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Fresh Asparagus Risotto Recipe with White Wine

In the spring fresh asparagus is always a delight to have for dinner. It was somehwat surprising to see this recipe since frequently one hears that wine is hard to pair with asparagus. However, this risotto recipe calls for 1/3 cup of white wine and  1 pound of asparagus spears. If you don’t have arborio […]

Memorial Day Barbeque Recipe with Wine

Check out this Memorial Day barbeque recipe for this weekend – Russell’s Blue Cheese-Zinfandel Burgers! It’s easy and it calls for McNab Ridge Winery 2004 Zinfandel or any other dry red wine. What more could you ask for? You can find the recipe on the Wine Trail Traveler website at http://winetrailtraveler.com/recipes/entree59.php. The recipe is from […]

Elk Run Vineyards- a Maryland Winery

Yesterday we decided to visit Elk Run Vineyards in Maryland. This winery is one of the Maryland wineries that will have wines offered at the DrinkLocalWine.com Conference in Virginia this weekend. Elk Run offers a variety of wines from dry to sweet but their portfolio focuses on dry wines of which they have listed 15 […]

Tasting at a Winery

There is a saying I continue to hear as I visit wineries. “Americans talk dry but drink sweet.” Today I read an article which suggests that in other parts of the world, children are provided with watered down wines until they are old enough to drink the wine. In America young children are encouraged to […]

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