Harvest has begun in Sonoma County. We love this time of year -- the excitement of crush is addictive. Our friends in wine production spend long hours in the cellar and somehow find time to have wonderful harvest lunches and dinners, and generously open fabulous wines. We feel tied to the wine community in so many ways, and are reminded of those ties every time we see a bottle of Amaro Bilaro. Our amaro begins in the vineyard; grapes are harvested and fermented into wine, which we distill to make the grape spirit that is the basis of our amaro.