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Why Piedmont Can Be Your Next Tuscany

World-renowned vintages, a bounty of historic cities, towns and hilltops villages, and the vineyard-and-castle-threaded countryside of the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato are just some of the reasons to visit Piedmont in Northern Italy. Well-priced vacation homes and lodging are other reasons to lure you here as well. In searching for...
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LifestyleArkansas Online

Where should you stay in Italy this summer?

For those of us who've spent the last year and a half mostly cooped up, laying eyes on the sun-dappled Tuscan hills is like rediscovering the entire range of the visible spectrum. Thanks to loosened border restrictions that allow entry by travelers from across the European Union, the United States and several other countries, it's now possible to visit Italy freely, as long as you're vaccinated or demonstrably covid-free.
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Murphys, CAPine Tree

May Your Summer be Special with June Savings from Black Sheep Winery!

Murphys, CA… Black Sheep Winery arrived in Murphys with the 1984 harvest. From that first harvest we produced our 1984 Amador Zinfandel. The wine was styled in a big, bold way like nobody else could do. That’s what makes us Black Sheep; we’re different from the rest of the flock. We feature small batches of limited release wines handcrafted from high quality grapes grown in Calaveras and Amador Counties. We produce about 2,500 cases of wine per year, specializing in Zinfandels and Rhone varietals.
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Lone Star Wine Cellars presents Wine Olympics Ranch Day Retreat

All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled. Lone Star Wine Cellars will present a fun-filled day out to the private Triple “R” Ranch & Winery for a day trip featuring Wine Olympic games, food, music, and wine.
Paso Robles, CAevewine101.com

Paso Robles Wine Country’s First Virtual Auction Raises Over $70,000 Paso Wine Fan’s Go Above and Beyond

Paso Robles, CA – The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance (PRWCA) has completed the first Paso Robles Wine Country Virtual Auction, which began on Monday, May 10, and concluded on Sunday, May 16. This inaugural online auction supports the PRWCA Foundation, the non-profit organization that gives back through its scholarship program for high school seniors and supports the local community with charitable contributions.
Boats & WatercraftsFinancial Times

HTSI editor’s letter: get your motor running…. We’re planning to escape

First, to the superyacht. Recent months have been very generous to the very wealthy, who have throughout this period been making money in a manner quite unlike that seen before. In a world in which multiple personal chefs, a lifestyle concierge and a numinous wellness guru are now considered standard, the accoutrements of the rich have changed very little. Houses, private jets and wine cellars still remain priorities. Still, nothing says “I’ve made it” like a bespoke yacht in which to sail.
Paso Robles, CApasowine.com

The 15 Best Downtown Paso Robles Tasting Rooms

There are more than 200 tasting rooms in Paso Robles, many of those can be found within walking distance of one another and centrally located in the heart of downtown. From highly acclaimed brands opening second locations to family-owned and operated micro-wineries to edgy renegades whose style fits best tucked away in an industrial locale. The downtown wine landscape has been growing by not only the number of tasting rooms but also by the type of wine experiences offered.
Food & Drinkswineyakimavalley.org

18 Jun Grillin’ and Chillin’ with Dad

Father’s Day, the day we celebrate the men who helped make us who we are, is Sunday, June 20. It’s a weekend to toast your father with great food, great memories and, most of all, great wine. It’s hard to find the perfect gift for Dad year after year. So,...
DrinksTelegraph

The underrated Greek wine that gives pinot noir a run for its money

If Dionysus were creating a grape to seduce those who love the mighty structure and refreshing acidity of nebbiolo (the barolo grape) and those in thrall to the mellifluous fruit of pinot noir, then he might have come up with xinomavro. Perhaps that’s what happened. Xinomavro – pronounced k’see-no-mav-ro –...
Food & DrinksReverse Wine Snob

Penley Estate Phoenix Cabernet Sauvignon – Pure Cab Goodness

A Costco Bulk Buy Cab, the Penley Estate Phoenix Cabernet Sauvignon from Coonawarra, Australia. Cabernet Sauvignon from Coonawarra, South Australia. The wine spends 12 months in French oak, only 5% of which was new. The Penley Estate Phoenix Cabernet Sauvignon has an SRP of $20 but we found it at...
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10 best vineyards to visit across the UK, from sparkling rosé in Cornwall to blanc de blancs in Surrey

It’s not easy to escape the crowds in Cornwall in summer, but down a narrow, winding track near Bodmin sits the ordered, sun-dappled tranquillity of Camel Valley winery. The first vines were planted at the former sheep farm by Bob and Annie Lindo in 1989 and it remains a family affair. I was greeted by Sam Lindo, the owners’ son and award-winning chief winemaker, who grew up among the vines and now gives an enthusiastic and well-informed daily tour of the vineyard (including one field that has been hand-pruned exclusively by his mother since 1989 – a plaque commemorates her 100,000th vine pruned), as well as the wine-making process, from picking to bottling. After the tour comes an unguided tasting of four of Camel Valley’s core wines – two still, two sparkling – on the terrace, a simple sun trap with views across gently sloping vines into the valley. The highlight? Its world-champion sparkling pinot noir rosé, which tastes of strawberries and summer.
DrinksWashington Post

Chill this $12 Portuguese red and you’re ready for summer sipping

This week’s selection highlights two of my favorite themes about wine: The tremendous values produced in Portugal and the amazing diversity of wine grape varieties in Italy. We have an inexpensive red from southern Portugal worth stocking up on for summer cookouts, plus two delicious wines from the Douro Valley further north. June 23-24 is the annual São João festival in Porto, a fantastic time to visit the city during a trip to the Douro Valley. From Italy, we add two wines from the pecorino grape that cry out for seafood.
Lifestylerosevilletoday.com

Carmel-by-the-Sea Launches Mobile Wine Walk Guide

Central California’s iconic seaside village offers new way to discover walkable wine tasting. CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, Calif. – Visit Carmel, the destination marketing organization for Carmel-by-the-Sea, has reimagined and relaunched its Carmel-by-the-Sea Wine Walk in the form of a mobile wine tasting guide. The free digital guide details exclusive and upgraded tasting experiences from eleven Carmel wine tasting rooms, plus chances to win special prize drawings.
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Top 7 Vineyards In California To Visit This Summer

This post may have affiliate links, which means we may receive a small commission (at no extra cost to you!) if you choose to purchase through them. Here's our Disclosure & Privacy Policy for more info. Last Updated 6 hours ago. California produces 90% of U.S. wine, courtesy of its...
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2021 El Dorado Wine Competition Names 2018 Findleton Estate Winery Cooper Vineyard Carignane Best of Show

Best White goes to 2019 Carol Shelton Coquille Blanc Rhone Blend; Best Sweet to 2016 Batia Dolce Rojo. , — June 17, 2021 —Best Red and Best of Show at the 2021 El Dorado Wine Competition went to the 2018 Findleton Estate Winery Cooper Vineyard Carignane, also named Best Rhone of Show. Winemaker, Tom Findleton, was also awarded Best Amador Winemaker for 2021. Tom makes consistently great wines, packaged in the most exquisite bottles with original labels hand-painted by his talented artist wife, Pamela.
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