Bart Zandbergen Talks with Riverain Vineyards President, Dean Gray
Host Bart Zandbergen was joined in the studio by Dean Gray, President and Proprietor of Riverain. Connecting last year at the annual Napa in Newport event benefitting Cure Duchenne, Bart and Dean discuss how Riverain came to be, how passion plays a significant role in being successful in what you apply yourself to, and how giving back is truly a gift that keeps on giving. Plus, Dean shares a few little known facts about the vineyard while Bart shares the reason he loves Riverain’s decadent Pinot Noir.
In this episode learn more about:
- The history of Riverain, which produced its first vintage in 2011
- The wines Riverain produces and their limited production
- How the name Riverain came to be and what its meaning is
- How Rivierain became involved in Cure Duchenne and why they are passionate about giving back
When asked what his Ultimate Lesson Learned throughout his lifetime has been, he shared, “The key word is Passion. Apply yourself and do it with passion in whatever endeavor you choose.”
To learn more about Riverain Vineyards, visit: https://riverainvineyards.com/
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