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Three Book Signings in April

We have three book signings in Maryland over the next three weekends. Tomorrow, April 7th between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm, Terry and Kathy will sign books at Serpent Ridge Vineyard in Westminster, Maryland. The following Saturday, April 13th, Terry and Kathy will sign books in Baltimore at the Drink Local Wine Conference Twitter taste-off of Maryland wines. Then on Sunday, April 21st from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm, we will sing books at Slack Winery at Woodlawn Farm in Ridge, Maryland. These three book signings take place in Maryland. Is Maryland mentioned in the book, A Wine Journey?

Being our home state, Maryland is mentioned several times in the book. The first chapter looks at our early wine experiences. We mention S & S Winegrapes in Baltimore and the Wine in the Woods Festival in Columbia. In the second chapter, “The Wine Journey Becomes Serious,” our experiences at Basignani Winery and Fiore Winery are discussed. The third chapter looks at different wine courses we have taken and we talk about the wine class we took through Howard Community College.

The next four chapters of the book examine our attempts at winemaking. The entire chapter six looks at our winemaking experiences at Tin Lizzie Wineworks in Howard County. Tin Lizzie is mentioned again in Chapter Seven.

Chapter Ten is about people we met along our journey. We talk about the wine journey of Mike Fiore, Fiore Winery. Mike’s journey began as he learned to walk holding on to his grandfather’s pants as his grandfather walk through his winery in Italy.

There are several mentions, even a whole chapter, about Maryland wine and wineries. We hope to see many people at Serpent Ridge and Slack Winery. The Drink Local Wine Conference Twitter Taste-Off is a tasting of twenty Maryland wineries’ best red and white wines. This event of the Drink Local Wine Conference is open to the public. It is held on Saturday, April 13th from 3:00pm – 6:00pm at the Warehouse at Camden Yards. You can register for the Twitter Taste-Off on the MarylandWine.com site.

The book, A Wine Journey, explores what any wine enthusiast can do to learn about wine, make wine and experience wine travel. Our first review on Amazon.com sums up the book. Rebecca Rod wrote, “I loved this book because it made me realize that I can learn a lot about wine on my own, and it also gave me lots of suggestions and ideas about how to go about developing my own wine journey. I think by next year I will be making my own wine!”


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