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    • A Taste of Traverse City: More Than Just Wine

      Where to spend your perfect autumn Michigan getaway treats at L. Mawby All photos by Dorothy Hernandez. Just a four-hour drive (or more, if there’s traffic – it is the Motor City after all) away from Detroit is a culinary and drink paradise. Much has been said about Traverse City’s wine scene (riesling expert Stuart Pigott’s book Best White Wine on Earth: The Riesling Sto ...

      Dorothy Hernandez/ The Alcohol Professorin Riesling- 2 readers -
    • 8 Urban Wineries & Tasting Rooms in Portland to Visit this Fall

      In the big city and can’t make it out to wine country? No worries you can still get your wine on in Portland this fall. Try one, or all five, of these tasting rooms and sip away while the last leaves fall and the rain soaks the street. Portland Pairings Not sure what to have with dinner? Then head to Pairings Portland to grab a bottle and some inspiration! This fun and funky w ...

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  • First Annual Empty Glass Wine Festival

    … The Empty Glass is a wine bar located in Tomball, Texas, and the majority of wines they offer are from Texas wineries. On October 5th, they held their 1st Annual Texas Wine Festival. The festival was held in the park opposite the Empty Glass and winery and beer tents lined the park along with live entertainment at one end. Tickets could…

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  • Elizabeth Spencer Wines Featured In Inaugural Veritas Cork & Craft Tasting

    … Commissioner Gordon had turned on the bat signal! We dashed to the car and sped (as quickly as you can on construction-riddled I-75) to the hip new wine bar. The featured wines were from Elizabeth Spencer, a California winery with a focus on Napa and Rutherford that has more recently ventured into Sonoma and Mendocino. The wine style is intense…

    Toledo Wines and Vinesin Pinot Noir- 5 readers -
  • Schiller s Favorite Winebars in Beijing, 2014, China

    …. With less than a liter per year, the Chinese per capita consumption is however dismal. In comparison, the French drink 50 liters on average and the Germans 25 liter. But the number of Chinese consumers is huge. Thus, overall wine consumption is large. The Beijinger: With the blossoming of Beijing’s bar scene as a whole over the past few years, the city…

    Dr. Christian G.E. Schiller/ schiller-wine- 2 readers -
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