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Trifecta for Success – Mission Vision Passion

By | June 18th, 2017|Cabernet Franc, Its Not About the Dirt, Learning & Leadership, Mission Vision Passion, Sustainability|

In discussions and presentations that I make, one of the most frequent questions I am asked is “David, what’s the key to your Paradise Rescued success?” That’s not an easy question to answer since, in reality, there are many many factors that have played a role. But when pushed to get right down to the

Passion – the third secret ingredient

By | April 23rd, 2017|Cabernet Franc, Its Not About the Dirt, Learning & Leadership, Mission Vision Passion, Sustainability|

This week for our blog, we are publishing a guest blog post that our Founder Director David Stannard wrote for the amazing team at Dracaena Wines, Paso Robles, California in their monthly article featuring people's Passion, very often and notably in the wine business. We thought we would share it here for you. At Paradise Rescued, Passion

Book author interview: David Stannard “Its Not About the Dirt”

By | April 1st, 2017|Bordeaux Wine, Its Not About the Dirt, Learning, Learning & Leadership, Marketing & Media, Mission Vision Passion|

Now available! "It's Not About the Dirt" by David Stannard David Stannard has just launched his second book “It’s Not About the Dirt”. Following on less than 12 months from the release of his first book “From Cabbage Patch to Cabernet Franc” we sent our Paradise Rescued columnist out to interview our Founder

#WineTips 4 – Vine Canopy

By | March 29th, 2013|#WineTips, Cabernet Franc|

#WineTips 4 - Vine canopy The canopy of a vine is everything that you can see above ground, starting with the trunk and then the cordons, stems, buds, leaves, flowers and fruit. The management of the canopy by the vigneron is critical in order to achieve the best health and vigour possible for

Vine2Wine: The Perfect Vine? Double Guyot system

By | May 6th, 2012|Cabernet Franc, Vine2Wine|

Three weeks ago, in “From Vine to Wine”, we talked about the opening weather for the season and made mention of the detailed work that Pascale had put into pruning the vines and making them ready for season 2012. This week we are proud to release our latest “In the Vines" video which gets up