Wine Tasting

CATEGORY: Travel & Lifestyle   |   DATE: October 9th, 2014
Paso Robles: Where to Stay, Wine & Dine Downtown Paso Robles: Where to Stay, Wine & Dine Downtown by: Laura Ness Wanna get away, park the car and wine and dine for a few days without once having to worry about where you left the keys? Come to Paso Robles, stay at the Inn, and put your keys someplace safe. Begin your itinerary by
CATEGORY: Travel & Lifestyle, Videos   |   DATE: August 29th, 2014
Livermore Valley Wine Country Livermore Valley Wine Legends Welcome to one of California’s oldest wine regions and a wine region that helped shape the California wine industry that we know and love today. The Livermore Valley planted its first wine grapes in the 1760′s and has been making wine history ever since. Livermore Valley won America’s first international gold
CATEGORY: Events   |   DATE: August 14th, 2014
Santa Clara Wine Trail Santa Clara Valley’s 20-plus wineries will soon benefit from the visibility of a new signage program directing visitors throughout one of the state’s oldest viticultural regions. Earlier this year, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to adopt the Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail Route. It will feature 70-plus directional signs bearing the logo of the Wineries of Santa Clara Valley that
CATEGORY: Events   |   DATE: August 13th, 2014
Virtual Vintner Chardonnay or Pinot Noir_300dpi La Crema Winery  launched Virtual Vintner™, a digital experience that engages consumers in an interactive program resulting in a unique, crowd-created La Crema wine. Affording participants an intimate and hands-on invitation behind the scenes of an artisan winery, Virtual Vintner™ provides an opportunity to embark on a “choose your own adventure”-style winemaking journey, learning about
CATEGORY: Events   |   DATE: August 13th, 2014
Wine Tasting Wines of Danger: Sabrine Rodems Keeps Some Wicked Company Starting your own wine brand is a bit like diving full clothed and blindfolded into a pool of unknown depth. It’s not just scary, it’s incredibly risky, even if you already sort of know what you’re doing. Ask Sabrine Rodems (Wrath, San Saba) what it’s like
CATEGORY: Wine Reviews   |   DATE: August 13th, 2014
header_mendocino_wine_country Mendocino: A Dragon With Two Tails by Laura Ness The Mendocino AVA is huge, more for its climactic variation than its total land area: Wine Institute figures indicate it spans 275,200 acres, encompassing ten distinct sub AVAs, with two more pending. The total area planted to vineyards is currently 17,000 acres: compare that to 40,000