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Monthly Archives: July 2011

4th Annual “Wine under the Pines” Charity Event

Wine under the Pines takes place August 6 from 12 to 7pm at the Kimmel Orchard & Vineyard in Nebraska. Five Nebraska wineries and two breweries (one participant is both a winery and a brewery are participating in this charity event to benefit the American Red Cross Disaster Relief which is supporting those who were […]

Shrimp and Orange Salad with Pomegranate/Pair with Cabernet Franc Rosé

Below is a recipe from Casa-Dea Estates Winery for Shrimp and Orange Salad with Pomegranate. Paul Battilana, winemaker, at Casa Dea Estates Winery suggests pairing this recipe for Shrimp and Orange Salad with the Casa-Dea Estates Winery Cabernet Franc Rosé. If you have the opportunity be sure to visit Casa-Dea. The ambiance is great! Enjoy! Kathy […]

Winery Charity Award Entry Deadline Almost Here!

Markham Vineyards in Napa Valley is promoting a special philanthropic program and it ends July 31st! Non-profit organizations that work toward bettering their communities will want to take note. This year is the 4th Annual Mark of Distinction Initiative.  Two $25,000 grants will be given a nonprofit organization. In addition Markham Vineyards is producing two […]

Tickets for the NYC Wine & Food Festival Are Available!

Back in May, I wrote a blog about the New York City Wine & Food Festival to be held this fall, September 29 thru October 2. Tickets are now available for this massive event. Tickets are per event; while some may find prices to be steep, it should be remembered that this is a charity […]

Are “Bad” and “Good” Meaningless Wine Descriptors?

How helpful are the words “bad” or “good” when referring to a wine? Some writers are quick to use these words when discussing a wine. How do their readers interpret the words? When it comes to wine, the use of words like “bad” and “good” are not as simple as they seem. Often the word […]

Entwine: a Portofolio of Wines from a Pairing of the Food Network and Wente Vineyards

For thousands of years wine was thought of as a food item rather than a beverage in Europe. More Americans are also coming to this way of thinking as wines are ordered with meals. Wine is an ingredient in many recipes. WineTrailTraveler.com has over 200 recipes that feature different wines as one of the ingredients. […]

Spend the Lazy Days of Summer Visiting a Winery!

With the hot, humid, lazy days of summer here, maybe it’s time to get out of the house/kitchen and enjoy some time at a winery. In addition to tasting rooms numerous wineries have restaurants onsite. While some are small, others provide a gourmet experience. In addition to restaurants, wineries may also provide entertainment and special […]

New Jersey Winery Opens Wine School

A New Jersey winery is opening a wine school. If you enjoy wine and have any interest in how to make it, then consider producing your own wine with the help of a winery. Cava Winery & Vineyard is opening a “wine school” adjacent to their winery and tasting room. On July 30 at 6:30 […]

Increase the Content – Reflections on WBC11

As press covering this Wine Bloggers Conference, I couldn’t help noticing that the content offered was much less than that provided at the Wineries Unlimited Trade Show and Conference earlier this year in Richmond, Virginia. As an educator, I look for the educational value of keynote addresses and breakout sessions. After reflection, I have some […]

Wine Bloggers Conference: Day Two

Day Two of the Wine Bloggers Conference began with a presentation on “Virginia Wine Industry’s History, Geology, and Business Climate.” Conference attendees then boarded buses leaving for winery visits. We were on bus #1 which headed to Madison County. Our first stop was to DuCard Vineyards. The group was divided into two and our section […]

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