One for the Books: Rocklands and Continuing Education
Pouring Wine and Feeling Fine: The Story of a Rocklands Wine Taster
Get to Know Rocklands' Summer Interns
Why Every Winemaker Needs to Visit Spain Now
In this post, I interviewed Rocklands Farm winemaker TJ Fleming about why he thinks Spain should be on every winemaker's short list.
5 Ways to Make a Day of Your Next Rocklands Trip
When I tell people about heading to Rocklands for the day, they ask what other activities they can do while they're "out in the country." In this post, I explored a few local excursions that go well with a bottle of Rocklands wine.
The Business of Farming: Behind the Scenes with Chris Ahn
It's not every day that you get paid to write about your husband. I tried to present a behind the scenes look at Chris' path to farming. He's constantly surprising me with skills and experiences he's picked up along the way, so I wanted to share a few of them here.
The Barn: Getting Back to Old Times
Any blog that requires me to delve into the Encyclopedia of American Folklife is fine by me. In this post, I got to write about Rocklands' new event they're holding once a month in their very old barn ... the Old Time Jam.
Partners in Wine: Rocklands Farm and Pizza Brama
I love food. Especially Italian food. So writing about the relationship between Rocklands Farm and Pizza Brama was particularly fun for me.
Why All Millennials Should Work on a Farm
In this post, I got to interview Rocklands Farm's youngest staff member and learn just why farming is so good for the young soul.
Rocklands Farm and the C&O
I had a lot of fun with this post and let my inner historical nerd take over.
Staff Spotlight: Anna
In Rocklands Farm's first Staff Spotlight, I got to talk to a friend, farmer, and flower whisperer: Anna Glenn.
The Best Medicine: A Closer Look at Anna's Rosé
My second post for Rocklands featured an interview with winemaker TJ Fleming about the farm's upcoming rosé release.