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Monthly Archives: January 2010

The Eat, Drink & Give Event to Benefit Haiti in February

Several Canadian wineries are sponsoring the Eat, Drink & Give Event on February 9, 2010. The event is held at the Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto beginning at 6:30 pm. Other contributing organizations are international wineries and restaurants. Wines and foods are donated to this event. The proceeds will benefit Doctors Without Borders and will […]

Don’t Turn Down a Chance to Help at a Winery

Yesterday we spent a couple of hours at Tin Lizzie Wineworks helping, winemaker, Dave Zuchero organizing and cleaning. Other than being a very cold day, as long as one stayed inside and moved, we were okay. The camaraderie that exists when working on a common goal is delightful. We asked questions and learned more from […]

Why Didn’t I Think of That? A Wine Label That Focuses on Sustainability

How many times have you thought, “Why didn’t I think of that?” Kudos to Doug Miller for devising a wine label that focuses on sustainability. Miller created a label that looks like a nutritional list but focuses on sustainability. Doug Miller, a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania, has devised a wine bottle label, “Production […]

Valentine’s Day Romantic Dinner in Temecula

If you will be in Temecula, California for Valentine’s Day, consider making reservations at Thornton Winery. This dining specialty will include a table for two with a rose for your sweetheart. Price is $85 per person with discounts available for club members. The price includes a choice of seating locations, live music and a gourmet […]

Participate in an Online Wine Tasting of California Cabernet

On February 11, tweeters and wine lovers will have the opportunity to have fun tasting California Cabernet wines and tweeting about them. Those who participate in this event can order their Cabernet wine from a California winery or purchase a bottle at their local wine shop or perhaps grocery store. The plan is to divide […]

South Beach Wine & Food Festival 2010 Contributes to Haiti Relief

The South Beach Wine & Food Festival will be held from February 25-28, 2010. In an effort to help the people of Haiti, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival is donating 100% of the gross advance ticket sales of the South Beach Diet event Fun and Fit as a Family. Advance tickets for the […]

And Just Who is Randall Grahm?

Randall Grahm is well known in California for his winery Bonny Doon Vineyard, winemaking, unusual wine bottle labels and author. After reading Been Doon So Long: A Randall Grahm Vinthology published last year and following Randall Grahm on Twitter, I feel as if I know Grahm and would like to know more about him. So […]

Name and Wine Conflicts

We are a litigious society. However, the 99 percent of the winemakers and owners we have met are wonderful people and I feel fortunate to have met them and wish them all well. I was disappointed when I read a press release about a conflict between two companies over a name. A winery in California […]

North Willamette Vintners Wine Trail Weekend in April

Considering a trip to Portland, Oregon this spring? Wine enthusiasts may want to consider spending April 10 and 11 in wine country and enjoy the 2nd annual North Willamette Vintners Wine Trail Weekend. Twenty-one wineries will be open for this event. Some of these wineries are usually not open to the public. Tickets are available […]

Support Direct Wine Shipping in Maryland

Stores throughout the country are allowed to ship thousands of goods directly to consumers. Think about it. Televisions, computers, potato chips, chocolates, books…. As you know the list can just go on and on. Look at all that Amazon offers consumers. As a long time resident of Maryland, I have been waiting and waiting to […]

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