Blog Posts - Vineyards



My Sonoma's Top 5, #MyHometownGuide

    First, thanks to the people at Fiji Water who've sponsored this post. You can participate in the #myhometown competition by submitting your own photos on Instagram or Twitter with hashtag #myhometownguide.   I'm so glad t...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Feb 28, 2014

CD Review: Amy Speace - How To Sleep In A Stormy Boat

I'm about a year behind this album, but I just got word that Amy Speace is releasing a new deluxe edition of How To Sleep In A Stormy Boat which includes the companion CD, Same Old Storm - for $25. This is a serious compilation - particularly in the...
by MyJoog Blog on Feb 25, 2014

Napa Valley, California - A Day of Wine Tasting

Our first stop early in the morning was to Chateau Montelena in St. Helen. We didn't necessarily want to drink in the morning, but had heard that their stone castle built into a hill overlooking a lake and Chinese garden would be lovely. With the sun...
by Destinations Perfected on Feb 8, 2014

Travel and Wine: The Perfect Pairing

    A holiday is the perfect time to relax and unwind, and one of the best ways to accomplish that is with a glass of wine and a great meal, preferably with a beautiful view. Many travellers are discovering that they can achieve all of thos...
by Larger Family Life on Jan 24, 2014

SENSORY FEAST x BERINGER WINES

Meeting a Winemaster Emeritus doesn’t happen on a daily basis. More so, to sit beside him and to know a thing or two, over a sumptuous meal, where everything was almost paired with elegant, balanced and rich wines. Last Friday, 22 November 2013...
by Beyond Toxicity @ docgelo.com on Nov 22, 2013

Napa Valley Wine Country

Napa Valley, in the Bay Area in California, is the main wine growing region of the United States of America and one of the major wine regions of the world. It is also known for its gourmet restaurants, cafes, and spa-treatment centers. Continue readi...
by eTravelTrips on Oct 8, 2013

Apple Hill: Wine tasting for nana’s 88th

Nana's 88th and we're celebrating with some Apple Hill wine tasting!Continue reading «Apple Hill: Wine tasting for nana's 88th» Continue reading →The post Apple Hill: Wine tasting for nana’s 88th appeared first on The Traveling...
by The Traveling Scholar on Sep 19, 2013

Sicilian Countryside & Vineyards

The post Sicilian Countryside & Vineyards appeared first on Living In Sicily - Vardag På Sicilien.
by Vardag På Sicilien on Sep 14, 2013

Okanagan Vines

The Okanagan Valley in B.C. is a spectacular backdrop to some of the most popular wineries around. It’s always one of my “must do’s” to visit a vineyard or two and discover some new wines. For this trip I took in a long-time f...
by Cashmere & Camo on Aug 20, 2013

Missing in Action

Followers and subscribers may have noted that after a  couple years of (reasonably consistent) weekly blog posting, I have been missing in action for the past couple weeks. 2013 has been an eventful year, with more travel than I have done in many ye...

July’s Morsels of Love

For July, I opted to trim the excess by narrowing my morsels of love to the Top Ten. While I certainly experienced more treasures throughout the month, ten seemed to be a reasonable amount to share. I hope you will enjoy these favorites and find a fe...
by The Word Magicians Kitchen on Jul 31, 2013

Toast “The Bachelorette” with Brancott Estate Wines Home Party

Do you enjoy watching The Bachelorette?  I do and was super excited to have my girlfriends join me for a Girl’s Night In, where we would watch a DVR’d episode of The...
by The Mommy-Files on Jul 25, 2013

Toast “The Bachelorette” with Brancott Estate Wines Home Party

Do you enjoy watching The Bachelorette?  I do and was super excited to have my girlfriends come over for a Girl’s Night In, where we would watch a DVR’d episode of The...
by The Mommy-Files on Jul 25, 2013

Discover WineMaps.com

This is a sponsored post. WineMaps.com is an interactive travel map that allows consumers to discover, learn and interact with wineries, vineyards, wine bars and events around the world. Sign up for their newsletter and get automatically added to th...
by The Steady Hand on Jul 24, 2013

Italy – Southern Umbria

If you are planning a tour of Europe, why not consider visiting the southern part of the landlocked region of Umbria in central Italy? Depending on your interests, this beautiful area might be an ideal vacation spot. You can get classic Italian food,...
by eTravelTrips on Jul 11, 2013

TopShop Sundress in the Vineyard

Virginia has its own wine country and occasionally Chris and I venture out to one of the many vineyards. A couple weeks ago we went to Richmond Uncorked and of all the wines we tasted we enjoyed Cooper Vineyards wines the most. They had the best tast...
by Fashion RECON on Jul 1, 2013

First Blogiversary Giveaway: Tickets to the Alexandria Food and Wine festival

This month Dining in DC‘ will celebrate its 6 year Blogiversary!  To prove how much we appreciate our loyal readers, we are offering an entire week of Giveaways! First up: Two Books of 25 Taste Tickets to enjoy while at the 2nd Annual Alexand...
by Dining in DC on Jun 12, 2013

Vineyards Near Heilbronn, Germany.

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by Simple.Interesting on Jun 12, 2013

Happy National Moscato Day! {Gallo Family Vineyards}

There is a National Grilled Cheese Day. National PB&J Day. So, of course, a National Moscato Day! What better reason than to try a few of the Moscato varieties that come from the Gallo Family Vineyards? When I was in my early 20s and entertaining...
by Sweetnicks on May 9, 2013

California Vineyards Robert Mondavi

California has a long and storied vineyard history. Despite the emergence of successful, smaller vineyards on the East Coast of the United States as far north as the finger lakes area of New York, California wine country, primarily Napa Valley and So...
by eTravelTrips on Apr 27, 2013


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