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  1. Grapevine Wine Tours a Grapevine, Texas getawayRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 31, 2010 |

    Thanks to local Dallas and Fort Worth Metroplex residents and out of town visitors, Grapevine's wine tour runneth over with popularity. Grapevine Wine Tours has become so popular in fact that the company has added a Sunday brunch time tour and the addition of a new tour bus for 2011.


  2. Rural confidence high after widespread rainRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Border Mail

    PLENTIFUL HARVEST: Tamsin Greenwood, Greenwood and Grogan Produce, among the fresh vegetables with her dog Arnie at her Allans Flat market garden on Thursday. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE DE BORTOLI Wines lost 12 hectares of grapes in a 60-minute hailstorm which hit the King Valley but most grape and vegetable growers fared better as storms rolled through the region in recent weeks.


  3. Dillon & Associates Inc. Has $1,591,000 Stake in Diageo plcRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Political

    ... ) is a drinks business company. The Company is a provider of beverage alcohol of various brands in spirits, beer and wine. The Company produces its brands from more than 200 sites in over 30 countries. Diageo owns manufacturing production facilities ...


  4. On to Oregon, Part 2: BendRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Marina Times

    ... from the early 1900s, and previously housed furniture, music, hardware, and other retail stores. Now find restaurants, wine-tasting venues, breweries, art galleries, boutiques, and bakeries. The farmers' market sets up by the river on Wednesdays ...


  5. Love Grows on Valentine's DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    ... punch, treat her to a gift of Thompson & Morgan Begonia Majestic Mixed (A 22 for six tubers, :: The new Wine and Dine Collections from Chiltern Seeds feature flowers with quaffable-sounding names including Clarkia purpurea Burgundy ...


  6. Sonoma oozes with anticipation over National Chocolate MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sonoma Index Tribune

    ... midst of National Chocolate Month. How could we be so lucky? Making chocolate truffles for over 16 years Betty Kelly of Wine Country Chocolates, with her tiny kitchen in Glen Ellen's Jack London Village, has added Glen Ellen native Tyler Phillips to ...


  7. Kathleen Hill: Super Bowl super winesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sonoma Index Tribune

    ... screen, a whole roasted pig (apparently honoring the "pigskin" sport), finger foods and snacks, a glass of Victor Hill wine (keep the logo glass), and non-alcoholic beverages for designated drivers. Team colors and jerseys encouraged. $40 public, ...


  8. Sonoma Portworks winemaker doubles as storytellerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sonoma Index Tribune

    "The whole idea of storytelling has always been very appealing to me," says full-time winemaker and part-time storyteller Bill Reading. Reading, founder of Sonoma Portworks, smiles as he adds, "I think I've been interested in the power of stories even longer than I've been making wine."


  9. New distillery, tasting room to open on Mare IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vallejo Times-Herald

    ... Moser said. The Splinter Group was founded in 2014 by David Phinney, who also runs the St. Helena-based Orin Swift wine label, Moser said. The group produces Straight Edge Bourbon Whiskey and Slaughter House American Whiskey, which was awarded a ...


  10. New president for Family WinemakersRead the original story

    Yesterday | Wines & Vines

    ... right person to lift FWC to new heights," said Bruce Lundquist, FWC board chair and co-owner of Rack & Riddle Custom Wine Services of Healdsburg, Calif, in a statement released by the group. "He brings extensive experience, great passion for our ...


  11. Firefly Fine Wines and Ales moving to a bigger Vancouver storeRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Georgia Straight

    Firefly Fine Wines and Ales is relocating its Vancouver store at 2857 Cambie Street to a new and much bigger location a few steps away. The wine shop is actually staying in the same L-shaped site kitty corner to city hall, which used to be the Plaza 500 Hotel.


  12. Faulkner writing competition may see added features this yearRead the original story

    Yesterday | New Albany Gazette

    ... teaching at Ole Miss and the FBI Academy, serving as syndicated columnist specializing in travel and, particularly, wine. His wine columns have appeared regularly in the Washington Post and the Gannett New Service. His writing career also includes ...


  13. Marlborough Wine flight pairs spectacular views of New Zealand with award-winning winesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Marlborough Express

    More than 60 top international wine writers and sommeliers were treated to a low altitude flight over New Zealand's premiere wine producing regions by New Zealand Winegrowers and Air New Zealand. Following the International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration in Marlborough, more than 60 top international wine writers, sommeliers and buyers were flown to Gisborne to attend the inaugural Chardonnay and Sparkling Symposium.


  14. Water for Chocolate impresses post-fire with great deals, expanded supper hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Baltimore Sun

    Upper Fells Point corner restaurant Water for Chocolate rebounded from a fire last March with interior updates and now offers extended dinner hours, wine and beer. Unlike the unfortunate protagonist of the book "Like Water for Chocolate," chef Sean Guy survived the fire that engulfed his Upper Fells Point restaurant and apartment last March.


  15. Bottle Shock: Uncovering Counterfeiting and Crime in the Wine IndustryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WNYC-AM New York

    Christine Haughney tells us about her investigation of "Wine Crimes" - from high-profile thefts to massive counterfeiting schemes. Christine Haughney , senior investigations editor at Zero Point Zero Productions, discusses her Food Republic series that dives into "Wine Crimes."


  16. Any Porto in a storm... As a connoisseur, Ray Jordan was happy to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Yahoo!

    ... the wide expanse of the famous Douro River, the names of some of the world's most recognised names in ports. Porto's wine history is relatively recent, but that history dates back to the Roman times, largely because of its location on an important ...


  17. Jim Kelly -- Reunites with Bills Greats ... For Napa Wine DateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    Nothing brings a group of tough football players together like a bottle of California red ... just ask Jim Kelly -- who reunited with a bunch of his former Bills teammates in Napa Valley this week. The QB hooked up with Bruce Smith , Thurman Thomas , Cornelius Bennett , Steve Tasker and Darryl Talley for a 25 year reunion from Super Bowl XXV.


  18. Remember when: from the archives of March 10, 1933: Water bond election next TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sonoma Index Tribune

    Next Tuesday is the day of the water bond election in Sonoma, and great interest in the proposal makes it certain that there will be a large vote brought out. Indications are that the result will be close, as a two-thirds vote is necessary to carry the project.


  19. Walla Walla, The Big Country, and Miramichi join NHRA Member Track NetworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | National Dragster

    Meet the Stars of the NHRA Mello Yello Series Read full bios on all the series regulars, including major accomplishments, best runs, hobbies, and more, plus team and driver Twitter account info on the social media page. NitroMall is your one-stop spot for official NHRA merchandise, products from some of the teams of the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series, and more.


  20. By the bottle or by the glass, Revolution Wine now open on E PikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Capitol Hill Blog

    With so much beer and coffee news over the past year, Capitol Hill wine lovers may have been feeling a little left out. Demand, it seems, remains strong as the owners of Revolution Wine discovered during their packed opening over the weekend at Belmont and Pike.