Wine Tours

CATEGORY: Wine Country   |   DATE: November 7th, 2014
Eastside Paso Robles Oasis: Bianchi Winery By: Laura Ness You may have noticed that Paso Robles has gotten quite a lot of press lately for its 11 new sub-AVAs being approved after ten tough years of wrangling. During that time, the number of wineries has grown to over 300, which means that visiting Paso Robles
CATEGORY: Travel & Lifestyle, Videos   |   DATE: October 21st, 2014
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
CATEGORY: Wine Country   |   DATE: August 27th, 2014
Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail: A Sip of History by Laura Ness The Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail is officially open for business and you’re invited to explore it any time you are in need of some fine wine, poured in unpretentious settings, often by humble winemakers who still believe in doing things by hand.
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country   |   DATE: August 5th, 2014
Oakland & Urban Wine Country The New York Times recently dubbed Oakland “Brooklyn by the Bay” and San Francisco Magazine gave the East Bay city its very own issue The Oakland Issue. The hot press is putting the East Bay on the map, but ask any local and they will tell you the East Bay
CATEGORY: Wine Country   |   DATE: June 26th, 2014
It’s a new day at Sonoma County DeLoach Vineyards! I was on hand as the Sonoma County winery celebrated their renovation and Russian River Valley renaissance. I also got to take part in their all new fun and fresh educational wine tasting experiences. Wine lovers get the chance to taste wine and get hands on,
CATEGORY: Travel & Lifestyle, Videos   |   DATE: April 22nd, 2014
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