“If you spend a lot of time here, you start to lose track of . . . everything,” laughs Andrew Mariani, proprietor of Scribe Winery. Standing on the balcony of an old hacienda, a colony of swallows catching the updrafts around us and dusk settling on the vineyards, we couldn’t agree more. Andrew, his family, his friends and a cadre of artists, musicians and chefs are collaborating to continue the story of this colorful and historic winery and farm. Scribe Winery is continually and actively engaging in the relationship between land, history, wine, food and arts in a fresh, thoughtful and—dare we say—magical way.
We were able to return to Scribe Winery’s “Hacienda” to participate in their “last bash” before they remodel. Check out the video: