Monthly Archives: January 2015

Jazz on the Vine… and a Whole Lot of Wine

Disclaimer: No, I do not get free tickets for the events I mention on this blog. I simply enjoy sharing news about events I’ve attended… or would one day like to attend… that offer special experiences and the potential for

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Posted in Editor's Journal

New Zealand: The Home of Expressive Sauvignon Blanc

Marlborough is New Zealand’s flagship wine region that, in combination with its expressive renditions of Sauvignon Blanc, has elevated the country to the international wine stage. But as we’ve learned in recent years, Marlborough offers depth in both grape varieties

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Posted in Wine Region Profiles

Sustainability Gains a Foothold in New Zealand

“Given that wine has long been marketed as a natural product, it is of little surprise that this industry has been one of the first agricultural sectors to embrace the concept of sustainability, particularly to evoke in consumers a feeling

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Posted in Wine and the Environment

This May, Join Vinesse & Sojourn for a Private Cycling Tour of Sonoma

If you’re a frequent reader or an active Vinesse member, you probably already know that Vinesse is about to kick off our first ever Private Cycling Tour of Sonoma Wine Country in a partnership with Sojourn Bicycling & Active Vacations.

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Posted in Wine Buzz
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