Margerum 2018 Mute-Age Design and illustration by Tom Adler and Evan Backes. Judges praised this logo for managing to be classy and whimsical at the same time. Continue »
The Margerum Estate Cinsault, 2020, the first time I’ve had this wine, was very juicy fresh and spicy with plenty of zippy character, it shows a lighter framed palate of tangy red fruits, making it a wine that benefits from a good chill and Summer cuisine. Continue »
So when Doug Margerum emailed me to see if I’d like to check out a new sausage that he’s serving at his tasting room down by the beach on Mason Street, we found ourselves seated together for lunch four days later. Before even eating, though, I quickly realized how much food was now part of the Margerum Wine Company experience: Everyone sipping wine there that day was eating as well, enjoying the pizzas, paninis, salads, and small bites prepared by Chef Carolyn Kope. She’s mastered the location’s tiny kitchen so well that their monthly “Supper Club” dinners for wine club members are instantly sold-out affairs, with hefty waiting lists. Continue »
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