Challenges of Adapting in Challenging Times

Adapting to these challenging times has affected all of us, whether it’s been personal or business, not too many of us have not needed to adjust. For me, I’ve had my fair share of ups and downs over the past few years during the pandemic from trying to educate our kids on what’s going on in the world, to not seeing friends or family, as well as building our winery and dealing with lack of trades, high construction fees, supply shortages, etc. The list goes on and on.  It hasn’t been easy, but we’ve persevered and been able to get through this fuck-storm healthy—and for the most part happy.

Back to adapting; during these times I’ve needed to make adjustments to packaging as certain supply chains have been delayed and we’ve seen incredible price increases across the board. So, what does this mean? Well for the first time since 2017 you’ll see a few of our wines under screw cap instead of cork, some of our wines will be in different shaped bottles, and you will see different corks being used. The worst one of all: smaller production. What I promise to you is that the quality will always be outstanding, and my main focus always is to capture the perfect time to bottle our wines, so these small adjustments have been necessary to maintain a high level of consistency and value. Struggle is nature’s way to strengthen and sometimes you just need to go with the flow.

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