3 hrs ago | Bradenton.com
Larry and Lenora Woodham planted grapes in this small East Manatee town, preparing for the day when they were mature enough to be used for wine.
5 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Mike Dunham didn't plan to get into the wine business. But when it happened, he embraced the Walla Walla wine scene - and it loved him back.
6 hrs ago | Trend Hunter Magazine
If wine lovers could picture an eco-friendly and very modern-looking wine house on a sunny vineyard, this design by Michael Jantzen would be it.
10 hrs ago | The Guardian
The owner of a winery in Grindstone is looking forward to the exposure he'll get at the New Festival of Wines Grand Tastings today and Saturday at the Charlottetown Civic Centre.
10 hrs ago | I heart PGH
Treading Art has been putting together an amazing list of weekend events around Pittsburgh.
14 hrs ago | Decanter Magazine
ASC Fine Wines, one of China's biggest importers, has just opened a new club or 'Wine Residence' in Shanghai.
16 hrs ago | The Drinks Business
China's Chateau Hansen is to launch a luxury label called Red Camel with a retail price of a 500 in its domestic market.
17 hrs ago | The Drinks Business
Dozens of Napa Valley's winemakers gathered this month at the Rudd Centre at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone for the first of The Winemakers Tasting, an event in response to this curious group's desire to see what vinous innovations and experimentations are happening in wine cellars around the valley today.
17 hrs ago | The Drinks Business
A rise in spirits consumption in the US is posing a threat to wine sales in the country, according to Joe Cafaro from Napa's Cafaro Cellars.
21 hrs ago | The Drinks Business
Irene Virbila recommends a red wine that is "intense and concentrated, with a seductive tonal palate" while Sandra Silfven picks a "bold wine with power and restraint." Writing in the LA Times , Virbila's choice is "a great red for barbecue season, with the stuff to stand up to smoke and char." She added: "Think bistecca or any big old steak, pork ... (more)
23 hrs ago | Las Cruces Sun-News
Sara Sakellakos, Jessica Padilla and Melissa Beard enjoy a glass of wine together at a recent Southern New Mexico Wine Festival.
Yesterday | Southwest Riverside News Network
On spring evenings, the Temecula air seems a just a bit more magical. The warmth of the sun is tempered by gentle breezes that carry the sounds and smells of wine country.
Burgdorf Winery owner David Burgdorf takes a sip of wine during a portrait shoot in the vineyard at his winery in located at his home in Haslett, Mich., Monday, May 6, 2013.
Red or white? How about both? Memorial Day Weekend is a big deal for Oregon's viticulture industry and wine aficionados alike, and boy do Lane County and Corvallis have a lot to offer.
Check out these spiffy wine and sake dinners coming up soon. First, at ~PICCINO~ you can meet winemakers from the Alps at two different wine dinners.
If you're looking to raise a glass to veterans this Memorial Day you might consider filling it with wine that will raise funds for them, too.
By Kurtis Kolt - North Shore Outlook Published: May 22, 2013 9:00 AM Updated: May 22, 2013 10:04 AM Time for refreshing ale! There's plenty to do during Vancouver Craft Beer Week, running May 31 to June 8; but say you're a wine fan and a little lost when it comes to an ale that suits you, then what? I did some very difficult research this week, ... (more)
The restaurant business is notoriously risky, shifty, and unpredictable. If you make it a year and don't go bankrupt, you're considered relatively successful.