Monthly Archives: June 2014

First ‘Urban Winery’ Headed for Oakland’s Waterfront

Times change. Tastes change. And so it is with Rosenblum Cellars, a California winery founded in 1978 that for many years hosted one of my favorite wine events. It was an open house with multiple tasting stations — multiple because

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Celebrate the 4th in Style — With Wine on Long Island

A week from today, we celebrate America’s independence. And what better way to do so than by raising a glass of wine? Several wineries on New York’s Long Island will be hosting special events over the long weekend, including on

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Taste the Best That Michigan Has to Offer

Winning wines from the 2014 Michigan Wine Competition will be showcased at a Gold Medal Reception on Aug. 14 from 5 to 8 p.m. The event will take place in East Lansing, Mich., and many of the winemakers who crafted

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An Opportunity to Taste Wine Before It’s Bottled

Can you learn anything about a wine before it’s bottled, while it’s aging in oak barrels? Yes and no. When a wine is young, its aroma and flavor spectrum tends to present itself in “parts.” You’ll typically smell a lot

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