Nerd Alert

There are two types of wine lovers: (A) the type that loves to drink wine, go wine tasting, talk about wine, and eat food with wine. Basically the type that just enjoys the fun, delicious nuances of wine. (B) the type of wine lover that probably does all of the above, and then gets geeky. These are the type of people who apprentice with winemakers, and maybe even try their hand at wine making themselves. They are the ones who

Harvest 2019

They say, the only constant is change, Strey Cellars is changing it up for you! Every harvest Strey has brought in tons of red grapes, and occasional white (green) grapes, but our focus has always been single red varietals. We have been known to surprise you all with blends here and there. (I’m sure your mouth just started watering at the reminder of Slanted and Cynder… mine is!) We have also graced you with a few Rosé and whites throughout

Contrary to Popular Belief

I will begin by reminding everyone that I am not a doctor, I am NOT giving medical advice. You are responsible for your own decisions, and wine consumption. Much of what I am sharing here is opinion, medical professionals and scientists do not all agree on these subjects. There are a lot of myths and misconceptions in regards to wine. I hear several of theses on a weekly basis as I pour tastings behind the counter at Strey Cellars. The

White White Wine

“You don’t have any whites?” If I had a nickel for every time someone said this in the tasting room… The truth is, you often don’t find many white wines when you are wine tasting in local boutique wineries. It’s not because we don’t like white wine, it’s actually because the process to create white wine is very different. In fact, our first two white wines, the 2013 Sauvignon Blanc and the 2014 Chardonnay were made “off-site”, which is a