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American Grape Varieties

I just finished reading an excellent article suggested by the website Drinklocalwine.com. The article Indigenous American Grape Varieties, A Primer by David Mark Brown is available on Plate Press. The author begins with the question, “Can American Vitis species produce wines that compare with those made from vinifera on a global stage?” In this article, […]

Have You Had a West Virginia Wine?

Have you had the opportunity to taste a West Virginia wine yet? So, we are starting our exploration of wineries in West Virginia. Yes you read it right because yes West Virginia does have wineries producing wines. Currently there are 20 vineyards producing wines from their own vineyards and out-of-state vineyards. Some of these wineries […]

Chili for a Cold Winter Day!

It’s 15 degrees this morning at 8:30. It sounds as though this cold spell will last a while. I keep remembering the wonderful weather in Temecula when we were there about a year ago. With the cold permeating much of the continental US perhaps today is the day to make a big bowl of chili. […]

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