Because wine is constant proof that God loves us and loves to see us happy
Location: Local cellars everywhere.
Latest Activity: Feb 17
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Started by Craig Martin. Last reply by Craig Martin Feb 5, 2009.
Taking a day's detour from the lake in today's report at The World on Wheels. Climbing over the pass from Lake Tahoe via the same route that Kit Carson and John Fremont took to visit their historic watering hole and California's best wine country.http://tinyurl.com/y8kv8sd
We're kicking off our week long visit to Brew City at The World on Wheels with...what else?...a Cocktail Hour. This week's brand-new episode is a pub crawl through one of America's top drinking cities. Join us for The Milwaukee Pub Crawl: http://tinyurl.com/88rdqby
It's going to be a warm one today. Chill a bottle of Chardonnay and join us at The World on Wheels for this week's Cocktail Hour: http://tinyurl.com/2d54225
If you like ocean-view wine tasting of some of the best Pinot Noirs in the world, you should consider attending the World of Pinot Noir next year - come read what this year's event was like!
This week's Cocktail Hour at The World on Wheels...Letty joins me as we taste two wines made by neighbors in California's Motherlode. It's the Sierra Foothills Wine Sip Off: http://tinyurl.com/32w4qes
Although gold production in California's Motherlode is way down from Gold Rush days, we find a new source of fortune in the Sierra Foothills...wine. Come along with The World on Wheels as we explore our favorite wine country, Amador County, with a report, pictures, and video: http://tinyurl.com/3jqfqx4
I bookmarked your site, Craig. Looks like a good one to explore.
Did you know that there are 347 different grape varietal names that have been approved for use in designating American wines? Wow! Come to our website to read more about the list and what it takes to get on it.
What percentage of the lead winemakers in California do you think are women? 50%? 20%? A study released in 2011 concludes that only about 10% of California wineries have a woman as the lead or primary winemaker. Come to our website to read more about the study, and where to find a comprehensive directory of California women winemakers.
You've probably heard that Coombsville is now an approved AVA in Napa Valley, but if you want to know which wineries are there, what they sell, and how to contact them for sales or possible visits, then come on over here.
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