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Bee Hunter / Vino Philo LLC

Our Event Calendar

April 2020
Taste of Mendocino
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM     Sat, Apr 18, 2020
Venue: Berkeley Country Club
Contact: Jeanie Russell 707-895-3995, beehunterwine@gmail.com

Join us for an annual swirl through the region’s diverse showcase of fine wines, artisanal foods, enchanting destinations and unique experiences. Take a deep dive into our epic Pinot Noirs, robust reds, crisp whites and bring-it-on bubbles. Pack home a cache of collectibles at this intimate celebration of the people and products who define the Mendocino difference.
 

 A discovery no palate can resist! Great wines and happy times.

 

May 2020
Pinot Festival Tech Conference & Casual BBQ
Fri, May 15, 2020
Venue: TBA
Contact: Jeanie Russell 707-895-3995, beehunterwine@gmail.com

Winemakers and consumers alike learn from speakers, panelists, and viticulture experts about current issues with growing Pinot Noir grapes in Anderson Valley. Wine samples included during some speaker sections. Relevant topics could include a summary of the Annual State of Pinot Noir, price structuring, crop yields, and the results of the latest Mendocino County Vineyard Census, Marketing, Frost, Micro biome, Biochar, barrels/corks, a local vineyard focus & tasting, and The Nature Conservancy usually provides an update of their ongoing study of stream flows and water demands in the Navarro River watershed. Lunch is provided

 

Pinot Noir Festival Open House
11:00 AM to 5:00 PM     Sun, May 17, 2020
Venue: 14251 Hwy 128 Boonville, CA, 95415
Contact: Jeanie Russell 707-895-3995, beehunterwine@gmail.com
July 2020
Barrel Tasting
11:00 AM to 5:00 PM     Sat, Jul 25, 2020 - Sun, Jul 26, 2020
Venue: 14251 Hwy 128 Boonville, CA, 95415
Contact: Jeanie Russell 707-895-3995, beehunterwine@gmail.com

Why a summer barrel tasting?
AREN’T MOST HELD IN THE SPRING?

The majority of Anderson Valley wineries produce high-end Pinot Noir, and Pinot really tastes best right before bottling time. By holding a barrel tasting in the summer, attendees will be able to evaluate the wines in a nearly finished state, instead of young wines that will change dramatically during the aging process.

So, when you buy futures, you know exactly what you’ll be receiving the next year!