Loire Valley Wine Holds Court Less than two hours from Paris, France and about 200 miles long the Loire Valley is a massive winemaking region. The wines of France’s most diverse wine region are as different as they are delicious. In this video, our wine travels take us on an education adventure into the Loire
Vacation in Venice & a Taste of Trentino, Italy A Venetian vacation either sounds like a dream come true or a nightmare tourist trap. Venice was built entirely on water and survived well into the 21st Century without cars. Today, it’s one of the largest care free areas in the world. Wading your way through
Napa Valley’s Vine Cliff Winery Makes Modern Moves Since 1871, Vine Cliff Winery has been a staple in the Napa Valley. This small, family-owned winery has been in the good hands of Nell Sweeney and her family since 1985. As Proprietress, Nell has been the vision and the driving force behind the winery’s development working closely
Peter Mondavi, Sr.’s Celebration of the Century I have had the great pleasure of meeting Peter Mondavi, Sr. several times. The first was at the Morton’s Mondavi Make a Wish Dinner back in 2010. I have had the honor of interviewing Peter Mondavi, Sr. every year since. In 2011, 2012, and 2013 Peter Mondavi, Sr.
Puppy Power: Wine Tasting is Ruff Work I’ve been inspired by Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and their #PuppyJustice video hoping to get more people interested in Supreme Court cases. I often get asked why more people don’t watch wine related videos. I wondered if more people would watch wine videos if they had
Ferrari Finds Mountain Winemaking Makes the Difference You might have heard reports earlier this year blaming global warming for changing the wine world as we know it. The report published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences forecasts a drastic decline of wine production by 2050. The study claims climate change would impact traditional winemaking