Category: Interviews

White Pine Winery: Southern Michigan’s Lakefront Wine Tasting Destination

Southern Michigan might not yet be synonymous with “wine country,” but the new, local wineries such as White Pine Winery and Vineyards are doing their part to change that. White Pine’s enthusiastic approach to winemaking is helping the region »

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The Guglielmo Winery Holiday Faire!

The annual Holiday Faire at Santa Clara, California’s Guglielmo Winery is back! Stop by for some holiday fun and to browse their expanded gift shop any time now through Christmas Eve!

Now in its 22nd year, the Holiday Faire relies on the »

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Spreading the Wealth: Cottonwood Cellars Opens New Tasting Room Locations!

Cottonwood Cellars is bringing the fresh mountain terroir of the incomparable Uncompahgre Valley to a tasting room near you, Coloradoans! With three new tasting rooms sprinkled across the Rocky Mountain State, it has never been more convenient to sample »

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Manatawny Creek Winery: Running on the Sun

“Manatawny Creek” may be Native American for “Where we meet to drink,” but nowadays the winery that boasts the Pennsylvania waterway’s name has become famous for more than its fine wines. One of the region’s leading wineries in the »

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Canyon Wind Cellars: Channeling Success through Colorado’s Mountains

It takes a student of the earth to identify and select the ideal location to start a vineyard. And it’s no coincidence that Geologist-turned-Canyon Wind Cellars founder Norman Christianson has had such success with the property he choose for »

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Snyder Winery: Standing Tall in the Magic Valley

High in the mountains of the Magic Valley lies one of Southern Idaho’s most enchanting fine dining destinations: Synder Winery and Steakhouse Restaurant.

Winner of five silver medals at the Northwest Wine Press Competition, Snyder Winery is fast gaining a reputation »

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The Hess Collection: Two Passions Under One Roof

Donald Hess has been collecting some of the world’s finest modern art since the 1960’s, but it wasn’t until his dreams of starting his own winery became fulfilled in 1989 that the art was made available to the public. »

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Destination New Mexico: Willmon Vineyards

The oldest wine growing region in the United States may not be the largest or most famous in the country, but we want to thank Willmon Vineyards co-founder Jessica Willmon for reminding us of “This little hidden jewel in the »

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Riverview Cellars: Harvesting Lake Ontario’s Microclimate

If wine begins with water, then Riverview Cellars starts with the Niagara River.  Just 15 minutes from Niagara Falls, the Canadian vineyard is run on the fresh waterway that carves through Niagara-on-the-Lake toward Lake Ontario.  And after ten years of »

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Colorado’s Finest: Garfield Estates Vineyard & Winery

High desert terrain, timeless mountainside terroir, snow-capped peaks lining the horizon… Why travel to Argentina or Germany to experience a winery set in such a picturesque location when Colorado’s Grand Valley has it all?

With such an ideal growing environment, it’s »

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