Surprisingly, they've been posting for over 2 years, averaging a post every other week or so during that time. Written by vineyard owner Jerrold Robaidek, it's an interesting tale of cold-weather viticulture.
This description of the Sampson Valley Vineyard terrain makes it sound quite different from the vineyards I'm used to here in Sonoma County. And the cold-weather varietals that Sampson plants (Foch, Landot Noir, LaCrosse, Saint Pepin, LaCrescent, Prairie Star and Frontenac) are not your standard California vineyard fare, either.
It's a fun read, with lots of details about managing the vineyard. I suspect it helps Jerrold sell his grapes (yes, Virginia, there are cold-weather wineries).
As always, we've added Sampson Valley Vineyard to our list of winery blogs (even though it's not *yet* a winery).