Monthly Archives: April 2014

Monterey County Wineries Offer a Grape Escape on May 3

While much of the world was witnessing unfathomable tragedy — from the bombing of New York’s World Trade Center to the killing of 22 United Nations troops in Somalia — a group of winery owners in California decided it might

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Yosemite Area Wineries to Celebrate Lincoln-Signed Grant

A century and a half ago, President Abraham Lincoln signed the grant that established Yosemite National Park. To mark the occasion, several of the estates that comprise California’s Madera Wine Trail will host the first Yosemite Grant Wine Celebration. Throughout

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Toast Earth Day at Home… Today and All Year ’Round

Over the last week, we’ve shared information on a number of Earth Day-focused events at some of America’s “greenest” wineries. But if you’ve not been able to participate in any of those activities this year, you can still make an

Posted in Wine and the Environment

Plug in Your Car and Pour Some Pinot Noir

My thanks to the folks at PR Web for sending along the media advisory that follows — dealing with one of my favorite parts of the world to go “wine exploring.” – – – – – Five of the Willamette

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