SANTA ROSA, Calif. — The grape harvest on the five Russian River Valley ranches supplying grapes to the winemakers at Sonoma-Cutrer wrapped up several weeks early this year, a testament more to good old-fashioned manpower than to the quality of the growing season.
Summer may be the doldrums for most businesses, but when it comes to beverages there is no off-season.
The novelty’s over. A serious look at South African wine lands yields adventure and beauty for wine lovers.
One of my favorite wines from the Hudson Valley in upstate New York is a Seyval Blanc produced by Clinton Vineyards in Dutchess County, just north of New York City.
The latest entry in the adult beverage world’s “most expensive product” category comes in the Cognac subdivision.
Tinkering and adult beverage creation seem to go hand in hand.
A long-distance wine tasting may sound like an implausible way to sample the creations of a wine appellation, but those creative folks of New York’s Finger Lakes Alliance didn’t let that slow them down.
Attention Beaujolais Nouveau revelers. Your infant wine will be a bit older this year.
Psst. Want to buy a one-of-a-kind wine, cheap? Think Missouri.
Great Grapes! Wine, Arts & Food Festival, July 28 & 29, Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds