Next we left the beaten path and headed to Robledo Winery, for lunch on their patio, surrounded by the vines. The winery was founded by Reynaldo Robledo, who came from Mexico as a migrant worker when we was just 16 to start working in the vineyards. Over time he became well known for his gift of grafting local vines with imported ones to create plants that can withstand the climate and local pests.
Our final stop for the day was the Wine Foundry in Napa Valley, where they blend and bottle Logikcull’s own wines. Four employees, nominated for embodying our core values, were joined by Logikcull co-founders Andy Wilson and Sheng Yang to help blend this year’s vintage.
It was a great end to an amazing Q2 and the perfect kick start to Q3! Cheers!
This post authored by Laura Goldberg, head of talent and retention at Logikcull. She can be reached at Laura.Goldberg@logikcull.com.