Author Archives: Maggie Bush

July…well August Club Shipment

Dear Rucksack Cellars’ Wine Club Members, Our long-awaited second release of wines from Rucksack Cellars is now available. The July (well now August) Shipment has almost squeaked into July on wines that are predominantly sold out. In other words, we’ve … Continue reading

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A Day of Rosé

A Day of Rosé Last Saturday, thirty-two people chose to spend a very warm Saturday trompsing around the vineyards and exploring the world of Rosé. It was a joint Madroña/Rucksack Cellars event (Progressing in Provence) celebrating the need for these … Continue reading

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Rucksack Ribbon Cutting

Join us for the Rucksack Cellars Ribbon Cutting! June 1st 4-6pm We are excited to have this venture get off the ground and to prove it – we are having an official Ribbon Cutting!  We hope you will join us … Continue reading

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Open Memorial Day Weekend

Rucksack Cellars is open Memorial Day Weekend from 12-5 each day!  We hope to see you here – it is going to be a beautiful weekend!  And check out this article in our local paper! Mountain Democrat – May 26, … Continue reading

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Open This Weekend!

Rucksack Cellars will be open today, May 12th through May 14th!   12-5 each day. This week we are pouring: 2016 Chenin Blanc (Just Released) 2016 Barbera Rose 2015 Zinfandel 2013 Cache 2014 Barbera Come out and enjoy!  

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Our First Recipe

A year of so many firsts!  We will be joining Passport 2017 for the first time this year!  And now Ryan has crafted our first recipe that pairs with the Rucksack Wines.  What we love about this recipe is that … Continue reading

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The Inaugural Rucksack Cellars Spring Wine Club Selection

March, 2017 As many people know, one of the basic ideas behind Rucksack Cellars is to get people exploring the Sierra Foothills through wine.  Not only is our appellation wonderfully diverse, but the expression of the foothills is truly unique. … Continue reading

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