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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Qvevri Coming to United Nations, Geneva

To help celebrate the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, the country Georgia is sending a qvevri to the UN offices in Geneva, according to a report in Agenda.ge. The qvevri will become a permanent display.  The relationship between a qvevri and the United Nations dates to late 2013. Qvevri winemaking was added to the […]

Plum Chicken Recipe with Plum Wine

Heading out to the grocery store this weekend? Pick up some chicken breasts or pork chops and create this easy Plum Chicken recipe from Shade Mountain Winery and Vineyards.

An Unusual Class at a Napa Winery: Ampelograhy

There is a field of science, ampelography where students learn to identify grape varieties by the leaf. A Napa winery is offering a ampelography class.

The Spectrum of Dry Riesling

One of the wine discovery sessions at the 2015 Wine Bloggers Conference was titled The Spectrum of Dry Riesling. I attended this session, in part because I enjoy dry Rieslings and this session was featuring Rieslings from Alsace in France. Louise Jordan DWS talked about the region and conducted a tasting of three Rieslings from […]

Ribera Y Rueda Regions Focus: Millennials

The mission of the Ribera del Duero and Rueda is to “Put the wines of Ribera del Duerro and Rueda on the top of the next gen wine drinkers’
radar screens, gotta-taste-it/shopping lists and tables tables.”

Fero Vineyards: First Friday Charity Events

Fero Vineyards and Winery, located in northern Pennsylvania hosts First Friday charity events.

Gewürztraminer Coconut Curry Soup from Zugibe Vineyards

Below is a recipe from Zugibe Vineyards, a winery owned and operated by three brothers. Try this Gewürztraminer Coconut Curry Soup.

Twenty-year Old Saperavi Vines in the Finger Lakes

Our search for Georgian winemaking techniques and Georgian grape varieties continued during and after the Wine Bloggers Conference in Corning, New York.

The Fizzyology of Lambrusco

One of the sessions at the 2015 Wine Bloggers Conference was The Fizzyology of Lambrusco. Bill Whiting, Director of Wine Education for Banfi Vintners presented the wines and talked about the region of Italy. Lambrusco is a slightly sparkling red wine from the Emilia-Romagna area of Italy. Emilia-Romagna is sandwiched between Toscana to the south […]

The Flying Winemaker of Chile and Argentina

One of the Wine Discovery sessions at the Wine Bloggers Conference 2015 was “Wines Across the Andes” by Montes Wines.

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