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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Planning a Labor Day Picnic? Remember the Sangria!

Why not add a Sangria to your beverages for this Labor Day weekend?

Wine Intimidation Tackled by Wine Trail Traveler Authors

A Wine Tourist’s Guide: Visiting Tasting Rooms by Terry and Kathy Sullivan is a unique book and is available for pre-ordering now. A Wine Tourist’s Guide: Visiting Tasting Rooms cuts the intimidation factor from the world of wine.

A Tale of Two Cabs

Last year was the year of the Cab for our wine production. We crafted a barrel of 2012 Atlas Peak AVA Cabernet Sauvignon at Tin Lizzie Wineworks in Clarksville, Maryland. The grapes were sourced from Stagecoach Vineyards in the Napa Valley. At home, we made a white Cabernet Sauvignon from first run juice we sourced […]

Maryland Wine News

On Tuesday, September 3, the 2013 Maryland Wine Governor’s Cup will be presented at the Johns Hopkins’ Evergreen Museum & Library.

Two Fun Events for Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country

This fall Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country in Pennsylvania will be celebrating harvest with two special events. Save the dates and plan to attend the Jazz & Wine Festival scheduled for September 7 -8 from 4pm to 9pm will be held at Dauphin County’s historic Ft. Hunter Park and Mansion and the Cornucopia Wine Quest

Sonoma County Wine and Cheese

In the US wine industry, Napa Valley probably has the highest name recognition of all of the wine regions. However, as good as Napa Valley destinations and wines are, wine enthusiasts will want to check out the wineries in Sonoma County.

Discover Virginia’s Unusual Wine Trail: The Great Skedaddle: Wine on 29

Located in Northern Virginia, The Great Skedaddle: Wine on 29 wine trail name seems to be appropriate. The wine trail consists of only three wineries.

Finally, a Guide for Visiting Tasting Rooms

While visiting Catoctin Breeze Vineyard in Thurmont, Maryland earlier this year, we mentioned to winemaker, Mike Lentini, that we were writing a book for visitors to tasting rooms. Mike enthusiastically said, “Finally.” It seems that a book discussing what to expect and how to act in a tasting room is long overdue. The motivation to […]

New Chef at Wine Country Inn

Palisade on Colorado’s Western Slope and not far from Grand Junction is a delightful spot to visit. With more than a dozen wineries and numerous fruit farms and small town feel, it is very relaxing region to visit. Wine Country Inn is just off of Route 70 and within walking and biking distance of wineries. Recently a new chef has taken over the kitchen at Wine Country Inn.

Qvevri and Qvevri Wine

Our interest in Georgian wines began at the 2012 International Wine Tourism Conference in Perugia, Italy. After a day of conference sessions and a wonderful evening at a winery, we returned to our hotel. In the lobby was a small delegation from Georgia with a few Georgian wines. I joined them for a while and […]

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