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Monthly Archives: August 2012

Labor Day Weekend Wine Events

With this long Labor Day weekend, there may not be a better time to visit a winery. If you are looking for an activity or music to enjoy along with a glass of wine, check out some of the winery events below

Let’s Enjoy Wine on Tap!

Wine on tap is a win-win situation for winemakers, restaurants, consumers and the environment.

“First Press of the Season” Celebration at Distillery Lane Ciderworks

This Labor Day weekend, Distillery Lane Ciderworks, is hosting its “First Press of the Season” event on Saturday from 10am until 6pm and is for the whole family to enjoy.

Another Good Concept to Increase Wine Tourism

…how many other wineries near metropolitan areas are encouraging visitors by providing transportation.

Upcoming Wine Experiences

A wonderful experience is important when enjoying a wine. Discover these upcoming wine experiences.

Duck Breasts with Honey,Ginger & Lavender

Enjoy the recipe below for Duck Breasts with Honey, Ginger & Lavender from R. Stuart & Co.

Wine Events to Attend, Or Do You Want to Volunteer?

Check out these weekend events offered by numerous wineries. If you are looking for an opportunity to volunteer, be sure to check with Layton’s Chance on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. They need volunteers in September. The winery is looking for volunteers for the annual Maryland Wine Festival held at the popular Carroll County Farm Museum and the […]

Neuroscience of Wine Tasting

I attended Tim Gaiser’s presentation on the Neuroscience of Wine Tasting. It was certainly interesting and an area that begs for further research. As an MS, Tim has helped students pass their MS test. He noticed that teaching people how to taste has its challenges often related to their own neurologies, memories and life experiences. […]

Are We Wine Writers or Bloggers?

This session had attendee participation. Although the question, “Are we wine writers or wine bloggers?” had several answers there was no definitive answer. Many considered wine bloggers to also be writers. However there is the realization that not all writers are bloggers. Several attendees began to mention the differences between the two. For example, writers […]

Keynote Addresses Come Up Short

The Wine Bloggers Conference is one of the few conferences we attend that have two keynote addresses. Some of the conferences we attend do not have keynote addresses. In my opinion, the keynote address should motivate attendees, and/or present them with ideas that they can pursue. Given that objective, WBC12 keynote addresses did not measure […]

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