After the untimely crash of the Llama Farming Industry in the mid 90s, I decided to place my remaining nest egg (about yoke size) in a much safer investment – a winery. I chose to make Pinot Noir since that was pretty much all I liked to drink – except for Champagne. The smartest thing I did was to brazenly copy everything that Adam and Dianna Lee did at Siduri. After all, isn’t imitation the sincerest form of flattery?
I kept my day job writing military software as the winery grew. Torpedoes, Missiles, and Pinot – oh my! I like to think that I was keeping the world safe for Pinot Noir. After securing incriminating photos of some of the top reviewers in the country, the winery rocketed to fame. So much so that I was able to quite my day job and go full time wine in 2005. Today, I live the life of the gentleman winemaker… while my sister, Kimberly, does all the work.
What else? I’m 5’9”, brown hair, blue eyes, and no distinguishing facial scars. I’m not a fan of long walks on the beach – I’d rather sit on the couch with a nice glass of bubbly and watch Pulp Fiction of the 300th time. And I still copy everything that Adam Lee does!