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The last few years have been rough on vintners because of cold weather, but Calcareous Vineyard in Paso Robles says this year brought one of the best crops its seen. "I am pretty excited about this year." says Jason Joyce, Wine-maker for Calcareous
Guests, under the tutelage of an experienced winemaker, create blends using predetermined varietals...For example, San Luis Obispos Claiborne & Churchill offers participants the chance to achieve a measure of fame. Teams concoct blends that
The Saratoga Chamber of Commerce is hoping people are going to be juiced up for the first-ever grape stomping competition during Celebrate Saratoga! this week...One will be open to the general public, while the other two will be dedicated to the
The Huismans drink a Nieuw Tivoli 2011, a white wine produced from their vineyards. Netherlands: Too cold, too wet and not enough sunlight: For centuries beer-brewing Netherlands has been snubbed as a good place to plant vineyards and make decent
In-flight food has gotten regular upgrades this spring alone British Airways prepared a menu with the chef Simon Hulstone , and ANA enlisted the French pastry chef Pierre Herme . Now, Delta has turned its attention to oenophiles, who know that a
THE first grapes of France's 2012 wine harvest have been picked in Rivesaltes, with producers predicting a vintage of high quality, at least in that sunny corner of the eastern Pyrenees. A dry and sunny July was good news for local winemakers after
55 IST Share this Ask Users Write a Comment Print this article T he alcohol content of wine is between 9 per cent and 12 per cent. This is because the yeast used to make wine reaches its tolerance at about 12 per cent then it stops fermenting.
In a recent post , this blog ran an interview with the founder of Zorah , a new winery that's trying to revive Armenia's ancient (as in millennia) wine industry and reintroduce the use of certain native grape varieties. Turns out Zorah is not the
Klein Steve Russell, of R Wine Cellar The "R" in the company's name is another reflection on the family-centered nature of the business. It's the first initial of their last name, but, as Russell says, "It's a little play on words it's our' winery."
After 127 years, the Bechthold Vineyard resembles an army of arthritic soldiers, their canopies hunched, their trunks gnarled to the bone. The only thing more arresting than the vineyard's look is its story. Today, these 25 acres of cinsault, the