adelaida, Site, Seavey: The work of winemaker Jeremy Weintraub
Click link to read article: https://wakawakawinereviews.com/2016/03/21/adelaida-site-seavey-the-work-of-winemaker-jeremy-weintraub/
THE WINEMAKERS PODCAST SEASON 1 | EPISODE 3 Jeremy Weintraub
East Coast | A home grown New Yorker who donned his corporate tie for a cowboy hat in Paso.
Intellectual | Not many people after a successful stint in politics would go back to college at 30 to retrain in Chemistry. In order to further his appreciation of winemaking Jeremy then worked in vineyards all around the world from New Zealand to Italy.
Renaissance | From being in a band, fixing vintage motor bikes, working in political think tanks, cooking up a storm in the kitchen and being a multitasking Paso winemaker for Adelaida and Site – is there any more skills this guy needs to add to his bow?!
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Food & Wine
Weintraub also turns out delicious Chardonnay, Viognier and one of the finest Cabernet Francs you’ll taste in the Central Coast, as well as some dynamite small-production wines under his personal label Site Wine Co.
Click on link to read story: https://www.foodandwine.com/wine/15-central-coast-california-wines-to-know
The Washington Post
The California wine region whose appellation got an upgrade
Click on link for article: https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/the-southern-california-wine-region-whose-appellation-got-an-upgrade/2015/08/21/182b8ac6-4733-11e5-8ab4-c73967a143d3_story.html