KENWOOD, CA (March 22, 2021) – Michael Muscardini is pleased to announce Spring Weekend, which will run from Friday, March 9 through Saturday, March 10. April through Sunday, April 11. and Friday, April 16. April to Sunday, 18. April in the Muscardini cellars. This weekend we’re offering a flight of new wines paired with a unique piece. Karen Hanna, Wine Club Director and wine pairing expert, worked with owner and winemaker Michael Muscardini to create an Italian-inspired menu featuring classic and unique Italian pairings with Muscardini Cellars’ new Italian wines. The weekend taster flight costs $35 for the general public and wine club members and $15 for wine club members. Reservations are necessary. Reservations can be made by calling (707) 933-9305 or emailing [email protected].
The menu includes goat cheese bruschetta, prosciutto and melon salad, and Italian gumbo. Among the wines presented during the spring weekend: 2019 Rosato di Sangiovese (Santo Giordano Vineyards), 2017 Sangiovese (Alice Vineyards), 2018 Sangiovese (Alpicella Vineyards), 2018 Sangiovese (Santo Giordano Vineyards), 2018 Barbera (Rancho Pauli Vineyards), 2018 Zinfandel (Los Chamizal Vineyards, Moon Mountain)
A second generation Italian-American, Michael Mascardini has lived in the Bay Area all his life. After earning his Bachelor of Arts degree from California College of the Arts, he spent nearly three decades designing and building homes. Today Michael is making his mark in Sonoma Valley with unique wines, focusing on Sangiovese, Barbera and his own super Tuscan style blend, Tesoro. Paying homage to his family roots in Tuscany and Piedmont, Michael has become a master Italian winemaker in California. Michael seeks out organic and organically grown grape growers in Sonoma County and beyond, making the Muscardini label a world-class winery in the heart of Sonoma Valley.
Muscardini Cellars does its best to provide a safe environment for your visit. Remember to wear a face shield, practice communicating and wash your hands during your visit. There is a hand sanitizer next to the hotel. Muscardini Cellars currently requires all customers to make a reservation. One-day reservations are accepted subject to availability. All reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. To make a reservation, please call (707) 933-9305 or email [email protected].
About the Muscardini Cellars.
The winery’s owner, Michael Mascardini, has worked as a winemaker in Sonoma Valley for 15 years. Michael Muscardini produces just 5,000 cases a year, mostly classic Italian reds, but also robust blends and Cabernet Sauvignon. He is one of the winemakers behind the resurgence of Sangiovese and Barbera wines in Sonoma since 2005. Michael’s close ties to the community and warm relationships with local farmers allow him to source the best fruit for his wines from some of the most unique vineyards in the county and beyond. Mascardini Cellars is located in Monte Terra, Sonoma Valley (Valley of the Moon), where the winery, family home and barrel room are located. Kenwood Tasting Room is located at 9380 Sonoma Highway and can be reached at (707) 933-9305.
According to a report by CNBC, based on sources in the Biden administration, the easing of travel restrictions could come as early as mid-May. This raises the prospect of a national cruise, similar to the one planned in the UK this summer.
A rescheduling will take place in mid-May, when the vaccines will be available to all, a senior administration official said on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly.
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The changes could include easing restrictions on borders with Mexico and Canada, as well as inbound international travel from Britain, Europe and Brazil, sources said.
The Department of Homeland Security recently extended the ban on land border crossings with Canada and Mexico by a month, until the 21st. April announced. Among other things, Canada has indicated that it will not consider opening its borders until there is adequate vaccine protection. After a slow start to the introduction of vaccines in Canada, things are now moving quickly.
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The CNBC report states that no official policy statement or timetable has yet been released, but that discussions are focused on efforts to limit the spread of the virus variants while reasonably easing restrictions where possible.
Before his resignation, former President Donald Trump lifted entry restrictions on allied countries as the US saw a spike in cases and deaths. President Biden restored restrictions in his first week, and on the 25th. January’s press secretary, Jen Psaki, tweeted that now was not the time to lift restrictions on international travel.
This has now changed, as the number of cases has dropped significantly since the peak and tens of millions of Americans have already been vaccinated. However, concerns remain about the impact and spread of COVID-19 variants.
Apparently, cruise lines are once again at their wits’ end as they continue to spend hundreds of millions of dollars each month to maintain their fleets. Five months later, however, the CDC issued a conditional sailing order that gave cruise lines some guidance on containment efforts and onboard medical facilities, but set new hurdles, including sea trials and recertification of each ship. So far, cruise lines have not received the necessary guidance to take these next steps.
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Due to the current lack of patience (and money), a growing number of U.S. cruise lines are planning to station ships in non-U.S. ports in order to circumvent CDC rules. Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises announced yesterday that they will base their ships in the Bahamas and St. Lucia. The two countries have been working together since the beginning of the year and departures are scheduled for June.
These measures will undoubtedly put more pressure on the CDC, especially in places like Florida, where the cruise industry accounts for tens of thousands of jobs. Boats can’t sail, but many of Florida’s beaches are filled with sailors without masks looking for sun.
On Thursday, on the first anniversary of the suspension of cruises from U.S. ports, Federal Maritime Commissioner Louis E. Sola issued a statement approving the reinstatement. Essential conditions include mandatory vaccinations for passengers and crew and priority for the safest destinations.
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