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    Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks (VIDEO)

    Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks? (VIDEO) 0 Study Claims Rising Temperatures Tainting Wine: Is it True? Screw-caps or natural wine corks? Climate change has the wine closure conversation heating up. In this video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani asks the experts and finds out if global warming is impacting wine corks and ruining your favorite bottle of red wine or white wine.

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    Make Your Next Wine Country Getaway a Touchdown

    Dolphins, 49ers and Bears…oh my! Football season has officially arrived and Touring & Tasting is here to be your quarterback in the ...

    7 readers - By Ken's Wine Guide Blog

      Bringing Wine Country Living to Lowcountry Living

      WineFashionista - - 6 readers - I grew up spending two weeks each summer going to Hilton Head Island in South Carolina with my family. The Lowcountry is a special place for me. Those summers were idyllic. I love the beauty of the marshes and the long, wide sandy beaches with sand dunes and sea oats. This is my second home (thanks Dad for retiring there!).

      Napa Earthquake Rocks Wine Country (VIDEO)

      Wine Oh TV - - 6 readers - Napa Valley Wine Industry Loses Wine But Keeps Its Spirit Bouchaine Vineyards On Sunday, a 6.0 Napa Earthquake rocked wine country during the height of the tourist season. Today, many wineries, restaurants and residents are still picking up the pieces. Seeing the devastation first hand brought tears to my eyes. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone impacted.

      Bucket List: Sonoma Wine Country Weekend (Video)

      Stark Insider - - 5 readers - The Whisky Richards delighted the Taste of Sonoma crowd at MacMurray Ranch. It’s almost here. This weekend sees one of the year’s biggest wine events take place in Northern California. Sonoma Wine Country Weekend (Aug 29-31) has quickly become a bucket list checkbox- well, at least once in a lifetime for any food and wine lover.

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      Carneros for a quick wine country getaway

      …Jacuzzi Vineyards is less than an hour from San Francisco Carneros is a quick wine country getaway Carneros is a terrific wine country to visit. It is a quick and easy ride from San Francisco or Oakland. When traffic is light, you can be there in slightly less than one hour. Carneros wine country in some respects is lost in the shadow of the great…

      1 readers - By Wine Country Getaways

      Stopping by North Gate Vineyard on a Saturday

      … or a 32 ounce growler to go ($6 for a reusable growler and $20 refills). We liked how North Gate has arranged their wines for sale. I have to say that, across the board, North Gate is currently making some of the best wines in D.C.'s Wine Country. When you visit, tell the staff you read about them on Wine About Virginia. North Gate Vineyard 16031 Hillsboro Road Purcelleville, VA 20132 Phone: 540-668-6248…

      3 readers - By Wine About Virginia

      All Seasons Bistro in Calistoga – Try it!

      …-Dierkhising and Alex Dierkhising. They also own the more casual Hydro restaurant across the street on Lincoln. I was surprised All Seasons wasn’t busier this day. Calistoga is jumping with wine country travelers. Perhaps the décor gives the restaurant a misleading feel to it. It is definitely worth a try for lunch or dinner should you be hanging out around…

      3 readers - By Wine Country Getaways

      The October Wine + Spirits, and San Francisco Magazine

      …The October Wine & Spirits Magazine In its October issue, the Wine & Spirits crew puts a close eye on the San Francisco Bay Area, and hones in on New & Notable wine options throughout the extended Bay Area from the city, into East Bay, and up into Wine Country. There are some fantastic new places well worth checking out, and cool…

      4 readers - By Hawk Wakawaka/ Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews

      Bringing Wine Country Living to Lowcountry Living

      … the easy, breezy Lowcountry beach lifestyle, perhaps even more now that I’m living on the west coast and don’t get to Hilton Head as often as I’d like. However, I’ve also fallen in love with the Wine Country lifestyle. After all, I did a TV show about it for 10 years, In Wine Country. So when I found out Robert Mondavi, Jr. and his wife Lydia were…

      6 readers - By WineFashionista

      Bringing Wine Country Living to the South Carolina’s Lowcountry

      … the easy, breezy Lowcountry beach lifestyle, perhaps even more now that I’m living on the west coast and don’t get to Hilton Head as often as I’d like. However, I’ve also fallen in love with the Wine Country lifestyle. After all, I did a TV show about it for 10 years, In Wine Country. So when I found out Robert Mondavi, Jr. and his wife Lydia were…

      5 readers - By WineFashionista

      Belle de Vin...

      …Hi All!! Please be sure to check out the Facebook page of my new company, Belle de Vin, which offers customized itineraries for your Wine Country excursions to Napa, Sonoma, Livermore or Lodi. As an Independent Wine Ambassador with Boisset Wine Living at Home, I can also bring wine country to you through private guided tastings in your home, office or special event! Fall is a big season for celebrations!! Contact me today to create your experience.…

      3 readers - By Wine Tasting with Miss Magnolia

      Harvesting Cabernet Sauvignon on a rainy morning

      … in Houston, Texas. Additional information can be found on the Revana Family Vineyards Website. Beautiful orchestration of the harvest on York Lane in St. Helena The post Harvesting Cabernet Sauvignon on a rainy morning appeared first on Wine Country Getaways.…

      3 readers - By Wine Country Getaways

      Land of Albariño

      …Albariño grower proud of her grapes Land of Albariño Albariño harvest in Rias Baixas, Spain I shot this photo a few years ago at this exact time of the year. We were traveling throughout the wine country of Spain and luckily arrived in the Rias Baixas D.O. during harvest. The Rias Baixas is the land of Albariño. The woman in the photo…

      4 readers - By Wine Country Getaways

      Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks (VIDEO)

      …Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks? (VIDEO) 0 Study Claims Rising Temperatures Tainting Wine: Is it True? Screw-caps or natural wine corks? Climate change has the wine closure conversation heating up. In this video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani asks the experts and finds out if global warming is impacting wine corks and ruining your favorite…

      14 readers - By Wine Oh TV

      Make Your Next Wine Country Getaway a Touchdown

      …Dolphins, 49ers and Bears…oh my! Football season has officially arrived and Touring & Tasting is here to be your quarterback in the Wine Country game. We’ve made a list of all the destinations sure to make your next fall getaway a touchdown. So swap out your longneck for a nice glass of wine and let [...]…

      7 readers - By Ken's Wine Guide Blog

      Sur les traces de Sideways

      … Valley’s unique soil and maritime influence in the region is gaining renown for its cool climate and ideal growing conditions. Perfect for producing coveted Pinot Noirs, Chardonnays, Syrahs, and other varietals.- Santa Maria Valley wine country Bien Nacido pinot noir, Santa Maria valley 2006: nez d’épices douces, de poivre, de cerise mûre. Un vin…

      2 readers - By L'Apprentie Sommelière

      Francis Ford Coppola: wine, food, and much more

      …. The entrance view is breathtaking and it continues on to a wonderful experience for wine country travelers. The chateau was built in 1973 and was called Chateau Souverain. For years Chateau Souverain had a famous café run by a young chef by the name of Gary Danko. We all know that today Gary Danko has one of the most famous restaurants in San…

      1 readers - By Wine Country Getaways