Anyone who is a citizen of planet Earth should be concerned about the future of where our water comes from. Between prolonged droughts, pollution and overfishing to name a few reasons, Earth is stressed out.
Concerns of smoke taint are growing as B.C. wineries have begun testing their vino.
Many may be surprised to learn that the area’s market for Zin has softened. Last year, Lodi crushed 124,000 tons of the varietal. By contrast, Cabernet Sauvignon is booming.
American Airlines has a plan to make sure we have something to pique our interest whether we are on board or relaxing in the lounge pre flight.
The Champagne region of France has announced the start dates for the 2018 harvest, with several villages commencing harvest gradually.
The old way of wine tourism thinking goes something like this: like to blow through tons of cash on opulent experiences and outrageous tasting fees? Then head to Napa. Want bargain tasting prices and a down-home atmosphere? Then Sonoma is for you.