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John Vianney School in East San Jose turned a generous spirit into reality this week with a project to provide blankets for children in need. The effort was inspired by Project Linus, a nonprofit founded in 1996 that does the same thing on a national
ET At Cooper's Hawk Vineyards in Harrow, Ont., staff say even adding one extra day over Easter Weekend could help clients. (Courtesy Ontario's Southwest) Ontario wineries are being allowed to conduct wine tastings throughout the Easter weekend.
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune The Rogue Valley has a growing reputation for artisan beverage production, from wine and microbrewed beer to distilled liquor. James Romano hopes to add mead to that drink list, perhaps with a boost from the Southern
A Marlborough grape growing estate has put 440 hectares of vineyards near Seddon on the market. Saint Lukes Estate Wines listed their vineyards for sale with Harcourts Marlborough last month and rural and commercial sales manager Tom Rutherford was
It is being organised by the Bulgarian Wine and Vine Growers' Association since 1999. White chardonnay , red and rose cabernet sauvignon , produced by Bulgarian wineries won the most prizes at the international wine and liquor competition they took
The latest trend in Napa Valley has been wineries pairing fitness activities with traditional wine tastings, and with Domaine Carneros, that happens to be yoga. Located off of highway 12 in Napa, Domaine Carneros is inviting patrons to participate in
Submit Swilled Up Frigid Winter Knocks the Bejesus' Out of Upstate Vineyards Winter, let it go...Well you would be wrong, because this damn winter is taking our wine with it. This year's frigid winter temperatures wreaked havoc on New York's upstate
Various wineries and vineyards, and Wine & Roses, 2505 W. Turner Road, Lodi Cost: $85-$95; barbecue only $50 Information: Guest chef dinner What: The April dinner in the Plates series of guest chef dinner features Mama Kim, who has developed a menu
Eberle management, his continued connection will take advantage of Eberle's influential role working with customers, distributors and restaurateurs through the brand he built. The ownership group says it wants to continue with the of the Paso Robles
The race raises money for local schools and youth organizations...Not only does the race benefit local charities, it also benefits the city of Paso Robles by attracting people from out of town. "You know we're in the heart of the wine country,"