The vintners of the Calistoga area in California’s famous Napa Valley want their own American Viticultural Area designation. They say it’s the last “unique” growing area in the valley without its own AVA.
Now, the Calistoga City Council has joined effort, unanimously passing a resolution in support of the AVA designation.
At present, vintners who use Calistoga grapes exclusively are allowed by the government to include only the less-specific “Napa Valley” wording on…
It’s not easy to match Cabernet Sauvignon with dessert.
Not easy…but not impossible.
Try this recipe with your favorite . . .
(Editor’s Note: This is the third of a three-part series on
Australian wines. Fire up the barbee, pour a glass, and enjoy.)
Australia vintners make a wine for every meal and every occasion.
Although Australian cuisine is delicious – filled with fresh
seafood, native spices and Pacific Rim flair – you…
(Editor’s Note: This is the second of a three-part series that runs through tomorrow here on
Yesterday, we learned about the history of Australian
winemaking and how vintners there have embraced technology. But what
about the future? What are the trends in Down Under wine?
Other than gathering more awards, more notoriety and more…