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Syrah: An Intriguing Red Wine

Syrah is an intriguing wine to learn about and a delicious wine to pair with many entrées.

The Smithsonian Channel: United States of Drinking on November 20

The Smithsonian Channel will air United States of Drinking, a one hour special on November 20. The show will air at 8pm ET.

Riverside Winefest to Help Sotterley Plantation

Despite the damage caused by Hurricane Irene to Sotterley Plantation, the annual Riverside Winefest at Sotterley Plantation will take place October 1 – 2 from 12:00 Noon to 6:00 pm.  Ticket proceeds will go to the plantation towards restoring the plantation. Southern Maryland is a beautiful area of the state to visit. Sotterley Plantation built […]

Is it Time for Virginia to Support a Wine and Food Center?

As we wind up our six-day visit to central Virginia, we note that we have discovered more delicious wines and visited delightfully unique wineries. According to many of the Virginia winemakers we have met, Virginia is the fifth largest wine producing state in the US.  Of course, if you are in Texas you will hear […]

A Winery for History Buffs

Yesterday we had the opportunity to visit a Maryland winery located in Harve de Grace. Whether you are interested in good wine or history, a visit to Mount Felix Vineyard & Winery is a must if you are a history buff. According to owner, Peter Ianniello, “Each bottle of wine promotes a story.”  As he […]

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