R.H. Drexel
Day Drinking with Little Big Town

R.H. Drexel sits down with the country band to chat about their new line of canned wines.

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Rise Up: The Wines of Bret Urness at Levo

Wine seems to provide an intersection for all of Urness’s interests.

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BottleRock Napa Valley: Chatting with Flora Cash

The inseparable duo shares how they make their music.

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The Pulse of Napa Valley’s Crocker & Starr

Meet the winemaker behind the Napa Valley winery now approaching their 20th harvest.

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Farming in the Gray Area: A Chat with Kevin Jussila

Get to know the man behind kukkula winery in Paso Robles.

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A Chat with Julia Coney

Get to know this force in the wine writing world.

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Time Traveling at Eden Rift

Wild boar. Deer. Bobcats. Coyotes. Red-tailed Hawks. These wild creatures out-number humans in this part of the Cienega Valley appellation of California. Eden Rift lies in the shadow of the Gabilan Range, which looms over and punctuates the landscape of San Benito County, Monterey County, and includes the Pinnacles National Park. “Gabilan,” an older rendering of the Spanish word, gavilán, means sparrow hawk, and indeed, as I make my way through this untamed, remote winegrowing region, I pull over several times to observe raptors flying overhead, landing here or there atop old barns folded over by age, or on feed silos in golden fields laid flat in spots by meandering Angus-laid trails. ...

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The Unstoppable Sara Evans

With the release of her latest album, Words, earlier this year and the recent launch of her record label, Born to Fly Records, Sara Evans is poised for a dynamic next chapter in an already impressively long, relevant career. This year marks the 20th anniversary of her debut album’s release, Three Chords and the Truth, an album that all but cemented her position as a relatable icon of country music. Her third album, Born to Fly, released in 2000, demonstrated that Evans has a knack for the unpredictable by bringing famed drummer Matt Chamberlain (Edie Brickell, Fiona Apple, Tori Amos) on board to add a Seattle-based, grunge-inflected vibe to her country music sensibilities. The combination proved to be a winning one, and launched Evans into the country music stratosphere. Since then she has released seven additional albums, co-written several novels with Rachel Hauck and launched a lifestyle blog, A Real Fine Place. Recently I sat down with Evans to chat with her about her childhood, her new record company and what it’s like when a child leaves the nest: 
 RH Drexel: You were born in Missouri and you have this very mid-western aura, if you will. That is to...

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Heard It: MusicTalks with RH Drexel

RH Drexel chats with Ocean Park Standoff, ZZ Ward, Julia Michaels and Magic Giant.

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Music Heals: “Live in the Vineyard” Hosts Benefit Concert for Victims of Recent Wine Country Wildfires

Following the devastating wildfires in Northern California, LITV, in partnership with Blue Note Napa, hosted a special benefit unplugged acoustic concert at the Margrit Mondavi Theatre in downtown Napa on November 3.

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