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Here is a partial and growing list of people and things we are particularly grateful for (not already mentioned within the site) that we would like to thank.

Val Littlewood

The LF image and identity all started with a sketch of a beetroot that Val crafted and the rest is history. Val resides in her home country of England with her husband and is most passionate about bees. She really likes wine too.

Jeremy & Michelle Ball, Bottle Branding

This Lompoc dynamic duo is poised to possibly take over the world. Seriously. Jeremy has epic photography skills (lucky for us there are some shots that grace this site) and he dares to dream big with his lovely wife Michelle who is an equally talented artist and graphic designer. Amazing chefs, creative masterminds, great friends – "What aren't they good at?" is perhaps the suitable question.

Janet Allinger

Amazing beyond belief graphic designer, illustrator and artist. Janet just plain rocks, she crafted up the Rosé label which was inspired by a bottle of 1919 Graves we enjoyed with another one of our favorite people, Erik.

Erik Kelley, The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills

Erik is a walking encyclopedia of anything and everything to do with wine and food – including of course, cheese.

Jon McDaniel, Sommelier 

The Sommelier and Wine Director at The Gage in Chicago (formerly at the local Los Olivos Café), Jon has been an LF believer from the start. He's someone to always be watching. He is also the fellow who coined the second nickname (the first being pinkcrack of course ;)  for our Rosé - the "Reverse Mullet" - party in the front, business in the back.!/mcvino

Phil Carpenter, Santa Barbara Wine Talk & Michael Tou, Central Coast Uncorked

Two guys who are so obsessed with Central Coast wine that they have dedicated countless hours to promoting the area and it's people – all while holding down full time day jobs NOT in the wine industry. Thank you both for your incredible enthusiasm and support! /



DIAM video - Why they believe in using only DIAM, no cork taint & no bottle variation


You guessed it, Wax.


Glass. tricorbraun


Labels and printing. 


This section is dedicated to wine education, articles and blogs. Basically, stuff we dig and thought you might, too.

Link Love

The Society of Wine Educators

How to taste Wine Like a Pro by Tim Gaiser, Master Sommelier

Great unpretentious Wine Basics from Lisa Dinsmore of Daily Wine Dispatch

Indie Online TV Show featuring various personalities in the Wine Industry chatting on topics in a casual and unpretentious way


Descriptions and Causes of Wine Faults and Flaws

Info on the Use of Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) in Winemaking

Basic Info on Malolactic Fermentation (ML)

Farming and Soils

Organic vs. Non-Organic Farming: The Growing Debate

Moon Gardening Calendar / Today's Moon (UK)

A breakdown of Fruit, Leaf, Flower & Root days

Do Fruit and Root Days really affect the way a wine tastes?

How Diatomaceous Earth Works For Humans and Pets

Semi debunking Native Yeast Fermentation

Nerd out on Vineyard Site Evaluation and The Winkler Scale of Growing Degree Days. East Coast focused but overall some great material.

Winkler Scale of Growing Degree Days which determines an AVA's Region #.

Stellar site on Natural Wine and "that crazy French woman" who has rallied around it in a big way

SIP Certification Official Site