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Pittsburgh Whiskey & Fine Spirits Festival

The upcoming Pittsburgh Whiskey & Fine Spirits Festival benefits Animal Friends.This fabulous opportunity to taste whiskies and fine spirits takes place October 28 from 6pm to 9pm. This is the 10th year for the festival and will benefit Animal Friends/ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org.

The decor/atmosphere of the event will feature palm trees and tropical breezes. If you plan to attend, you may want to enjoy the event by dressing for the tropics with Hawaiian shirts, grass skirts and flip flops. What a way to celebrate the end of the warm season and enter the cold weather season!

The festival will include whiskey, scotch, vodka, tequila and cordials as well as island flavored rum-based refreshments. According to the Pittsburgh Whiskey & Fine Spirits festival website, the festival will feature more than 250 varieties of the various beverages from around the world. Numerous mixologists, distillers, brand ambassadors and industry personalities will be attending the festival to guide, inform and entertain.

Adjacent to the event in the dining area, there will be an array of foods which are included in the price of the ticket. Tickets are available online.

The event is presented by Fine Wine & Good Spirits.


2 Mixed Drink Recipes from Garofalo Artisan Liqueurs

Garofalo Artisan

Garofalo Artisan Liqueurs

In late September, we visited several members of the Shenandoah Spirits Trail. One of the members is Garofalo Artisan Liqueurs in Winchester, Virginia. We wrote an article about the distillery where the owner is infusing natural spirits with some inspiring results.

You will notice the first recipe below calls for Francesca Inzero Walnut Liqueur produced by Garofalo. This particular walnut liqueur process has been handed down from Francesca Inzero who immigrated to the United States in 1897. Francesca is known to have made this special walnut liqueur during Prohibition. Francesca’s grandson, Dick, who started the distillery, produced this liqueur.

Check out the article we wrote about Garofalo Artisan Liqueurs online.


The Forager


1 1/2 oz Francesca Inzero Walnut Liqueur
1 1/2 oz Garofalo Tart Cherry Liqueur
1 spoonful of Pinto Noir Wine (optional)
4 dashes Fee Brothers Cherry Bitters


  1. Stir all ingredients with ice.
  2. Strain into chilled martini glass.
  3. Garnish with cherry on a toothpick

209 Harvest


1/2 oz Edge Hill Port
1/2 oz Francesca

1 1/2 oz Dry Gin


  1. Muddle with orange wedge and shake over ice.
  2. Serve in martini glass with orange wheel garnish.



A “Taste of Hungary”

Hungarian Ambassador

Hungarian Ambassador at a “Taste of Hungry”

On Monday, October 17, the Hungarian Embassy offered a dinner and wine tasting for people interested in Hungarian foods and wines. The event began at 5:30pm a the Library of Congress, James Madison Memorial Building: Montpelier Room.  This building is just across Independence Avenue from the original Library of Congress. After going through the required security check at the main door, we made our way to the 6th floor, winding our way through the large building to the Montpelier event room.

“Taste of Hungry” featured Áldomás brand products and Hungarian wines from Hungary’s Eger, Tokaj, Sopron and Szkeszárd wine regions.

Hungarian Revolution of 1956

Hungarian Revolution of 1956

The reception room showed Hungarian patriotism with the red, green and white Hungarian flags hung. Numerous displays explained the revolution of 1956, with the recognition of the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution. One of the displays noted, “At the end of World War II the Red  Army invaded Hungary. The occupiers introduced a communist dictatorship, put an end to free elections, and power was ultimately exercised by one party, the Hungarian Work People’s Party (MDP). The state security organization controlled by the communist party, the notorious AVO could arrest anyone and at any time, and it did so. There was some kind of an action taken against every third Hungarian citizen.” Each display around the room, offered more insight into the tragic years that the people of Hungary faced. A quote, on one display, from thirty years later by Ronald Reagan in 1986. “They lit a candle of hope and inspiration that can never be extinguished. The revolution was a true revolution of, by and for the people. The Hungarian revolution forever refuted communism’s claims to represent the people, and it told the world that brave hearts still existed to challenge injustice.”

The “Taste of Hungry” reception room had a large round table with bowls of Hungarian bread/rolls topped with cheese. Two types of Hungarian wines were served as people mingled with numerous, quiet conversations taking place.

Ferment wine from Hungary

Ferment wine from Hungary

The wines in the reception area were a 2015 Thummerer Egri Csillag and a Taschner Irsai Olivér. The 2015 Thummerer Egri Csillag was a light yellow color. The wine was a blend of Királyleányka, Leányka, Sauvignon Blanc, Tramini and Zenit. The wine offered floral and peach notes. It had a very crisp finish. The Taschner Irsai Olivér was also a light yellow color. The wine was made with Irsai Olivér grapes. It was extremely aromatic with its floral nuances. You could experience the aroma just by raising the glass to your face. The silky wine was reminiscent of roses and honeysuckle. The finish was crisp.

Shortly after 6pm we were directed to an adjacent room set with numerous tables seating eight. After introductory remarks including that it “requires all your five senses” and this is a “culinary journey”, the Ambassador of Hungary to the the United States, Her Excellency Dr. Réka Szemerkényi spoke enthusiastically about Hungary. She mentioned that Hungary is a small state, and she spoke of the impact of the Revolution of 1956.

Ms. Zsanett Oláh, CEO of the Hungarian National Trading House, spoke about Áldomás emphasizing that the Áldomás food products have no additives or flavor enhancers. To us, this was very interesting as we think about reading the ingredients of products in our local stores and they frequently have a variety of additives.

Hungarian Mixed Plate

Hungarian Mixed Plate

After a few minutes, wine was poured and a delicious mixed Hungarian starter plate was served. This was a colorful combination of three types of lettuce, Hungarian Winter Salamis, Áldomás Mangalitza pork sausage, “Áldomás” goose liver with red onion jam, mushroom pâte, seasoned cottage cheese spread, spring onion, juicy red onions and a bite-size piece of orange pepper. This course was served with a Tokaji Furmint wine and a Pinot Noir from Eger. The 2013 Gróf Degenfeld Tokaji Furmint was a light yellow color. The wine was crafted using Furmint grapes. The wine offered citrus, floral and mineral notes on the aroma. Peaches were noted on the taste. This off-dry wine was slightly sweet and had a crisp finish. The 2014 Gál Tibor Pinot Noir was a translucent red color. It had a red berry fruit aroma and taste. The light to medium bodied wine had mild tannins and a crisp finish.

Hungarian Wine

Hungarian Wine

The second course for the evening was a medallion covered with a sauce plated with soft bites of brussel sprouts. This course was paired with two red wines. This course was paired with two red wines. The 2013 Takler Reserve Kékfrankos was a translucent ruby color. The wine was made with Kékfrankos (also Blaufränkisch) grapes. It offered black fruits on the aroma and taste especially black cherry. The wine had bold tannins and was full bodied. The finish was crisp with a bit of leather. The second red was a 2012 St. Andrea Merengö Egri Bikavér Superior. The blend included Kékfrankos, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Syrah. The wine was a dark ruby color emphasizing dark fruits, bold tannins and a full body. The finish was crisp.

Crepe dessert

Crepe dessert

Dessert was a sumptuous multi-layered confection, a layered crépe-cake with cinnamon-plum jam. It had a creamy, smooth consistency with layers of very thin pastry. Served with dessert was a Szicsek Aged Jonathan Apple Pálinka. This was a light yellow colored spirit with 44% alcohol (88 proof). It offered an apple aroma and taste. The smooth mouthfeel also had some alcohol burn. The spirit had a very long apple aftertaste.

BudaPassion Music group

BudaPassion Trio Music

The evening ended with a performance by the BudaPassion Trio. The trio consisted of a vocalist, violinist and keyboardist. Unfortunately, the conversations in the room continued and it was difficult to hear the musicians at their best.

Terry and Kathy Sullivan
Wine Trail Traveler

Zaching Against Cancer

Aching Against Cancer

Zaching Against Cancer

Zaching Against Cancer is a non-profit organization that makes a difference for those struck down with cancer. Zachary Lederer was diagnosed for a second time with brain cancer while a student at the University of Maryland. In 2013, Zachary with his parents, John and Chris Lederer, set up Zaching Against Cancer. Zach is well known for the photo his father took of him making a strongman pose to show his family and friends after surgery in January 2012. Zach is to be admired for his spirit which is seen through his statement, “I want the world to be a better place because I was here.”

Zachary was inspired to start Zaching Against Cancer because of the struggles he saw other cancer patients enduring. A fact sheet notes, “While Lederer was in and out of the hospital, he noticed the struggles of other patients who did not have the resources he was lucky enough to have, such as: a family who could stay with him, a warm house to go home to, good insurance, transportation, etc. Through these observations, Lederer developed the mission for his nonprofit organization and became determined to help others in his situation.”

The mission of Zaching Against Cancer is, “To provide support, strength, inspiration and positive influences to cancer patients and their support networks through scholarships, internships and cancer research funding.”

The Zaching Against Cancer Foundation is a non-profit foundation which seeks to support cancer patients and their networks with research and scholarships. “ZACF works to spread Zachary’s mission of #LivingtheDream by helping and inspiring others. The organization supports cancer patients and caregivers of all ages, as well as patients of all types of cancers.”

The Turf Valley Fall Festival Event to Support Zaching Against Cancer

Terry wrote a blog on Friday regarding the Turf Valley Fall Festival Event. This wine, food, and music event, was held to raise funds for the Zaching Against Cancer Foundation. The event took place inside a large enclosed tent outside Petite Cellars at Turf Valley. Terry’s blog provided details about the wines he tasted. I tasted different wines including the Clos de Nit Crianza which was a translucent dark purple color. The wine offered notes of earthiness and dark fruit. This wine was dry and had tannins. The mouthfeel was rough. My favorite wine of the evening was the Kanonkop Kadette that sells for $18.97. The wine was an almost opaque dark purple color with a light aroma. The wine offered notes of blackberries and tannins. What I liked about this wine was the smooth mouthfeel it offered. The Falesco Est Est Est had a light peach aroma. This light-bodied wine was crisp and had notes of peach. This is a food friendly wine.

The festival also included food provided by several restaurants in the Turf Valley Town Square. We saw Xitomate which is a Cocina mexicana & tequila bar, Grill 620, Asian Court and more. Of particular interest to me was Pinot’s Palette which bills itself as a “paint-and-sip destination.” I love the idea of painting and sipping wine. Live music was also provided during the event. I enjoyed the music but it was a bit loud for trying to have a conversation with other attendees.

The Zachary Against Cancer Foundation holds other events including:

  • November 19, 2016 – Zaching Running Festival at Turf Valley Resort/turf Valley Towne Square, Ellicott City, MD
  • February 25, 2017 – “Living the Dream” Gala
  • March 5, 2017 – The Zaching Running Festival at Bayside in Selbyville, DE
  • Watch the Zaching Against Cancer website for more events and next years 3rd Annual Fall Festival with wine and food.

Donations are also accepted online.

The website offers a great deal of information and resources for those with cancer and their caregivers. One site that was particular interesting is The Little Things. According to the Zaching website, “The Little Things for Cancer program is dedicated to improving the quality of life for cancer patients and their caregivers.”

Take a moment to show you care and visit Zaching Against Cancer website.


Two Cocktails for Fall & Thanksgiving



This week I received the cocktail recipes below that use Prosecco as one of the ingredients. The cocktails are suggested for fall events including Thanksgiving. The Prosecco for each cocktail is Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore DOCG.

Orange Cinnamon Blossom 


1 bottle of Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore DOCG
1/2 lemon
1/2 orange
1 tablespoon honey
1/4 cup sugar
3 whole cloves
3 whole allspice
2 cinnamon sticks


1. Rinse lemon and orange and thinly slice them, discarding seeds; quarter the orange slices.
2. Put fruit in a 4- to 5-quart pan. Add honey, sugar (use the smaller amount if you prefer drinks on the tart side, the larger if you want a sweeter flavor), cloves and allspice.
3. With a knife, cut the cinnamon sticks lengthwise into thinner strips. Add cinnamon and 2 cups water to pan; bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat and boil gently for 5 minutes.
4. Pour Prosecco into hot citrus base and heat until steaming, about 8 minutes.
5. Keep warm over low heat. Ladle into heatproof cups or wineglasses.

Lemon Elderflower

Lemon Elderflower

Lemon Elderflower Cocktail


Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore DOCG
1-2 ounce St. Germain Elderflower liqueur
2-3 drops Angostura bitters
Lemon rind (as garnish)


1. Place St. Germain Elderflower liqueur into a cocktail glass and add drops of Angostura bitters.
2. Fill glass with Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore DOCG to mix.
3. Top with twist of lemon.

The beginning of Santa Margherita winery goes back to 1935 when Gaetano Marzotto decided to create a large agricultural enterprise. Winemaking was an important part of the operation. Since that time the winery has continued to expand and is now known as the Santa Margherita Wine Group.

Two tasting venues are available for visitors. One is in Toscana and the other is in Veneto. More information is available online.



Second Annual Turf Valley Fall Wine Festival

Petite Cellars in the Turf Valley Town Square shopping center

Petite Cellars in the Turf Valley Town Square shopping center

Last evening, Kathy and I were invited to the 2nd Annual Turf Valley Fall Wine Festival held behind Petite Cellars in Turf Valley Town Square shopping center. The event supported Support Zaching Against Cancer. This well attended wine, beer and food event was well planned and coordinated. This post will focus on the wines and Kathy will write a post that will focus on the charity.

Wines from producers in Argentina, South Africa, Italy, Spain and France were available for tasting. The event also included food from the restaurants in Turf Valley Town Square. The event took place in a large tent attached to the rear of Petite Cellars, a wine shop in the shopping center. The tent was enclosed and there were heaters available. The mild October evening was pleasant and the space was perfect. Petite Cellars had the wines featured during the event for sale with a portion of the sales going to Support Zaching Against Cancer.


I started tasting a few white wines. Santa Julia is a winery in Mendoza, Argentina. Their 2016 Pinot Grigio was a light yellow color with tropical fruits, apples and pears. The wines was crisp with a hint of minerals. It is always nice to have a southern hemisphere vintage wine during the same year it was harvested. This was a great wine to start the tasting and was a great buy at $9.97.

Two Spanish wines made with Godello grapes and the other made with Treixadura grapes

Two Spanish wines made with Godello grapes and the other made with Treixadura grapes

My next white wine was from a Spanish producer. The 2015 Senda Verde Treixadura D.O. Ribeiro was a delicious rocking chair white that had a yellow color. The wine was made with 100% Treixadura grapes from the norther region of Spain along the Miño River. There were floral notes on the aroma and peach on the taste. The wine had a nice crisp finish. The wine retails for $15.97, and would pair well with fish, white meats and spicy dishes; however, I would enjoy this wine simply by itself.

Staying with this producer, I tasted the 2015 Senda Verde Godello D.O. Bierzo. This yellow colored wine was made with 100% Godello grapes that were hand harvested. There was about ten hours of skin contact prior to pressing the grapes for the juice. The wine offered notes of peaches and mineral with a crisp finish. The Godello retails for $15.97, and would pair well with grilled fish and poultry. This is another wine for a rocking chair on a porch.

With the whites wetting my appetite, it was time to turn to some red wines. The first was from Demorgenzon, a producer from the Western Cape of South Africa. The 2015 DeMorgenzon Maestro Red was a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc. The wine was a dark opaque ruby color with dark fruit aroma. The taste reminded me of blackberries, cassis and plums. The full bodied wine had tannins and a crisp finish. It retails for $28.97.

Just a sample of the wonderful foods

Just a sample of the wonderful foods

With switching to the reds it was time to sample some of the foods. I started with some Italian bites from Facci. There was a nice spread on a table with a fruit platter, vegetable platter and wonderful fried chicken. We also made stops at tables with foods from Asian Court, Grille 620 and Xitomate, a Mexican food restaurant.

A Merlot from the Lazio region of Italy

A Merlot from the Lazio region of Italy

The next red was a 2011 Falesco Montiano Lazio Merlot. This all Merlot wine had a ruby opaque color. The aroma and taste reminded me of cherries with some earthy undertones. The full bodied wine had tannins and some leather hints on a long aftertaste. The wine retails for $49.97. Another Italian red tasted was the 2012 Castello di Bossi Chianti Classico. Of the wineries represented at the event, this was the only winery that Kathy and I visited and wrote about. The wine had a translucent ruby color with cherries and licorice on the aroma and taste. The wine had medium tannins with a medium to full body. The finish was crisp with cherries and oak. This Merlot retails for $22.97.

The last red I tasted was the 2013 Zuccardi Tito. Zuccardi is a winery in the Mendoza, Argentina region. This opaque dark ruby colored wine was a blend of 80% Malbec, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Ancellotta. The wine had dark fruits and licorice notes. It had a velvety smooth mouthfeel with medium to bold tannins and a full body. The finish was crisp and fruity. The wine retails for $44.97.

We enjoyed the 2nd Annual Turf Valley Fall Wine Festival and look forward to returning to the event next year.


Glorious Bites Challenge Finale Coming Up!

Gloria Ferrer Sonoma Brut

Gloria Ferrer Sonoma Brut

On Saturday, October 15, the Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards’ Glorious Bites final challenge will take place between three semi-finalists. The contestants are vying for a $5,000 prize. The contestants were chosen at three regional semi-finals. We wrote about the Washington, DC semi-final where we had fun interviewing Jerry Edwards from Timonium, MD, who won.

Plan now to attend this final Glorious Bites Challenge taking place at the Gloria Ferrer winery in Sonoma this Saturday. This is sure to be an enjoyable event. Attendees will be able to enjoy appetizers, wine and a cooking demonstration by Executive Chef Jennifer Luttrell. Tickets for the final judging are available online.

Glorious Bites, Jerry Edwards, semi-finalist

Glorious Bites, Jerry Edwards, semi-finalist

The three semi-finalists are Diane Williams who’s special appetizer is Triple “B” Won Tons Beef, Blue Cheese, & Bacon, Chera Little who is competing with Miso-Maple Glazed Cod Wonton-Cho’s with Crispy Bok Choy Slaw and Jerry Edwards competing with Lobster and Brie Dogs.

The purpose of the Glorious Bites Challenge was to find yummy appetizers that would pair with the Gloria Ferrer Sonoma Brut. Appetizers were also judged according to taste and appearance. The judges, who we watched judging the appetizers in Washington, DC, were serious and intense in their concentration while judging each appetizer.

The judges for this final event include Christopher Sawyer – a sommelier and founder of SawyerSomm.com, Sara Deseran – a food writer and editor for San Francisco magazine. The event will be emceed by Leslie Sbrocco, who is an author, wine consultant and television host.

Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma, California has spent an immense amount of time and effort in the Glorious Bites Challenge.

Fall Wine Festival Supports Cancer Foundation

Event 2015

1st Annual Turf Valley Fall Wine Festival in 2015

Thursday, October 13, the 2nd Annual Turf Valley Fall Wine Festival will be held behind the Petite Cellars shop  at Turf Valley Towne Square. This special wine, beer and food event is supporting the Zaching Against Cancer Foundation. The 2nd Annual Turf Valley Fall Wine Festival is hosted by the Turf Valley Towne Square which is located in Ellicott City, Maryland.

The Annual Turf Valley Wine Festival includes: wine, beer, food and live music. Petite Cellars will provide the wines, Flying Dog is providing local craft beers and restaurants at Tuf Valley Towne Square will be providing food.

The wines to be featured at the festival will be from Santa Julia, Senda Verde, Castello Di Bossi, Clos De Nit, Demorgenzon, Falesco, Kanonkop, Librandi, Paul Buisse and Zuccardi.

About the Zaching Against Cancer Foundation

The press release included this important information, “Proceeds from the outdoor, tented, rain or shine event, will benefit the Zaching Against Cancer Foundation, an organization created to provide support, strength, inspiration and positive influences to cancer patients and their support networks through scholarships, support services, research and patient outreach. The Zaching Against Cancer Foundation was created by former University of Maryland student Zachary Lederer. Lederer fought brain cancer twice and lost his battle to the disease in 2014 after popularizing the ‘strongman pose’ which went viral as a sign of strength in the face of adversity.”

Tickets for the 2nd Annual Turf Valley Fall Wine Festival are available online. They are $50 per ticket. Tickets purchase at the festival are priced at $60.

Festival Address:

Turf Valley Towne Square
(behind Petite Cellars)
11075 Resort Road
Ellicott City, MD 21042

Make plans to attend the Fall Festival to enjoy the beverages and foods, but more importantly to help the Zaching Against Cancer Foundation.


Temecula’s People’s Choice Blind Tasting


Wilson Creek Winery & Vineyards, Temecula

Temecula Valley in Southern California is a delightful place to visit with a vast array of different styles of wineries. Wine lovers can discover small, petite wineries as well as large mansion-style wineries.

I just received the results of the first People’s Choice Blind Tasting that was held on September 29. The top winners included:



Danza del Sol’s 2015 Pinot Grigio ($28)
Wilson Creek’s 2012 Petite Sirah ($64.99)
Briar Rose Winery’s 2013 Estate Riesling ($24)
Doffo Winery’s 2014 Zinfandel ($$69)
Monte de Oro Winery & Vineyards’ 2015 Nostimo ($23)
Avensole Winery’s 2012 Second Block ($60.95)

The details for the People’s Choice Blind Tasting:

  • 200 guests tasted 23 white wines and 26 red wines
  • Wines were rated 1 – 10
  • All wines were produced from 100% Temecula grown fruit
  • Wine prices varied from $16 to more than $100 a bottle

The top ten in the white and red categories are listed below with the prices.

White Wines

Bel Vino Winery 2014 Chardonnay ($21.95)
Briar Rose Estate Riesling, 2013 ($24)
Danza del Sol Pinot Grigio, 2015 ($28)
Falkner Chardonnay, 2015 ($24.95)
Fazeli Cellars Sauvignon Blanc, 2014 ($28)
Maurice Car’rie “Soft” Chenin Blanc, 2015 ($20.95)
Monte de Oro “Nostimo”, 2015 ($23)
Oak Mountain Viogner, 2015 ($24)
Robert Renzoni Chardonnay, 2014 ($26)
Wiens Roussanne, 2015 ($26)

Red Wines

Avensole “Second Block” Zinfandel, 2012 ($60.95)
Carter Estate Merlot, 2012 ($50)
Doffo Zinfandel, 2014 ($69)
Europa Village Private Reserve Sangiovese, 2013 ($48)
Fazeli Cellars Shiraz, 2012 ($48)
Hart Winery “Tres Hermanos” GSM, 2014 ($34)
Leoness Cellars Vineyard Selection Merlot, 2013 ($52)
Oak Mountain Malbec, 2012 ($45)
Robert Renzoni “Sonata”, 2013 ($42)
Wilson Creek Petite Sirah, 2012 ($64.99)

We were fortunate to visit many of the wineries in Temecula and wrote articles about every one we visited. Enjoy the articles and photos online.


A Heartland Wine Trail Features Cookies

Spyglass Ridge

Spyglass Ridge

In anticipation of the holidays, several wine trails are hosting special holiday events. One such wine trail is the Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail.

The Heartland Christmas event features cookies. Remember those good, old days when the scent of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and vanilla filled the house? Perhaps you were arriving home from school or work and  walking into the kitchen grabbing a cookie warm off the cookie sheet and a glass of milk.

In the celebration of homemade cookies, the members of the  Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail will celebrate with recipes and cookie cutters. At the first winery, participants will receive a grapevine wreath and wine glass plus a cookie cutter and a recipe.

Heartland Christmas Cookie Event Dates

The cookie event takes place on three weekends and includes November 19-20, November 27-28 and December 3-4.

Tickets are a reasonable $15 and may be purchased at participating wineries or online. Note that the tickets are good for all three weekends.

While picking up your cookie cutters and recipes, check out and taste the wines. You may want to purchase wines that you want to serve with your holiday meals. Plan to spend some time in your kitchen baking some of these “sure to be good” cookies!

Wineries participating in the Holiday Cookie event include:

Armstrong Valley
Benigna’s Creek
Broad Mountain
Bucks Valley
Buddy Boy
Happy Valley
Juniata Valley
Mt. Nittany
Red Shale Ridge
Seven Mountains
Shade Mountain
Spyglass Ridge
Winery at Hunters Valley

Wine Trail Traveler visited and wrote reviews about several of these wineries. Discover the review articles online.

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