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Winery Tasting Room at St. Supéry. Image courtesy St. Supéry Poet Robert Louis Stevenson once said: "Wine is bottled poetry
By Yoga Journal Many wineries are touting wine and yoga as a perfect pairing. See why you should try this trend out. The
Mary believes in the single-vineyard theory, where she selects specific grapes for each batch of wine based on their flavor
Finally, in family business there can be a lot of difficult conversations, so always think through the desired end result
Napa is certainly not known for being cheap -- and if you're booking some last minute flights to get away for Columbus Day, well, better stick to bread and water for dinner tonight (or the rest of the month, really). But at least we can help you out with finding some value-packed hotels.
Why can't I explore the vineyards with my kids, ages 7, 9 and 12, without getting the sloe-eye from the proprietor or other patrons? Have I broken with proper etiquette? Or is this just a uniquely American hang-up?
Former NFL quarterback and Super Bowl champion Drew Bledsoe sits down with Marc to talk about his newest passion project, wine. From dirt to bottle, Drew shares his love of wine making and the story behind his vineyard Double Back, plus much more.
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So the next time you raise a glass of something very aromatic, very elegant and very expensive, remember to toast the folks driving the tractors. Toast their colleagues who dig dirt and shovel dung. All of that, plus sweat and passion, ended up in your glass.
Something exciting is happening in the Santa Ynez Valley. Beyond its rustic beauty, exceptional climate for growing fruit, steadily improving wines, and somewhat superlative location, it now appears to be poised on the launch pad of cultural relevance.
The northern portion of Oregon's Willamette Valley is only an hour's drive from Portland, the state's largest city, but the 5,200 square mile swatch of wine country seems a world apart in its unhurried, scenic way.
California's first vineyards were planted starting in 1779 by Franciscan missionaries. The vines planted were what have become known as Mission grapes, or Criolla, a term that covers a few varieties traditionally used for sacramental wine.
The five acres were originally purchased by Gabriela's grandmother in 1936. Malbec vines and olive trees had been planted at the turn of the century and meticulously maintained.
What's better than an afternoon of swilling and slurping?
2. "Lucy Does a Commercial" (Season 1, 1952) Ricky refuses to let Lucy audition for a commerical on his television show, so
How many times will I ever see a camel, zebra, llama , buffalo and horses all eating side by side and enjoying their food?
As we make wine in one of the most economically trying times in recent history, I predict that among those who prosper in these tough times, we will find a shared philosophy and a commitment to a triple bottom line.