Category Archives: Wine Regions

Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

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If you love a more-than-great glass of Pinot Noir, you need to turn your head to the west coast. Lying in an expansive region, the Sonoma Coast wine country stretches across the country with its diverse array of varietals. Why … Continue reading

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History of Paso Robles

Paso Robles

Paso Robles is most famous for producing rich and jammy Zinfandels. This regions may have started producing wine in the 1700′s but today has all of the flair of the new world. Continue reading

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History of Napa Valley

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Napa Valley has a long and treasured history of producing amazing wines in varies varietals. Starting in the 1800′s, surviving prohibition to flourishing today, Napa Valley’s history is an American wine maker’s treasure. Continue reading

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Emerging Wine Regions – Virginia Wine

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The Virginia wine region is a best kept secret in the US. While Washington and California get all the praise, Virginia quietly produces some amazing grapes. Find out why the Virginia wine region should be your next wine destination. Continue reading

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Emerging Wine Region – Midwest Wine

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When you think of wine regions the Midwest probably does not come to mind first (if at all). The Midwest United States is seeing a rise in popularity as a wine producer. Find out what what all the fuss is about when it comes to Midwest wine. Continue reading

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Affordable Wine Vacations

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You will surely fill up on plenty of cheese and vino on your wine vacation but will your wallet may be feeling the post vacation hangover as well. Learn how to experience the US wine regions while leaving a few bucks in your wallet for the cab ride home. Continue reading

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