In The Press

In Print, On the Radio & TV

The Amador Ledger, April 28, 2016 “Wine Tree Farm is a very small winery, set on the hill overlooking the north end of the Sutter Creek Bypass, on Hwy 49.

The first thing you notice is that the tasting room is rather dim. There’s one little bulb, located way up high in the middle of the room. And if the connecting door to the winery is open, you’ll notice that the winery itself is in darkness…” Read more

The Hartfor Examiner, July 24, 2015 “While gold-seekers struck it rich in the streams of California’s Sierra Nevada foothills in 1849, another lesser-known mother lode took root in the rich volcanic soil by many of the hopeful miners who arrived from Europe – when they planted the grapes that began winemaking to quench their thirst…” Read more

The San Francisco Chronicle, April 4, 2014 “South African-born owner and high-tech-professional-turned-winemaker Corinne Moore doesn’t worry about a fancy setting. Her work is all about her wines…” Read more

Sierra Lodestar, June 4-10, 2014 edition “In a land dominated by the glass of Dionysus, Moore’s vineyard is…becoming known for creating truly smooth varietals and blends.” Read more

On NBC Today with Kathie Lee and Hoda, a segment highlights the emergence of Amador County as a noteworthy wine region. Although they do not mention Wine Tree Farm Winery, they feature Andis Winery in nearby Plymouth  which is great for all of us.

TSPN TV, an Amador County local TV station takes note of the rising popularity of  Wine Tree Farm Winery. Kam Merzlak talks to Corinne Moore about Wine Tree Farm Winery and events in Amador City.

iWine Radio covers California wineries, and Lynn Krielow Chamberlain of interviews Corinne Moore, to find out what makes Wine Tree Farm Winery unique and interesting. Click on the arrow just below to LISTEN IN

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