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Day 3: Portugal

Portugal offers travelers an array of things to do and see.

Discover the Wines of England and Wales

England has wineries? Of course!

Scholarship Foundation Donates $1 Million to WSU

The Wine Spectator Scholarship Foundation is donating $1 million dollars to Washington State University’s viticulture and enology program.

Virginia’s 2017 Governor’s Cup Awards

Each year Virginia celebrates its large and growing wine industry by selecting the Governor’s Cup award winning wines. Recently announced were the 2017 Virginia’s Governors’s Cup Awards. The top award went to The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards for their 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon.

San Luis Obispo:12th Annual Sustainable Ag Expo

Knowing the importance of vineyards, grape growers will be interested in the 12th Annual Sustainable Ag Expo from November 14-16.

Flying Over Vineyards Into San Luis Obispo

Yesterday we flew into the smallest airport we have ever been to. The last small airport we were at was in Colorado and we still are delighted to tell others about how friendly and low key it was. However, the trip to the San Luis Obispo airport was also outstanding.

Pruning Grapevines at Rocklands Farm Winery & Market

Our visit to Rocklands Farm Market & Winery in Montgomery County, Maryland included a special grapevine pruning event attended by several members of the Church of the Advent in Columbia Heights, Washington D.C.

George Belden Crane, 1800s Wine Pioneer

Some wine names are well-known among wine enthusiasts, for example Robert Mondavi. Decades earlier Dr. George Belden Crane was pioneering planting grapevines in Napa Valley.

2015 Villa d’Este Wine Symposium and Vineyard Drone Seminar

Have you heard of the Villa d’Este Wine Symposium? The latest symposium took place in November 2015 and included a presentation on a study using a drone in vineyards. Dates have already been set for the 2016 Villa d’Este Wine Symposium.

Central Oregon Vineyard Event Supports Cancer Research Center

Usually when we think of wineries in Oregon we consider Willamette Valley and the Columbia Gorge areas. However several wineries are also located in Central Oregon. Wine lovers will find Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards and Events Center in Terrebonne, Oregon about a 2.5 hour drive from Portland. The Vineyards and Events Center is a bit unusual as they are in the process of creating a resort on 315 acres.


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