The Lake County Winery Association (LCWA) would like to express its sincere thanks to the following businesses and individuals who are supporting this year’s Wine Adventure weekend.
Wineries In India For sponsorships, our thanks is sent out to First American Title Company / David Lucido, The Geysers Calpine, The Ice Water Co., Business Design Services / Robert Boccabella and Twin Pine Casino & Hotel.
The Wine Society Of India For donations to the raffle packages and prizes, our gratitude is expressed to Angelina’s Bakery, Bell Hill Vineyards, Bigg’s 155 Diner, Blue Wing Saloon / Tallman Hotel, Brassfield Estate, Cache Creek Catering, Chalerm Thai Bistro, Chic Le Chef, Clearlake B&B, Clear Lake Cottages & Marina, County of Lake / Tom Nixon, Diego’s Gallery, Disney Water Sports, Doni’s Occasion Station, Euphoria Salon, Featherbed Railroad B&B, Finch Gardens B&B, Glamazon-Robinson Lake Vineyard, Gregory Graham Vineyards, Herb Gura, Hawk and Horse Vineyards, Highland Springs Trails Volunteers / Karen Sullivan and Kim Riley, Judy’s Junction Restaurant, Langtry Estate, Lake County Land Trust / Brad Barnwell, Lake County Taxi-Scarborough Fare Tours, Lake County Wine Studio, Lakeport Drive-In Theatre, Lakeport English Inn, Lakeside Art & Gifts [Linda Kelly, Susan Laymon, Michelle Price, Gytha March and Toni Stewart], Lakeview Market, Laujor Estate Winery, Lightning Rod Gallery, Linda’s Hallmark, Lyndall’s Sports Stop Grill, The Lodge at Blue Lakes, Main St. Pizza, Moore Family Winery, Noggle Gardens a division of Noggle Vineyards & Winery, People Pleasin’ Products / Carli Tippett, Pine Cone Cabin/ Lake County Vacation Rentals [Bill and Kim McCulloch], Roy’s Backyard BBQ, Saw Shop Gallery Bistro, Shannon Ridge, Shed Horn Cellars, Six Sigma Ranch and Vineyard, Sol Rouge Vineyard, Soper Reese Community Theatre, Steele Wines, Studebaker’s Coffee House/Deli, Suite on Main Loft / Brian Fisher, Team Effort Fishing / Charlie Bye, Tony Oliveira’s First and Main Museum, Twin Pine Off The Vine, Vigilance Winery & Vineyards, Wildhurst Vineyards, Woody’s Gas.
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KENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) — Perhaps no other winery in Washington is on such a tear as Jones of Washington.
Vineyards In India Jones was started a decade ago by Jack Jones , who owns three vineyards. As recently as five years ago, the Jones of Washington label meant a pretty good bottle of wine.
Wineries In India Then, in 2008, winemaker Victor Palencia arrived. The son of migrant workers, Palencia grew up in the Yakima Valley.
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$10 A blend of 80 per cent Colombard and 20 per cent Sauvignon and Ugni Blanc, this dry white wine offers a fruity bouquet and citrus, peach, pineapple and almond flavors.
Winery In India $10 This dry white wine made from Torrontes grapes offers a fragrant and floral bouquet and crisp fruit flavors on the palate.
Vineyards In India Composed of 80 per cent Malbec and 20 per cent Syrah, this full-bodied red wine offers ripe fruit flavors and soft tannins for a smooth finish.
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Wines Of India Domenico Clerico bases all of the decisions he makes at his winery on how the wine tastes, nothing else. Photo: Domenico Clerico Azienda Agricol / HC Domenico Clerico bases all of the decisions he makes at his winery...
Winery In India Wine bottles at the Domenico Clerico Azienda Agricola in Italy. Photo: Domenico Clerico Azienda Agricol / HC Wine bottles at the Domenico Clerico Azienda Agricola in Italy.
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<span class="subhead">Fair hosts wine events</span></p><p> The “best of the best” Missouri wines will be served at a benefit wine tasting at Platte County Fair from 8 to 10 p.m. on July 18, opening night.</p><p> The wine comes from more than 16 Missouri wineries, including Pirtle Winery, Jowler Creek Winery and Riverwood Winery in Platte County.</p><p> Admission is $15 and includes a souvenir wine glass. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Platte County Fair.</p><p> A wine workshop, “Vineyard Practices and Wine Making,” is planned for 9 to 11 a.m. July 21 in the Platte Purchase Building on the Platte County Fairgrounds. Presenters will include winemakers, vineyard managers, University of Missouri Extension agents and other experts.</p><p> Wines from Missouri will be showcased and sold by the glass from 6 to 10 p.m. each evening of the fair, July 18-21. </p><p> For information on the wine tasting or workshop contact Fred Whisman at 816-455-1800 or email@example.com; or Tom Stacey at 816-746-0400.</p><p><span class="subhead">Gladstone summer entertainment</span></p><p> Pool parties and movies in the park are part of Gladstone’s plan to beat the summer heat and have fun this month.</p><p> The Gladstone Community Center is offering four pool party packages that include an hour of party time in the outside patio Party Zone as well as unlimited swimming. Packages start at $5.75 per person and can be created for children and adults.</p><p> For more information call 816-423-4200.</p><p> The movie “Puss in Boots” will be shown at 9 p.m. July 20 at Oak Grove Park. The PG-rated movie is free and open to the public.</p><p> Bring blankets and chairs along with a picnic or buy concessions at the park. No alcohol is permitted in the park.</p><p> In case of inclement weather, call 816-437-2489, option 4. For other information call Gladstone Parks and Recreation at 816-423-4091. </p><p><span class="subhead">Coalition hosts legislative forum</span></p><p> The Northland Coalition is hosting a legislative forum and complimentary luncheon at noon July 25 at the Kansas City Regional Police Academy, 6885 N.E. Pleasant Valley Road, Kansas City, North.</p><p> Following lunch, state legislature and senate candidates will speak and answer questions submitted by the audience. They will also be available to visit with individuals following the program.</p><p> Make reservations at 816-877-0498 or www.2012legislativeforum.eventbrite.com.</p><p> The Northland Coalition is a group of volunteers in Clay, Platte and Ray Counties who focus on creating safe, healthy and drug-free communities. For information on the coalition go to www.northlandcoalition.com.</p><p><span class="subhead">No burning in Liberty</span></p><p> Liberty’s Fire Chief is reminding citizens that open burning is banned in Liberty.</p><p> With the drought-like conditions it is even more important that citizens observe the no-burn order. The burn ban includes recreational fires like campfires and bonfires. Barbeque and fire pits are permitted.</p><p> “Any time that you’re dealing with fire we would recommend extreme caution,” said Fire Chief Mike Snider. “Be at least 25 feet away from your residence. Also have an extinguishing agent, like a bucket of water or garden hose, to extinguish the fire should it come out of control.”</p><p> The 25-feet space is required at apartments.</p><p> The large fireworks display during the city’s July 4th celebration went on without any fire-related problems, said Snider. However, there were a few small grass fires and one deck caught fire at a home.</p><p><span class="subhead">4-H alumni encouraged to share club history</span></p><p>Organizers are asking past members or volunteers of any 4-H program to bring items for the club alumni display at the Platte County Fairgrounds.</p><p>The club is looking for items including record books, photos, clothes and award. Participants can earn a 4-H alumni pin.</p><p>Items can be brought to the fairgrounds in Tracy Saturday morning, from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday or from 3 to 8 p.m. Monday. To arrange other times, call 816-270-2141 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wine From India The “best of the best” Missouri wines will be served at a benefit wine tasting at Platte County Fair from 8 to 10 p.m. on July 18, opening night.
Wines Of India The wine comes from more than 16 Missouri wineries, including Pirtle Winery, Jowler Creek Winery and Riverwood Winery in Platte County.
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