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Georgian Independence Day and Memorial Day: May 26

As we celebrate Memorial Day here in the United States, I am also thinking of the country Georgia that each year celebrates Independence Day on May 26.

Should the EU Think Outside the Proverbial Box to Solve Winery Overproduction?

With all of the economic problems that the EU is having lately, I was surprised to learn that Italy, Spain and Greece are being penalized for planting too many vineyards. According to an article, “EU fines Italy, Spain Greece of Illegal Vine Plantings,” in Harpers Wine & Spirit by Chris Mercer, “Spain must hand back […]

Ringing in the New Year with Champagne or Sparkling Wine?

How are you ringing in the New Year? Are you planning on celebrating with a delightful glass of Champagne or perhaps a sparkling wine and hopes for a brighter 2010? According to the EU, only wine from the Champagne may be labeled “Champagne.” Some wineries have been grandfathered in and thus able to use “Champagne.” Visitors […]

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