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  1. Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blog » Daily Wine News:

    [...] 50 years of the company’s success into the next 50.” Lily-Elaine Hawk Wakawaka writes a wonderful profile of Paul Draper and Ridge [...]

  2. NEWS FETCH – NOVEMBER 28, 2012 | Wine Industry Insight

    [...] Draper on Terroir, Old Vines, and Natural Winemaking [...]

  3. Daily Wine News: Pagani Ranch | Wine 2020

    [...] 50 years of the company’s success into the next 50.” Lily-Elaine Hawk Wakawaka writes a wonderful profile of Paul Draper and Ridge [...]

  4. Touring Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma, California | Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews

    [...] Drinking Balance: Considering Terroir, Old Vines, and Natural Winemaking, A Conversation with Paul Draper: http://wakawakawinereviews.com/2012/11/27/drinking-balance-considering-terroir-old-vines-and-natural… [...]

  5. Giving Thanks for the Closing Year: Favorite Moments of 2012 | Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews

    [...] that truly helped make American wine what it is today. Among them is Paul Draper. In September, Paul took the time to share several hours with me talking through his history and views of wine, as …. I often joke that my parents are such intimidating people I am rarely intimidated. Paul Draper [...]

  6. Enjoying Victorian Syrah and Shiraz: Lethbridge, Best’s, Bobar, and Jamsheed | Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews

    [...] made whole cluster to celebrate the earthy elements given by stem inclusion. Having worked with Paul Draper at Ridge Monte Bello for several years, Mills credits Draper for being the inspiration behind Mills’ views of [...]

  7. Why We Should All Be Drinking Jamsheed | Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews

    [...] But not until after nicknaming me Lady Hawke (which I appreciate). It turns out he worked for Paul Draper at Ridge Monte Bello first as an intern, and then for two years full-time from 1998 to 2001 and credits Draper as the [...]

  8. UCDavis Talk, Part 1: Freedom, Expression, and Love: A Consideration of Choice in Winemaking | Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews

    […] is the quotation. In a recent conversation I had with winemaker Paul Draper he made the following statement, “I am not an oenologist. I am a […]

  9. Santa Cruz Mountains Cabernet, and Wine Blogging’s Willie Nelson | Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews

    […] our tasting we enjoyed lunch with Paul Draper. As he explains, historically houses with vineyards on the eastern side of the San Andreas fault […]

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