You may know her as the sweet, soft spoken red-head in our tasting room. After two years with us, our Sonoma State intern turned Jill-of-all-trades at the winery will now be moving to Argentina to continue her thirst for wine knowledge. We couldn't be more proud, and the bittersweet goodbye won't be for too long, as she will be a guest blogger for us on her adventures in South America. Good luck, Collin!
Here's some more about her:
Where did you grow up? Santa Rosa, in the heart of wine country :)
Where/what did you study in school? I studied at Sonoma State in their Wine Business program
How long have you worked with us? 2 years
When did you get into wine and why? I started opening the corks since I was a child, had sips here and there which turned into exploring the area and drinking wine in surrounding areas as soon as I could, legally of course!
What is your favorite varietal? Pinot Noir for its complexity year to year and earthy to fruity aromas
What do you do when you aren't at Harvest Moon? I explore other wineries and go wine tasting, go hiking, and bake.
Motto or Personal Mantra: Your passion will call to you, you won't have to search for it.
I'm happiest when: I'm with family and traveling
Favorite Sports or Pasttimes: Playing softball
People would be surprised to know: I have an identical twin sister.