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Monthly Archives: October 2011

Wine, Cheese, Vinegar and Heinz Ketchup

Since becoming involved with wine and travel, I’ve found myself more interested in the history, story and innovations behind other food categories. For instance there is a similarity between wine, cheese, olive oil and vinegars. Mankind has been making these foods for centuries. Also, fermentation is a common step in making many of these items. […]

International Wine And Culinary Event

On Thursday November 10, Luxehome working with Wine Spectator is sponsoring the fifth annual CHILL. This is an international wine and culinary event featuring worldwide wines paired with cuisines from 40 chefs. Guests will have the opportunity to participate in a sophisticated food and wine event while enjoying the large selection of Luxehome items for home […]

Apple Raisin Risotto for Dessert

Just in time for the fall season which for many means fresh apples. Even better it’s a dessert recipe with one apple, raisins and a dessert wine. Try it some time this weekend and enjoy! Enjoy! Apple Raisin Risotto Servings: Makes 6 servings. Ingredients 2 T firmly-packed brown sugar 1 T butter or margarine 1 […]

Maryland Local Products Available at Maryland Wineries this Weekend!

Maryland has five wine trails with more than 50 licensed wineries. Two of the wine trails have joined for an event this weekend  The Frederick and Carroll Wine Trails Go Local. On Saturday, October 29 and Sunday, October 30 several wineries are pairing their local wines with locally made and produced products. A visit to […]

Wine Tasting Room Activities for the Weekend!

Over the next few days numerous winery tasting rooms will be hosting Halloween activities, be sure to check the wineries out near you to see what they have planned. Also take a look at some of the earlier blogs that highlight individual Halloween events. Cheers! Kathy Thursday, October 27 Cava Winery & Vineyard, New Jersey […]

Where is Wine Made?

Anyone who has visited many winery tasting rooms has probably heard, “Wine is made in the vineyard.”  Wait a minute! Is the speaker trying to tell you that you can just squeeze a pound for so of grapes in the vineyard and you’ll have your glass of wine! No, I don’t think so…. The problem […]

Muscadine vs Muscato

I find it interesting to read answers to wine questions. Local Wine Events sends out a newsletter that not only lists wine events in your region, but also has answers to questions. In today’s newsletter there was a question titled “Muscadine vs Muscato.” The writer wanted to know if the health benefits reported by literature […]

First Weekend of November Wine and Food Festivals

Check out these wine festivals and events for the first weekend of November. What a great way to start November! It’s not too early to start searching for your holiday wines! Cheers Kathy Big Sur Food & Wine Festival November 3 – 5 Big Sur, California Tickets are available online. This is the third Big […]

“Four on the Shore” Celebrate with Hallo“Wine” Celebration

Visitors to Maryland’s Eastern Shore including the tourist areas of Ocean City and Assateague Island can enjoy a visit to a small group of wineries named “Four on the Shore”. We discovered Four on the Shore back in the summer while visiting the area. Four on the Shore includes Layton’s Chance Vineyard & Winery, Costa […]

Turkey Trot Progressive Wine Tasting

Ohio has a whole list of wineries located along six wine trails. Whether you are looking for a winery with a restaurant, a boutique winery or a large production facility, you will enjoy learning about the Ohio wines and wine history. Several wineries have charity events during the year. Winegrowers of the Grand River Valley […]

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