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It’s North Carolina Wine & Grape Month!

Visit North Carolina wineries during September to celebrate NC Wine & Grape Month.

How to Enjoy a Visit to a Winery

Whether you have never visited a winery before or are a frequent visitor to wineries, you may enjoy reading “Tasting Room Etiquette.”

Is there a Return on the Investment of a Tasting Room?

The second session of the Wine Tourism Conference was started by Steven S. Cuellar, Ph.D. Department of Economics, Sonoma State University. Dr. Cuellar wanted to discover if there was a difference in direct to consumer sales between high trafficked tasting rooms and those that experienced low traffic. He studied two wine regions. The high traffic […]

Renovated Structures Become Wineries

As we travel from winery to winery, we notice an array of structures used for wineries and tasting rooms. Some are built specifically to house a winery and can vary from the opulent, often Tuscan-style building down to a simple building with one or two rooms. In its own way, each winery shows its own […]

Plastic Cups to Taste Wine

My first trek to wineries in Ohio was met with some disappointment with the tasting experience at two wineries. These winery tasting rooms serve their wines in small one ounce transparent plastic cups. Fortunately the third winery I visited used glass stemware. I realize that using plastic cups is a money saving practice but it […]

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