The 2012 Livermore Valley Harvest Wine Celebration marks the 31st year that people have gathered over Labor Day Weekend in one of California’s oldest wine regions. Sunday, September 2 and Monday, September 3 between noon and 5 p.m., area wineries will offer Livermore Valley’s best wine, food, art and music to ticket holders. On Sunday, twenty-nine wineries will
The 2012 Wine Blog Awards were presented yesterday during the Wine Bloggers Conference in Portland Oregon. Winners in nine categories were announced including www.wineoh.tv for Best Original Video or Photography on a Wine Blog. Monique Soltani’s Wine Blog, www.wineoh.tv and eight other wine bloggers were honored in nine categories ranging from Best New Wine Blog
Historic Wineries of California Burgundian from the beginning, Hanzell is California’s first ‘boutique’ wine estate. With the first vineyard planted in 1953, it’s home to the New World’s oldest continually producing vineyard of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. In this wine video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani continues her series on the Historic Wineries of California
A brazen red, orange and yellow sunset followed by a low, full moon across the sky signals the beginning of the end for sun worshipers. As the days become shorter and the nights become longer, the inevitable happens. End of summer is drawing near, fall is approaching, and Barbecue parties begin to slowly fade away.
There is no shortage of students lining up to study wine. Some use wine education to pursue new careers, add to a resume, or to improve foundation skills necessary to refine their ability to taste. Sorting through the most appropriate route or class can be a daunting task; classes and certification programs are pricy and