News travels fast in the tiny town of Harmony--Population 18. Keep up with the latest happenings here!
October 31, 2023
We had so much fun “researching” the best combos for our recent Halloween Candy & Wine Pairing! We're sharing our notes so that you can pair Harmony Cellars wine with your kids’ haul (or your own stash:) at home….
April 20, 2023
An ideal recipe for springtime grilling...and plum season!
November 17, 2022
One word to describe this year's harvest according to the winemaking team: CRAZY!
October 7, 2022
More than one hundred years ago, due east of the village of Harmony, in a little one-room schoolhouse, local dairy farmers gathered to discuss forming a cooperative.....
August 12, 2022
This summer brought a new addition to the Harmony Cellars family—American Southdown Sheep!
June 20, 2022
Kim and Chuck, plus 16 wine/food-loving adventurers, spent 10 magical days soaking up the lively culture, stunning landscape and amazing food and wine of Croatia in April/May 2022.
April 20, 2022
We're sharing this great springtime recipe after Easter....just in case you're long on carrots!
Enjoy with a glass of our buttery Chardonnay.
January 12, 2021
Genetic research at UC Davis uncovered the origins of the grape Petite Sirah. Petite Sirah (aka Durif) is the outcome of an experiment conducted by a French nurseryman, Dr. Francois Durif, in the 1860s. In an attempt to create a varietal resistant to mildew, Durif crossed Syrah and Peloursin (a grape no longer in commerce) and named this new variety after himself.
However, his inability to produce a quality wine nullified the value of this mildew-resistant variety in France. Petite Sirah does well in very warm climates and is grown in abundance in South America, parts of California (like East Paso Robles) and Australia. Australians refer to Syrah as Shiraz and their wines are typically more lush, ripe and fruit-forward than Old World Syrahs.
Harmony Cellars produces an excellent Syrah and Petite Sirah - check out our red wines
December 3, 2020
It’s that time of year again! This is my personal favorite season, one where I get plenty of opportunities to make tablescapes that accompany delicious food, wine and wonderful conversations. No matter the size of your party, you can still make a beautiful table with small simple touches. I am a huge believer in using things you already have in your cupboards, garden or storage. A few simple touches and you can have a festive table—on a budget.
September 12, 2019
We LOVE the month of October. Not only are we immersed in the sights, sounds and smells of harvest, our event calendar is packed with unique events sure to bring you to Central Coast. Check out the unique offerings below: