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
Loire Valley Wine Holds Court There are 10 main wine producing regions in France. The most famous of course are Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne. Loire Valley wine might not be as well known but the heart of France is holding its own. The Loire Valley is the most massive and most diverse wine producing region
Napa Valley Wine Industry Loses Wine But Keeps Its Spirit On Sunday, a few hours after the Napa Earthquake, Monique Soltani interviewed a South Napa Valley winemaker from Bouchaine Vineyards who says he hasn’t seen anything like this in his 30 plus years on the job. His story is one of many. On Sunday, a
CATEGORY: News & Events | DATE: June 13th, 2014
OMG Wine Oh TV is a finalist for BEST VIDEO in the 2014 Wine Blog Awards, recognizing excellence in new media. Wine Oh TV is a finalist in the “Best Original Photography or Video on a Wine Blog” category. A panel of esteemed judges determined the finalists from thousands of entries down to just six.
A Quick Look at Lodi Wine Country 100 miles east of San Francisco and just south of Sacramento you will discover Lodi Wine Country a wine region that’s been around for over 150 years and has been a continuous source of wine grapes since the 1850s. The Lodi Wine region features 100,000 acres of vineyards
CATEGORY: Food & Wine Pairings | DATE: April 16th, 2014
Four days of epicurean overload can do you in. In Pebble Beach you have to pace yourself. Attending seminars and lunches can really give you some precious and meaningful insights into what makes this food and wine business so insanely attractive, and will also lead you to discoveries that you’d never otherwise encounter. I treasure