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In the spring of 2020, we installed a giant propane generator and three Tesla batteries to help when power outages occur. Before the Teslas were installed, we had a short power outage and the generator kicked in immediately. Worked like a charm! At least we won't have to worry this harvest. The tasting room is still a work in progress as COVID-19 shut down Napa's planning/building department. The virus also abruptly halted tourism and tasting customers. This has had a significant impact on the wine industry, but through all of this, we hope our community will come out stronger. COVID impacts continued throughout the year with intermittent windows of

In 2010 Joy and I visited Paloma for the first time. We met Paloma’s matriarch, Barbara Richards. Not only did we have a great time tasting on the back porch with the hummingbirds, but also found her stories of Paloma’s start and growth fascinating. We have loved Paloma wines ever since. We’ve sent a number of our friends to Paloma and they all have had wonderful experiences. In fact, one of our friends loved Paloma so much and the friendship he developed with Sheldon that he has gone out and helped with the harvest. We live in South Florida and don’t get a chance to visit that often, but when

Fires, smoke and power outages made 2019 another challenging year. But as always, we made it through with the valiant help from client volunteers at harvest! They were great—thank you all.  The county has required that all wineries update our user permits. For Paloma it requires some significant changes. My parents' house, that we have tasted in for 26 years, is no longer an option. We are going to build a free-standing tasting room instead! I cannot wait to show you all the new plans to bring Paloma into 2020! -Sheldon