Part of Early Mountain’s 305 acres include a picnic area behind the tasting room where guests can congregate to enjoy nice weather, drink wine and bring outside food to munch on. When weather-appropriate, Early Mountain will light the fire pits creating a sort of camp-style outdoors lounging area which is pet-friendly.
India Vineyard Nested at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains on Rt. 230 is Early Mountain Vineyards. A destination for both local and out of town visitors, the vineyard and winery is all about celebrating Virginia wine.
Red Wine In India The success of wine in the region is what prompted owner Jean Case and her husband Steve to purchase Early Mountain from the Sweeley family in November 2011. The vineyard and winery opened in 2012 and since then has typically produced a portfolio of six or seven core wines and also usually features six to eight wines from other Virginia wineries. The vineyard and winery is set on 305 acres on Route 230 right off of Route 29 south and 27 of those acres are used for growing 10 different types of grapes.
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Formed by the dramatic action of retreating glaciers about 10,000 years ago, the Finger Lakes, with their spectacular gorges and waterfalls, take visitors on a walk through geological time. Despite their proximity and great natural beauty, they somehow seem to remain one of New York State's best-kept secrets. Increasingly, visitors are seeking them out for the wine country here and the buzz it is generating.
India Winery Driving the length of Seneca or Keuka lakes, the vineyards slope down towards the lakes and evoke vistas reminiscent of Germany's Rhine Valley. With a climate that is similar to the Rhine region, it is no surprise that Riesling is the prime grape here. The Rieslings here have astounding breadth, ranging from the mineralic to the unabashedly floral and perfumed.
Vineyards India But if Riesling is the only grape you think of when you hear about the Finger Lakes wine country, it's time for a rethink. Winemakers here are making some exceptional, peppery Syrah, woody Pinot, award-winning Cabernet Franc and spicy Lamberger (made from the Austrian grape also known as Blaufränkisch).
This is another installment of a series called "Livermore Stories," which takes a look at the most exciting wineries in this wine growing region located east of San Francisco.
Wine Society Of India Take Rhonda Wood. "I used to fly for US Airways," says the commercial airline pilot turned vintner.
India Winery She actually started learning about making wine in Fremont, a community in the southern San Francisco Bay Area, where she and her husband planted 18 vines in their backyard.
Kristie Rearick | South Jersey Times Be sure to try some of New Jersey's finest vintages at the first-ever "Autumn Wine Festival at RiverWinds" set for Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18 and 19.
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Wine Society Of India Twelve of New Jersey's wineries join together for the the festival from noon to 5 p.m each day. Produced by GPS, Inc., this weekend of New Jersey wine, gourmet food trucks, live music, hand-made artisan crafts and kids activities is the fitting way to "celebrate the harvest." "We are so excited and proud to be hosting the fall's newest wine event, as a chance to fully celebrate this wonderful time of the year," said Kathy Bullock, vice president of GPS, Inc., in a press release. "The tremendous response by the local community and the support of officials in West Deptford made our decision to hold our event on the beautiful grounds of the RiverWinds Community Center an easy one." "Come to the festival for a chance to meet the winemakers and learn about New Jersey's rich wine heritage," added Bullock in a press release.
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