We stopped by Passalacqua Winery in Healdsburg, CA to catch the tail-end of harvest season, when the grapes are ready to be picked and the wine-making process begins. Navigating Covid-19 and the recent California forest fires has brought new challenges, but it also means new opportunities.
Meet Jessica Boone, Winemaker
“I believe in a hands-on approach to winemaking… in my opinion, the only way to make wine is by getting my hands dirty (or purple).”
- Jessica Boone Winemaker, Passalacqua Winery
All their grapes are picked by hand in order to be as gentle with the clusters as possible. They also pull out all the leaves as well as any fruit that doesn’t meet their standards.
Their Pick: Silo 6G® Water Cooler
With six gallons of cold water in tow, this is how the team stays hydrated during long hours in the vineyards.SHOP WATER COOLER