"If you get turkey in here, the natural predators for the turkey are the bobcat and the mountain lion," he said.
I'd like to tell you that at this point we rounded a corner and had a phenomenal encounter with a wily group of turkeys. It didn't happen, but we did have a fantastic lunch, complete with wild turkey from a previous vineyard hunt.
In fact, from the wine on the table to the stuffing, everything seemed to be from the vineyard.
The sausage in the stuffing? "It was a wild boar that was walking through the vineyard," Trinchero said.
At this point there's really only one more thing you need to know.
Trinchero said the turkey he hunts do taste better than the turkey you'd find in your grocery store, because they "eat a more diverse diet."
Of course, the wine helps, too.