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Monthly Archives: August 2010

Wineries, Itineraries and Labor Day Weekend

Tuesdays are known as traveltuesday for a group interested in travel on Twitter. Just use the hashtag #traveltuesday after your tweet about travel. Today (Tuesday) is the perfect day to suggest that those who enjoy tasting wine at wineries check out the itineraries on the Wine Trail Traveler website. If you will be traveling for […]

Wine, Politics and Fall Elections

When I was in college I enjoyed learning about politics. In fact I majored in Political Science and was a summer intern on Capitol Hill. All those years ago, I was impressed with the Congressman I worked for and what I was doing in his office. Frequently there were messages from constituents who asked for […]

Grilled Peaches Recipe Made with Red Wine

It’s still summer so if you are grilling, here is a recipe for Grilled Peaches that uses red wine. Enjoy! Cheers, Kathy Grilled Peaches with Fresh Cherry Sauce Yield: 4 servings Ingredients For the sauce: 1 lb dark Northwest cherries, pitted (about 1 cup) 1 T sugar 1/2 c dry red wine 1 t balsamic […]

Cherry Sauce Recipe Includes White Wine

Hope everyone is enjoying their weekend! If you are planning on grilling salmon this weekend or for Labor Day weekend, you may enjoy this cherry sauce that is served over grilled salmon. It calls for ten ingredients but its an easy recipe to prepare. Enjoy! Cheers! Kathy Grilled Salmon Cherry Sauce Ingredients 3 c pitted […]

AstraPouch-Another Type of Wine Packaging

New and unique wine packaging has been introduced into the United States. Will it take a while to catch on? Already the AstraPouch is being used in the UK, South Africa and Australia. The AstraPouch was developed by AstraPouch North America and is being used by Glenora Wine Cellars to package their Trestle Creek Riesling. […]

An Opportunity to Taste Top-Scoring Maryland Wines and Support Maryland Winegrowing PAC

Celebrate the 1st day of September, drink Maryland wine and support the Maryland Winegrowing PAC. On Wednesday, September 1 guests will be able to join WYPR’s Cellar Notes host Al Spoler at Clementine, Baltimore MD. Guests will enjoy wines that scored high during the Maryland Governor’s Cup Competition as well as wines that are not […]

Winery Events for August 27, 28 and 29

Thursday is the day I enjoy posting events at wineries for the coming weekend. Check the winery website sfor times and descriptions. Enjoy a visit to one of our WTT partners. Cheers! Kathy Lorimar Winery August 28 Music/Naomi Balcombe Sax/Jazz Lorimar WineryWebsite Tesoro Winery Temecula, California August 27 Hot Summer Nights in Old Town – […]

Insight into Wine Competitions

I enjoyed reading a long post about wine competitions by New York Cork Report. The staff of the New York Cork Report has decided that for the foreseeable future they will not judge wine competitions. Titled We Won’t Participate as Judges in Wine Competitions: Here’s Why the lengthy post describes many of the issues involved […]

Labor Day Wine Festivals

Below I have listed four wine festivals from across the country that will take place Labor Day Weekend. An array of wine events will take place Labor Day Weekend so be sure to check out what’s available in your area. I will tweet more Labor Day wine festivals in the next few days. Follow me […]

A Wine and Culinary Center to be Built

Soon a wine and culinary center will be built in Washington. The supporters of the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center in Prosser, Washington are striving to start with an outdoor event facility with an area that is also capable of holding meetings and small events. The building is expected to be opened in the fall […]

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