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  1. The Most Romantic Wine Tour Awards Officially Announced Napa Hot Air...Read the original story

    Sunday | PR.com

    The 2015 awards for the Most Romantic Wine Tour Activities have been announced by www.RomanticWineTours.com. An early morning hot air balloon ride over the beautiful Napa Valley followed by a sparkling wine breakfast won the top award.

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  2. Distressed mirrors, candle chandeliers and beer served in jars:...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Mail on Sunday

    The monk who lived in my phone: The traveller who lost his iPod in Laos then discovered that it had been found by a selfie-taking holy man Is the UK becoming a surfing hot spot? English champion and model Joss Ash reveals why 'California is similar to Cornwall' The strange case of the 'ghost plane': Family tells of shock after arriving at the airport for a getaway to Portugal... to be told that their flight didn't exist EasyJet flight from London to Turkey is forced to divert after misfired Champagne cork caused oxygen masks to drop from ceiling 'Pack like a stylist would for a photo shoot': A fashionista's guide to jet-setting like Victoria Beckham and Olivia Palermo It's not our job to find you the cheapest fares, says rail boss: First Great Western chief says passengers need to hunt for best prices because staff don't have time Want to holiday like a supermodel? Inside the Turkish ... (more)

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  3. Around the HotelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Korea Herald

    ... 11. It is priced at 48,000 won per adult, 30,000 won per child and 20,000 won per pre-school child. Unlimited sparkling wine will be available for an additional 25,000 won per person. The Pavilion is located in the hotel's lobby and decorated in a ...

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  4. Charcoal-grilled saltwater eel at Doo-uh MariRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Korea Herald

    ... combination of two health foods reflects the overall aesthetic of Doo-uh Mari, which offers both red and white wine, neither traditionally paired with grilled eel in Korea, as options on the drinks menu. Doo-uh Mari's owners even invite customers to ...

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  5. Festival pairs wine, food to benefit Homecare and HospiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Manhattan Mercury

    Drew Hendricks of Standard Beverage, gives some opening remarks at the 16th Annual Flint Hills Festival of Wines Friday evening at Colbert's. The evening featured wine tastings from the Hess Collection, a multi-course dinner and live auction.

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  6. Wine 'has strong future'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | West Australian

    Visiting international wine judge and celebrated author Stephen Brook believes there is a strong future for specific wine styles and varieties from the Swan Valley but the key is marketing. "The Swan Valley does certain things very well, but in some cases these are varieties and styles which are not in huge demand, so the challenge for winemakers and marketers is to create markets for them," he said.

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  7. Real Estate Scorecard Encourages Folks to Join The Cliffs for IMBIBE:...Read the original story

    Sunday | PRWeb

    Real Estate Scorecard is the industry leader of online real estate reviews, keeping buyers informed about what's happening at the most popular gated communities and best cities to live in Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas, Tennessee and Central America. Folks are invited to join The Cliffs for IMBIBE: Wine + Food Festival, one of the most impressive foodie events in the Upstate.

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  8. Music in the Carolina skyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Mt. Airy News

    ... band entitled The Near Strangers. Jim and Suzanne Dunn, from the Fort Lauderdale, Florida, area, sample some of the wine and beer offered at Round Peak Vineyards while attending the Carolina Sky Music Festival and Skull Camp Out on Saturday. Jim and ...

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  9. Story of American wine told through vignettesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Boston.com

    When you consider the number and variety of bottles on shop shelves today, it would be easy to assume that the landscape of fine wine always looked this way. Yet it was not too long ago that choices - especially pours made in America - were limited in terms of quality and selection.

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  10. 'Surprise in your mouth' at Heirloom Tomato and Garlic FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Columbian

    ... varieties of tomato were on offer - ranging in color from bright yellow to flecked with purple, with names like Vintage Wine, Zapotec Platter and Dagma's Perfection - all grown on site at the farm near Ridgefield. The farm also had pineapple ...

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  11. Council consultant to scope science researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Marlborough Express

    ... services. Council corporate finance manager Martin Fletcher said in a report to council one concept was expanding the Wine Regional Research Institute with greater focus on winemaking and traceability. "The Government has signalled that Marlborough ...

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  12. Fun for adults and the young at heart alike at the D'Vine ExperienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Observer

    ... D'Vine Experience is an expanded event, which features two bike routes, the Taste of Chautauqua County Along the Lake, wine tasting, music, children's activities and more. Submitted Photo Christina McKane and Chautauqua Grape Belt Heritage ...

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  13. Stated Concord grape prices a mixed bag for area growersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Observer

    ... announces prices for 2015, it appears area growers will now be paid between $150 and $250 per ton. The growth of the wine industry is keeping some market prices at sustainable levels, while the juice and jelly market struggles. Most Concord grapes ...

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  14. Grape Stomp Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | River Front Times

    It's HARVEST TIME, and we are hosting a GRAPE STOMP! Bring out the whole family and feel the grapes squish between your toes. Saturday, August 29, 1-4pm Sunday, August 30, 1-4pm Stay for lunch, a glass of wine and live music (Sunday 1-4pm)! More info coming soon.

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  15. Qupe Bien Nacido Cuvee (Santa Maria Valley) 2013Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Professor Bainbridge on Wine

    It was still too hot to cook tonight, so I went with another no cook salad and a crisp white wine. To wit, the 2013 Qupe Bien Nacido Cuveeand Fattoush from a Cook's Illustrated recipe .The Qupe Bien Nacido Cuvee is a 50/50 blend of Viognier and Chardonnay.

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  16. Wine tasting event helps York County animal rescue groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WPMT-TV York

    JACKSON TOWNSHIP, Pa.- It's an odd pairing, but it's proving to be very beneficial. Wine tasting was held at Elicker's Grove near Spring Grove in York County on Saturday to help a local animal rescue group.

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  17. Mendocino County grape harvest a earlier than normalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Ukiah Daily Journal

    He was talking about grapes, which he farms at Pauli Ranch in Potter Valley, Orrs Creek Vineyard on Perkins in Ukiah, and the Yokayo Vineyard behind Thurston, which is where he also has the Yokayo Wine Company. Pauli, former president of the California Farm Bureau and current Potter Valley director on the Board of the California Association of Wine Grape Growers, started out in 1972 growing only chardonnay.

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  18. Sonoma likely to stay IndyCar finaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Indianapolis Star

    ... event. Track president Steve Page said he likes the stature of being the season finale and recognizes this picturesque wine country region north of San Francisco as a destination site for IndyCar supporters. Without revealing the dates being ...

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  19. Wine by Pete StewartRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sunday Herald

    GEOFF'S tomato recipes above simply sing to me of summer holidays in Greece and Italy, so it's no surprise that I'm heading to sunnier climes with this week's wine choice. Tomato dishes can be tricky when matching with wine due to the levels of acidity in the food.

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  20. Some Upcoming Petaluma Wine Events You Won't Want To MissRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | Patch.com

    Bistro 100 and Barber Cellars Winemaker's Dinner Tuesday Sept 1 Chef Adair's mastery at pairing great wine with creative culinary creations. Features Michael Barber and wines from Barber Cellars.

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