Monthly Archives: March 2015

Keeping a Vineyard Pest in Check

Honig Vineyard & Winery in the Napa Valley town of Rutherford is known far and wide for its “green” practices — including the use of sniffer dogs. Imagine a nose that is thousands of times more powerful than a human’s

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Posted in Wine and the Environment

A ‘Capitol’ Idea for Wine Tasting

A question that came in last week reminded us of a very unusual wine tasting facility in California’s capital city… QUESTION: We’re going to be spending some time in Sacramento, visiting the state capitol, the California State Railroad Museum and

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Posted in Wine FAQ

Both Las Vegas and San Francisco Want You!

Two of America’s greatest cities are Las Vegas and San Francisco, and on the last weekend of April, they have conspired to present a vinous conundrum for wine lovers. On that weekend, each city will host a very tempting wine

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A Dish That Pairs With White Wine and Red Wine

“Red Wine With Fish” was a best-selling book that helped erase the myth that one should serve only a white wine when the main course was a fish dish. The pairing spotlighted in the book was salmon and Pinot Noir.

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Posted in Wine Buzz
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