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Sunday, April 5, 2009
Home-based winery opens by Hanover
4200 Views :: Wine Making, Winery
Cindy Sterner doesn't have a basement anymore. She has a winery.

From the ceiling-high racks of wine bottles and a bar on one side of the basement, to the small stove and five-gallon glass carboys full of translucent wines on the other, the little space has all the necessities of a small business.

And after two years of work and countless hours of preparation, the Hanover area's High Rock Winery finally had its opening day.

"We're opening with 34 varieties," Sterner said. "And I think we should have something for everybody."

Friday, March 13, 2009
Low Tech Winery Goes High Tech
3111 Views :: Winery
Natural Winemaker, A Donkey and Goat Winery, Uses Twitter to Give Insiders View of Grape Harvest

Follow A Donkey and Goat on Twitter to get a behind the scenes look at its fall harvest and get a chance to crush grapes with the winemakers.

Friday, March 13, 2009
Angove Family Winemakers' Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc
4025 Views :: Winery, Wines
After a three-year hiatus, the Angove Family Winemakers' Vineyard Select Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc is back in the U.S. marketplace in limited release--and it's been worth the wait. Grape shortages and extensive frost damage meant that the 2006 and 2007 vintages of this vibrant, refreshing Sauvignon Blanc never left the vine. Careful work in the vineyard brought in a small but first-rate crop in 2008, enough for a limited production of 1,000 6-bottle cases.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009
N.D. Wines All Set To Rule International Wine Market
4847 Views :: Winery, Health, Wines
The supplier and exporter of best quality table grapes and wines, the untamable wine magnate N.D. Wines, has stepped into the field of wine manufacturing & is all prepared to crush its competitors and to shine out as India’s leading wine manufacturer also. It is the only domestic wine company with the biggest vineyard in India representing our country at the International Food Exhibition India (IFE India).

Wednesday, November 5, 2008
The Maynard wine tasting is vin-tastic!
Visitors to Peak District hotel and restaurant The Maynard could have been forgiven for not realising there was a credit crunch; a wine tasting event hosted by John Hattersley at The Maynard recently was oversubscribed, with over 100 tickets sold and many more people wanting to attend.   Local vintner John Hattersley was pleased to welcome...

Friday, June 6, 2008
Brandywine Valley Wine Trail's "Big Bang" BBQ
Brandywine “Big Bang” BBQ July 4, 5 & 6  ~  12-5 p.m Come to southern Chester County, PA to celebrate the Fourth with a bang-up BBQ weekend at the six vineyards and wineries of the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail.  Each winery will be hosting wine tastings, vineyard and cellar tours, live music, ar...

Thursday, February 8, 2007
The Taste of the Grape | Wine Announces Two New Pages on Winemaking Plus a New Online Wine Store!
Scott Harker, publisher of Taste of the Grape | Wine at www.earths-best-, is happy to announce two new pages about winemaking. The first page entitled Making Wine at Home provides resources for the at-home vintner including wine recipe books - Did you know that one can make wine from fruits like raspberry, blackberry, strawberry, ...

Tuesday, January 2, 2007 father preferred the runnings of the noble grape rather than beer

Chicago, IL - January 3, 2007 -- As bookstores make ready for the release of "Beer & Food: An American History" (Jefferson Press, ISBN-10: 0977808610, ISBN-13: 978-0977808618, $24.95) by nationally recognized beer and brewing expert Bob Skilnik, the author thinks it's time to address one of the biggest historical fallacies concerning Ben Franklin. Beer-themed web sites, brewing organizations and even "beer writers" are fond of quoting the Founding Father and his love of beer. A web search of the supposed Franklin quote, "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy," yields almost 100,000 hits, all with vague attributions that Franklin did indeed utter the quote or penned it in his long-running pamphlets of sound advice and witticisms known as "Poor Richard's Almanack."