Jul 8, 2019
Michael Honig's father was in the wine business and Michael's first job when he took over the family winery at age 22 was to sell his wines door to door in San Francisco. Today he's still selling his wines but now he's traveling to all fifty states and is on the road three weeks each month, spreading the word. His enthusiasm for the winery that bears his family name has not waned, either. Despite the extraordinary expense of running a Napa winery and the perceived glamor of the industry, Michael reminds us that producing wine, at its core, starts with farming.