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    Riesling wins 2014 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition

    Wild Goose Vineyards’ 2012 God’s Mountain Vineyard Riesling from the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia won best of show at the 2014 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition. (Photo by Andy Perdue/Great Northwest Wine) HOOD RIVER, Ore. – A British Columbia Riesling – a wine that might never be made again – won best of show at the second annual Great Northwest Invitation ...

    7 readers - By Andy Perdue/ Great Northwest Wine

    New Zealand: More Than Hobbits and Sauvignon Blanc

    Credit: Carrick Wines. As regular readers know, I write a free, twice monthly wine column that’s distributed to newspapers across the country. These columns are hosted by Grape Collective. If you don’t see my column in your local newspaper, please send an email to your paper’s editor and CC me (David – at – Terroirist.com).

    6 readers - By David White/ Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blog

      Two Twisted Posts winery has a building now

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      Celebrate Champagne Day Oct. 24th!

      Another Wine Blog - - 7 readers - Friday, October 24th marks the Fifth Annual Champagne Day, a celebration of the sparkling wine from the only place from which “Champagne” is produced: Champagne, France. Sponsored by the Champagne Bureau, Champagne Day seeks to remind consumers that while they can drink lovely sparkling wines from anywhere in the world, only wine produced in Champagne, France is truly Champagne.

      Keeping #Health and #Fitness in Focus this Fall with @BuluBox #SubscriptionBox

      Ascending Butterfly - - 5 readers - September 2014 Bulu Box My October Bulu Box is on it's way and I realized I forgot to share my September Box! I have been super over-committed lately and this pace will probably just increase through the holidays so it's great I have Bulu Box to keep me going with great health, weight management and fitness products to keep me fueled for my busy life.

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      MacPhail Tales: Chasing the Muse of of Terroir and Noir

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      Gervasi Vineyard: A Little Tract of Italy in Ohio

      … Can’t make that trip to Italy this year? For wine enthusiasts in the United States, Italy may be a little closer than you think. If you can make it to Canton, Ohio, that is. Make the trip, because you’re in for a treat. Gervasi Vineyard is like a little tract of Italy nestled in the northeast corner of The Buckeye State. Stay for a weekend…

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      Super Rare Beaujolais

      … and if it was in the US it would be all over Instagram, Twitter and Facebook hashtagged #unicornwine. It lives up to the hype of this email. A true vin de garde that will easily age 10+ years. A treat and I am honored and excited to offer it and I am already crossing off the days in my calendar to when it comes. This is limited. Enjoy. This is on the Fass 4…

      1 readers - By Lyle Fass/ Rockss and Fruit

      Get back...

      … skip to main | skip to sidebar ...to where I once belonged, Part 6. Yes, later today, I'm off home to Blighty once more. I love Liverpool and it will always be home to me. Liverpool is a city teeming with history. From being granted a royal charter by King John in 1207, lots of well known people have hailed from this maritime city…

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      Paso Robles wins big!

      … traveled in Paso Robles wine country, you quickly become aware of the huge differences in climate and geology. From the coast to the eastern edge, there is a vast difference in temperature alone, not even considering the difference in soil. Prior to this ruling, Paso Robles was the largest non-county AVA in the United States. The Paso Robles Wine…

      By Joe Becerra/ Wine Country Getaways

      Son of Booooozy Tales: Haunted Bars Go International

      … the Hanging Judge and his grisly procession of criminal ghosts. The White Hard Inn, Edinburgh Edinburgh With its imposing castle perched atop dark bluffs and its shadowy closes (enclosed streets and walkways), Edinburgh is a city that screams “haunted!” as loud and insistently as a banshee. And there are plenty of pubs within the Scottish…

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      Tastes of Badia a Coltibuono: Wines that Entwine The Past and Future of Chianti Classico

      … learning and identifying a vineyard site’s particular elements that defined its terroir (or sense of place). These are the set of special characteristics of geography, geology and climate of a certain place and how they interacting with plant genetics that are expressed in the wine. The skills learned at Chappellet and later applied at Badia a Coltibuono were precisely what have brought him his current successes and have also produced enjoyment for the many that drink his wines now and that will for decades to come. …

      2 readers - By Vintage Texas Blog

      State’s 2014 wine grape production forecast to be 3.9 million tons

      … SAN FRANCISCO — California vintners and growers across the state are grateful to have finished another successful harvest, despite the state’s severe drought and the earthquake that rocked south Napa in late August, just as crush was starting. According to the United States Department of Agriculture Pacific Regional Crop Production Report…

      3 readers - By Central Coast Wine Press

      Recap of the 2014 San Francisco #ChampagneTasting

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      Celebrate Champagne Day Oct. 24th!

      … MacLean. This year Consumers across the U.S. will have many special opportunities to enjoy Champagne with a host of Champagne Day deals at retailers, bars and menu pairings at restaurants and other spontaneous celebrations. The Champagne Bureau, USA is also supporting the large Champagne social media conversation. Wine lovers around the globe…

      7 readers - By Amy Corron Power/ Another Wine Blog
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