Wine Education

CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Reviews   |   DATE: July 1st, 2015
Wine Oh Wine Club Gets a Taste of Turkish Wine When you think of international wine Turkish wine might not be the first that comes to mind. So it might surprise you to find that wine historians believe that wine-making actually originated in this part of the world. With some evidence suggesting wine was a
CATEGORY: News   |   DATE: February 24th, 2015
Women and wine loving friends I’m thrilled to be one of the speakers at this year’s Women of the Vine Global Symposium. I hope you will join me!  I will be on the Perfect Pitch Panel moderated by my favorite Wine Fashionista Mary Orlin. If you can’t make the entire weekend, the “Women of the
CATEGORY: Wine Country   |   DATE: February 12th, 2015
The stats about wine trends are in and the numbers are somewhat sobering. The bad news: consumers are not drinking more wine. The good news: consumers are drinking better wine. 🙂 On February 6, 2015 wine journalists (like me), wine enthusiasts, and wine educators battled the (much needed) rain, and made their way to the
CATEGORY: Travel & Lifestyle, Videos   |   DATE: October 28th, 2014
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
CATEGORY: Travel & Lifestyle, Videos   |   DATE: August 29th, 2014
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: 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