On January 22, 2016 we enjoyed the opportunity to tell our story and how Twisted Cedar is helping grow the Native American wine category on the Native America Calling radio show. Along with host Tera Gatewood, Potawatomi Chef Loretta Barrett Oden and Marshall McKay, Chairman Emeritus of the Yocha Dehe-Wintun Nation, we discuss how wine […]
Coming for the month of February, Twisted Cedar 2015 Lodi, Sangiovese Rose’ is vibrant pink in color with aromatics of fresh strawberries and cream, joined by flavors of fresh blood oranges. Crisp acidity and a smooth, dry finish make this Rose’ perfect to sip on its own or enjoy with a light meal. This is […]
Sight: The first sense used to examine wine is sight. There are three kinds of color receptor cells in the eye and each specializes in receiving stimuli from a different part of the color spectrum. By integrating the information received from these specialized cells, the brain makes it possible to discriminate several hundred different hues. […]
Did you know that Twisted Cedar Wines spend their entire liquid lives trapped either in a barrel or a bottle? Be a hero this weekend and release some Twisted Cedar Native American Wine from their bottle!
On September 30, 2015, Executive Chef Jerome Grant of Mitsitam Cafe inside of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian sat down with Thyme Fries to discuss his new fall menu. Chef Grant shared his vision of offering an exclusively Native American sourced menu. Chef Grant also explains how he came to the […]
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At Twisted Cedar we are proud of the sustainable practices that go into the production of our wines. However, we are equally proud of our Native American roots. We enjoy every chance that we get to share the rich culture and traditions of the Cedar Band of the Paiute Indians. Twisted Cedar Wines allow for an […]