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  1. Nova Scotia sparkles in your glassRead the original story

    Yesterday | Telegram

    Niagara and the Okanagan Valley have become established in our minds as quality wine regions in Canada, and not just for icewine. Red, white, and sparkling wines have won international awards and acclaim and have made their mark in the marketplace.

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  2. Stags Leap District's Annual "Vineyard to Vintner" CelebrationRead the original story

    Yesterday | Wine Business Online

    Description: 'Vineyard to Vintner' is an exclusive experience in Napa Valley's Stags Leap District that offers intimate opportunities to taste the appellation's world-class Cabernets while mingling with the winery owners and vintners. The weekend provides personal and backstage access to vintners' private homes and historic wineries, with tours and barrel tastings amongst the glorious vineyards and billowing Palisades of the Stags Leap District.

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  3. Gardens, Galleries And Grapes Kicks This WeekendRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily News-Record

    Shenandoah County visitors and residents can celebrate spring with local wine and artwork during the Gardens, Galleries and Grapes festival Saturday and Sunday.

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  4. Twelve best Denver restaurants on Larimer StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Westword

    ... Tuesday's cheap date night, a special that includes three antipasti, two entrees, one dessert and one bottle of house wine for fifty bucks. Want to be pampered? The Capital Grille rolls out the white tablecloths. The Larimer Square steakhouse may be ...

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  5. 2015 Sommeliers of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Food & Wine

    ... Chenin, the fact that the estate has been passed down through the matriarchal line of the family. I really credit this wine for my obsession with natural wine and the people who grow grapes the way we want food grown. 2004 Clemens Busch Marienburg ...

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  6. Food | The Cellar: The Whites of Chateauneuf-du-PapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Go Local

    At a recent tasting at the Providence Wine Academy participants learned about, and tasted through, the diverse and quality driven wines France's Rhone Valley. Among the wines sampled was a somewhat unusual wine; a white Chteauneuf-du-Pape.

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  7. Historical Society invites 14 floral designers to display their...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SouthCoastToday.com

    ... p.m. Saturday, April 25. These classic style cocktail parties in the museum's elegant 19th Century setting will offer wine, floral patisserie and music, along with a special introduction of Blossom Water, a new bottled water infused with fruit and ...

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  8. Latest honor secures Maryhill's spot among region's finest wineries - Fri, 24 Apr 2015 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Spokesman-Review

    ... than 800. The Leutholds, while maintaining their Spokane home, opened Maryhill by offering just a few hundred cases of wine with hopes of attracting visitors from Portland, Seattle, Spokane and Boise. Today, Maryhill is one of Washington's largest ...

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  9. Agritourists want to know: How does your garden grow?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    ... and vineyard owners for promoting tourism fueled by an interest in agriculture. "People come to Palisade, maybe for the wine and the peaches, but trust us, they're doing other things, too," said Juliann Adams, director of the Palisade Chamber of ...

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  10. Restaurant review: Esty Street in Park RidgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NorthJersey.com

    ... It also remains one of the best places to have a drink, with enticing cocktails by bar manager Matt Milczarski and a Wine Spectator-recognized wine list that includes a new selection of Champagne and sparkling wines. After a hectic period when Esty ...

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  11. Digg this postRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Floyd County Hesperian-Beacon

    Wine parties are like the next great thing for trying and tasting wines. You used to have to go to vineyards and do wine tastings, but now they bring the wines to you into a wine party and it's a great place to find wine for your party or event that you are planning.

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  12. St Fidelis of Sigmaringen; St Benedict MenniRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Catholic.net

    ... of Fribourg in Switzerland, and while he taught philosophy, commenced doctor of laws. He at that time never drank wine, and wore a hair-shirt. His modesty, meekness, chastity, and all other virtues, charmed all that had the happiness of his ...

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  13. Yao Ming Among Star Vintners Seeking Millions From CrowdfundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bloomberg

    ... name. Last year, U.K.-based Naked Wines made that possible, providing a 500,000 in advance funding through its 250,000 wine-loving customer-investors, who were able to buy Moulin's four champagnes at a discount, Bloomberg Markets reports in its May ...

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  14. Hit the Hudson-Berkshire Beverage Trail on Saturday for some delicious drinkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    ... venues. Participating wineries are: Brookview Station Winery , 2009 awarded Gold Medal for International Eastern Wine Competition; Clermont Vineyards & Winery LLC , wines in the traditional Portuguese style; Furnace Brook Winery in the Berkshire ...

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  15. Aussie winemaker plies his craft on the Gallipoli peninsulaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    When you think of Gallipoli National Park, you might not think of wine production, but that is exactly where one Australian viticulturist is plying his craft. Winemaker Mark Sims, from Cowra in New South Wales, received a call two years ago, inviting him to work at a vineyard on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey.

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  16. Arizona wine industry maturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Arizona Republic

    Throughout Arizona, wineries such as Javelina Leap have cropped up in droves. Wine production in the state has soared nearly 700 percent since 2001.

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  17. Spinach recall; Corner 103 tasting room and Ledson restaurant open;...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sonoma Index Tribune

    ... Caribbean Spices, Got Balls Meatball Factory, Marks the Spot, and Seed on the Go. Sebastiani requires you buy their wine if drinking wine, and Incognito will entertain in the tasting room. Always a good time. A smiling Ingrid Martinez and her ...

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  18. Royal B.C. Museum to host Okanagan wineriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Taste the array of spring wine releases from Naramata Bench Wineries, along with delectable food samples from Victoria's finest chefs, charcuteries, cheese shops and bakeries at a special event hosted by Royal B.C. Museum on April 28 at the Crystal Gardens. The Naramata Bench Wineries Association is a group of 25 award-winning wineries nestled along a 14-kilometre winding country road overlooking Okanagan Lake.

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  19. Horticultural production tops $7B, driven by wine and applesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NBR Newsroom

    Horticultural production has topped $7 billion for the first time, with good growth in nearly all the main industries, including wine, apples, potatoes, and onions. The latest edition of the industry publication Fresh Facts shows in the year to June 30 2014 the horticultural industry was calculated to reach $7.16 billion in production, up from $6.7 billion the year before.

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  20. Hard work continues after harvestRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Marlborough Express

    With the region's grapes in for 2015, wine reporter Chloe Winter swapped her heels for a pair of gumboots this week and headed to Marlborough's Whitehaven winery to see what happens next. From the outside, you hear a lot about harvest: the long days, the endless truckloads of grapes that don't stop coming, the constant whirring of the presses.

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