Weldon schooler was my father in law. He was definitely old school, a shake your hand, look you in the eye kind of guy. Never took too much, always left some on the table wether it was for business or in life. He was born the son of a poor dirt, dirt poor, west Texas rancher - took his bride to Alaska and died a Hawaiian coffee miller. Here's to you Weldon - Thanks for bringing that red headed daughter of your to Alaska.
One is none, Two is one that speaks to me in many ways - a couple - a heritage - a blend - a joining - a convergence. We can stand tall alone, but when you can stand tall together in harmony (then) the depth of life makes an appearance, moving in its complicated beautiful way. So it is in Life and so it is in Wine. 90 Pts Washington Wine Blog
This is my dad, Harry - He's not my real father, but he married my mom and gave me his name. He was the consummate salesman and entrepreneur. He told me, "the fear you have to conquer is - yourself - put your heart and mind to it and it will happen! Scotch helps too!" 91 Pts Washington Wine Blog
This is my mom Jeanette - she was a red head, all her sisters were red heads, all my cousins are red heads - my wife and my sister are red heads as well. Red Heads are alluring and intense, I would never compare a Syrah to a red head - but (I think) I could. 89 Pts Washington Wine Blog
The word coupling is such a relationship word - we spend so much of our time in this word - boyfriend/girlfriend/marriage - even the act of, you wouldn't think about it being a passionate word - but when you apply it to women and wine - Passion Rules,. This is my idea of a great bottle of wine, Red Mountain Malbec and a picture of my girl, passion indeed!