Indiana starts to catch up with the rest of the country as an interesting place for wine tourism. 7th in a series of blog posts on the United States of Wine.
Who knew Connecticut had a Wine Trail? Yes, there are wineries in Connecticut, 40 to be exact!
Kentucky is home to the first commercial winery in the United States. Today, tobacco, hemp and winegrapes vie for farmland in a state best known for The Kentucky Derby and Bourbon!
Palisade peaches. Apricots. Cherries. Alpacas. Yes, indeed. Wine grapes? Absolutely! “…(T)his high-altitude wine region (of the Rocky Mountains) is on the rise. Colorado isn’t just paradise for outdoor adventurers—it has plenty to offer any wine lover as well. At over 4,000 feet in elevation, Grand Junction and Colorado’s Grand Valley AVA should also be high on…
Wine is made in all 50 United States. The number of U.S. wineries has grown over 40 per cent in the last decade. Wyoming is featured first in a series about the newcomers.
Planning a short Napa wine country visit during a business trip requires a sharp strategy! Limit drive time and choose a diverse array of restaurant and winery experiences (with advance reservations!). February is Napa’s mustard season. Bright yellow blooms marching in straight lines between winter vines were a welcome contrast to gray skies and a…
It’s true, wine is made in all 50 states. But it’s not all good! Read on for a surprising experience in central Arizona’s Verde Valley wine region.
Would you ever — for a New York minute — consider pairing wine with chili? Probably not. In a flavor game changer, Cincinnati’s unique chili is a perfect partner.
Only 8 winemakers in 140+ years! For the first time since 1971, Beringer Vineyards has a member of the Beringer family at the helm as Chief Winemaker.
Andrew Jefford is one of the world’s most prolific and seasoned wine writers. Read Vino Venture’s 2016 interview in this link to the Wine Scholar Guild website.