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Cheers! A guide to wines for the holidays!

November 2018

Perhaps you know the feeling. The family is gathered around the table.  Everyone looks at you expectantly, and then … and then you panic. What wine goes with turkey?


October 2018

Since buying a historic 600-acre ranch in Gaviota, he and his wife, Kim, and four children are more focused on viticulture and winemaking, from ground to glass, as the owners of Folded Hills Winery. It’s clearly a family business.


September 2018

Last month we were fortunate to enjoy a VIP wine tasting at Folded Hills, set just five miles from the ocean in the Santa Ynez Valley near Santa Barbara, California. In a typical wine tasting, you get a group tour of the winery, a bit of history, and a sampling of the wines. At Folded Hills, you get so much more, and it certainly lives up to the expectation.

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June 2018

Kim and Andy Busch launched their first set of wines more than a year ago in St. Louis – all named for members of Andy Busch’s family or Grant’s Farm. The Lilly Rosé is an estate rosé named after the numerous generations of Lillys in the Busch family.


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April 2018

Kim and Andy Busch return to St. Louis to celebrate the one year anniversary of their new wine brand, Folded Hills.

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Winter 2017

Our tastings are geared toward discovery: We regularly turn up great wines from new producers, or from old-school wineries that have reinvented themselves. Here are ten that caught our attention this year—producers we’ll be looking out for in the years to come.

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May 2017

If the Busch name reminds you of a certain beverage, it’s time to think again, as polo patron Andy Busch debuts Folded Hills wines.

April 2017

Follow the story of a magical wedding weekend including a farmstead visit, cocktails on the main lawn, and lakeside ceremony.

Summer 2015

A feature highlighting Folded Hills’ KuneKune Pigs

January 2016

Six page article showcasing the Farmstead’s friendly animals and fresh produce.