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Winter • Issue 5 • February 2021
Heart to Heart
Happy Valentine's Day!
We never dreamed that we would end up in the wine business when we married forty-eight years ago! From Newport Beach to Tehachapi! It's been quite a ride! Just goes to show, you never really know, do you? Triassic is a labor of love and it is a joy to welcome both old and new friends to the vineyard! Let's raise a glass!
Jim and Sally
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LOVE IN THE FIELD
It is said that Triassic grapes are among the best fruit in the state. That is no accident, caring for the vines is a year round endeavor.
Though the ground is covered with snow and the vines are dormant, we are busy preparing for spring. In order to get the most nutrients into our grapes, it is important to minimize weeds that can sap the energy from the soil. Now is the time we apply a pre-emergent to deter weed development.
24627 Cummings Valley Rd.
Tehachapi, CA 93561
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Open FRI, SAT and SUN
Tastings have resumed as of this writing. We invite you to come see us and enjoy a tasting flight of our award winning wines.
CinCin, Salud, A Votre Sante'
No matter the language, Cheers!
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Valentine's Dinner February 14 4-6pm
Garlic Butter Herb Prime Rib
Steamed Asparagus with Hollandaise Sauce
Dinner Roll with Butter
Mixed Green Salad
Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake with Chocolate Ganache.
Champagne flutes $5.00 a glass
Chocolate Truffles by Vladimir Litt $25.00
Music by Gloria Yeager - Jerry Mulkins
$45 Per Person
Call for Reservations 661-822-5341
Enology or Oenology is the science of making wine.
Time in the barrel may seem like rest but significant chemical activity is underway. With all the necessary ingredients already combined, the artistry of the winemaker now takes center stage. Periodically, the wine is sampled utilizing a glass siphon called a thief. The winemaker's experienced palate discerns and analyzes the wine's progress. Various tests are run in the lab to measure acid, sugar, tannins, etc. Alcohol levels are also closely monitored. Microflora and microbial stability are measured and adjustments are made to the still developing wine.
Some of Triassic's Reds will remain in French oak barrels for over two years.
Bottling of the 2018 vintage will be on February 20.
Taste and Test
A thief at work in the cellar
Testing in the Pulchella Lab
|2/12 Beef Stroganoff, Creamy Mushroom Sauce, Buttery Egg Noodles, Garden Salad||JIM CINNEY|
|2/13 Pineapple Teriyaki Glazed Salmon, Rice, Asparagus Salad||BEAR MOUNTAIN BOYS|
|2/19 Creamy Herb Chicken, Lemon Orzo, Saute'ed Squash Medley, Salad||MGB|
|2/20 Beef Rouladen w/ Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Cabbage, Garden Salad||MGB|
|2/26 Hunter Pork Loin Schnitzel, Creamy Mushrooms, Green Beans, Green Salad||PAT STRONG TRIO|
|2/27 Salisbury Steak w/Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Glazed Carrots, Green Salad||JERRY MULKINS|