It’s that time of year…
The time of year when “time” seems to take over our lives. There simply isn’t enough of it.
The holiday decorations are up in all of the department stores, which are hoping for a much longer shopping season than usual.
In supermarkets, orders are being taken for Thanksgiving turkeys, hams, an array of side dishes and pumpkin pies.
And let’s not forget the bubbly for welcoming in the new year… which still is a month-and-a-half away.
Especially during these busy times, we appreciate your taking a few minutes to visit us here at VinesseTODAY.com for your daily dose of wine news. All this week, we have some interesting information to share with you.
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, we’ll have coast-to-coast harvest reports – beginning in the Santa Lucia Highlands of Monterey County, then moving north to Oregon, and finishing in Western New York.
Also this week, you’ll read about the fights against two vineyard pests that threaten the livelihoods of growers and vintners. And we’ll offer information included in a new report that links moderate consumption of red wine to a reduced rate of breast cancer.
We hope you’ll stop by each day. After all, you need to take a break every once in a while.