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Black Chicken Society 2021- September Allocation

Look out Black Chicken Society Members for your next shipment! You’ll be receiving some great wines to enjoy during those cold autumn nights by the fire. As you sit around the fireside telling stories and hanging out with friends and family, we hope you enjoy

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Sustainability Runs Deep At Robert Biale Vineyards!

What does it mean to be Napa Green? “Sustainability rests on three pillars: People, Planet and Prosperity. For Napa Green we describe it as caring for the health of nature, caring for the health of employees and community, and caring for the health and resilience

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Zinfandel and Petite Sirah

Top Rated Zinfandels & Petite Sirahs

For Napa and Sonoma, the growing season in 2018 was very fortunate. In fact, 2018 began with heavy rainfall, moderate spring, and summer, and warm September–ideal seasonal conditions for long-ripening, a great harvest, and vintage quality. Many winemakers liken the 2018 vintage to the incredible

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Black Chicken Society Chronicles-Robert Biale Vineyards

Black Chicken Society Chronicles-Lenny & Marina

These shared moments come from one of our founding Black Chicken Society Members and friends of the winery since the 90s. Robert Biale Vineyards was touched to receive a letter penned by longtime Biale supporters, Lenny and Marina, and we thank them for all of

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Vineyard Guru Amigo Bob

In Memory of Amigo Bob Cantisano

The Biale winery has the privilege of working with heritage vineyards, but we have also had the privilege of working with legendary people who contribute to making the vineyards sustainable and healthy. Amigo Bob Cantisano was one of the legends that Bob Biale appreciated working

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2021: The Year Ahead At Robert Biale Vineyards

Congratulations! You made it through 2020, a trying year to say the least. We are thankful for all our Black Chicken Society members and friends, who have made this year bearable, and dare we say fun! If 2020 taught us anything, regardless of the closures

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