Wines from five different state vineyards will be available for tasting Saturday at the 16th annual West Virginia Spring Wine Festival.
India Wines The festival is being hosted from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Daniel Vineyards, located at 200 Twin Oaks Road in Crab Orchard.
Wines In India Admission is $10 per person, which includes wine tastings, a commemorative wine glass and live entertainment. Participating wine vendors include Daniel Vineyards, Forks of Cheat Winery of Morgantown, West Whitehill Winery of Fisher, Watts Roost Vineyard of Lewisburg and Heston Farm Winery of Fairmont.
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A view of Chateau Chantal, one of the more than 30 wineries in the Traverse City, Mich. area.
Wine In India But there are new types of grapes that have only been around for decade or two and are allowing wine to be made in places never imagined before -- like colder Midwest states.
India Wines One winemaker who’s joining the northern wine region is Dave Anthony. He and his wife, own and run a four and a half-acre vineyard and winery in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, near the northern Lake Michigan shore.
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The drive from Hoboken to Unionville Vineyards in Ringoes is not nearly as far as the gulf between the quality of its wines and the incredulity of many. The journey from gentrified Hoboken crosses the gritty Pulaski Skyway; Route 78 transports you along another New Jersey of post-World War II homes and office parks. The drive concludes in Hunterdon County,...
India Wine in Ringoes is not nearly as far as the gulf between the quality of its wines and the incredulity of many.
Wine In India The journey from gentrified Hoboken crosses the gritty Pulaski Skyway; Route 78 transports you along another New Jersey of post-World War II homes and office parks. The drive concludes in Hunterdon County, where New Jersey remains a bucolic tableau of farmlands, horses meandering on fenced-in pastures, an alpaca farm next door to grazing sheep. You cross a stream and park next to a renovated barn lettered Unionville Vineyards. The trip is simultaneously disconcerting and reassuring.
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer In the Fuente Malena vineyard, I am practically climbing over the rocky soils. This rugged land of resilient vines 35 to 90 years old is one of many sources for a deep and powerful red called Numanthia. It is the only bodega I’ll visit in Toro, a small winemaking region in the central north of Spain.
Wines From India The estate is named after the ancient Spanish town of Numancia, whose people resisted the Roman invasion of 133 B.C., ultimately choosing to burn their city and die free rather than surrender and live as slaves.
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The Wahluke Slope is in the middle of nowhere and unlikely to be on many lists for a wine-touring destination.
Wine Business In India Yet this warm region around the town of Mattawa has long been the backbone of the Washington wine industry.
Wines From India The Wahluke Slope (pronounced “wah-LUKE”) is a 13-mile-wide gravel bar east of Yakima that was formed near the end of the last ice age when huge floods followed the course of the Columbia River, which surrounds most of the region. It is mostly agriculture now, with orchards, row crops and grapes dominating the landscape of the 81,000-acre region. With about 6,000 acres of wine grapes planted, the Wahluke Slope makes up about 10 percent of Washington’s vineyards.
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