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Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Ron Rubin Winery! 🦃🍷

#GiveThanks #Thanksgiving #Thankful #ThankYou #Grateful
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Ron Rubin Winery
Next week will be Food For Thought's Dining IN for Life on Thursday, December 3rd!

You can find a list of participating restaurants in Sonoma County by following the link. Or, if you prefer to donate directly to Food for Thought:
https://www.fftfoodbank.org/difl
Ron Rubin Winery
Ron Rubin Winery
Thank you to Linda Murphy of Sonoma Magazine for listing the 2017 Ron Rubin Russian River Valley Pinot Noir as a Top 100 Sonoma Wine of 2020!

"...delivers tons of deliciousness, with juicy dark cherry and berry fruit, creamy vanillin oak, and background notes of woodsy earth and forest floor. It’s both savory and fruity..."

You can find the full list by following the link: https://www.sonomamag.com/top-100-sonoma-wines-2020/?gSlide=18
Ron Rubin Winery
Ron Rubin Winery
We're getting closer to Food for Thought's Dining Out for Life!

You and your family can help support this fundraising initiative on Thursday, December 3rd at participating Sonoma County restaurants.

Follow this link for more information: https://www.fftfoodbank.org/difl
Ron Rubin Winery
Ron Rubin Winery
We spent some time as a Team this morning reviewing the 2017 Ron Rubin Russian River Valley Pinot Noir, 2018 Ron Rubin Russian River Valley Chardonnay and 2018 Pam's Un-Oaked Chardonnay with Winemaker, Ed Morris.
It may not have been in-person as we normal would, but we make it work virtually!
Ron Rubin Winery
Ron Rubin Winery
The Winemaking Team was busy in the lab today tasting through our 2020 Chardonnays. This tasting was focused on tasting the progress of the Malolactic fermentation process. Malolactic fermentation (also known as "MLF") helps to create the notes of butter and creamy texture we strive for in our Russian River Valley Chardonnays!