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Monthly Archives: July 2015

What’s in a Wine Name?

Recently Paul Vigna from Pennsylvania wrote a great post for pennlive.com, “What’s in a name? The Story behind Gollywobbler Braveheart and others.”

It’s the Little Things You Do That Tells a Sommelier What Wine to Suggest

Sometimes it’s the little things that count when a sommelier is about to suggest a wine.

Wine Author and Teacher Karen MacNeil Will Deliver Keynote Address at Wine Bloggers Conference

During our early years of Wine Trail Traveler, we were starving for wine knowledge. Stumbling on a television broadcast, Wine, Food and Friends, we watched attentively as Karen MacNeil led the viewers through a gentle wine education that was also entertaining. We kept searching for other broadcasts in the series. Kathy and I have been […]

Wine & Food Event for Charity

Highland Heights near Cleveland, Ohio is the location of a charity event on August 14.

29th Annual Grapefest in Grapevine, Texas!

Texas, Oregon and Argentina wines! Wow, what a great combination of wine regions to participate together in Grapevine’s 29th Annual Grapefest in September!

Ojaleshi the Rolls Royce of Georgian Black Grapes

Perhaps divine intervention or fate led to events that make me wonder. Kathy and I were visiting Dadiani Old Cellar in the Shmegrelo region of the country Georgia. Monks own the property, church, mansion and winery. The grounds are beautifully landscaped. We enjoyed a tour of the entire property and settled in the cellar of […]

Randall Grahm: Goal is to Create The First New World Grand Cru at Popelouchum

Randall Grahm, California winemaker and author, is reaching out to numerous wine enthusiasts about a new project he is developing.

Wineries Offer Numerous Fun Events Coming Up Soon!

Check out these winery event ideas coming up between tomorrow and August 2.If you haven’t visited a winery yet, get started on your “wine journey” this summer! Find out what you are missing.

Wine Bloggers Conference Gives Chance to Plug Ancient Winemaking Protocols

The previous Wine Bloggers Conference on the East Coast was in Charlottesville, Virginia. At that 2011 conference, I took a couple bottles of wine that I had made and shared with other members of the media. One bottle was an east/west blend of Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon and Virginia Tannat. This year’s conference returns to […]

Wine Women & Shoes® Helps Organize Fundraising Events

Are you looking for an event that benefits women and families? Then you will want to check out the Wine Women & Shoes website which helps numerous charitable events around the country.

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