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Report on the Cost of Establishing a Vineyard in Napa Valley

Cost of establishing a vineyard in Napa

Save the Date: February 18 – Public Wine Tasting

Plan a trip to San Francisco to attend The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Public Wine tasting on the afternoon of Saturday, February 18. This  year the event will celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. More than 800 wineries will be participating and more than 5,000 people are expected to attend the Public […]

Charity Case Foundation Creates Napa Valley Wines

A group of Napa Valley winemakers has worked together to create The Charity Case Foundation. The charity benefits Napa Valley families and children. This year the foundation will donate funds to Aldea Children & Family Services, Cope Family Center, Foster Kids Receiving Center and the Wolfe Center Teen Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program. The wines […]

Restaurants and Local Wines

The topic of should restaurants serve local wines is of interest to restauranteurs, diners, and wineries. A long article in the Napa Valley Register focuses on this point and has received numerous comments. The situation is focused on Napa Valley restaurants and makes comparisons with restaurants in France and Italy. Local wines and restaurants are […]

Cakebread Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon

Last night we had the opportunity to enjoy dinner at an upscale restaurant in Detroit. Despite the economy, Detroit is home to numerous excellent restaurants. Our host ordered a bottle of wine from Cakebread Cellars and a Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon. As to be expected both were very good wines but I preferred the Cakebread Napa […]

Cabernet Sauvignon Twitter Tasting Event Tomorrow

Are you ready to join the twitter wine tasting tomorrow, Sept 2? All you need is a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon, access to Twitter and use hashtag #Cabernet. This event hosted by Rick Bakas, Director of Social Media at St. Supery Winery in Napa Valley is about tasting Cabernet Sauvignon and connecting with other likeminded […]

The Charity World Wine Tour for 2010

Anja Cheriakova and Georges Janssens will be completing their charity World Wine Tour in 2010. They hope to visit 17 wine countries around the world and send home, for a charity auction, 300 bottles of wine each donated by a winery they visit. To discover more about World Wine Tours 2020 visit the website http://www.worldwinetour2010.com/about.html. […]

Thinking Outside the Box Increases Wine Sales for Winery

If you can’t get to the winery, let the winery bring it to you. Imagine a tour bus visiting your area to publicize its wines. That is exactly what David Arthur of David Arthur Vineyards located in northern Napa Valley has been doing in early 2010. People who visit the tour bus will have the […]

The Napa of Ontario

When thinking of Niagara-on-the-Lake the image of a quaint little town to the north and the Niagara Falls to the south may enter one’s mind. However there are 27 wineries in this area with many more forty minutes to the west in Jordan and Vineland. We visited the area twice in 2008 and each time […]

The Napa of Colorado

Palisade, Colorado is the sweet spot for growing grapes in that state. While flying to neighboring Grand Junction one may notice the acres of grapes while flying over Palisade. Many of these vineyards border Interstate 70 that in turn is bordered by the Bookcliffs. We found this area peaceful and photographically stunning. We enjoyed the […]

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