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  • Newton Vineyard Wines
    Newton Vineyard: A hidden gem on Spring Mountain
    A vineyard is like a puzzle. Each block represents one of the pieces and those in turn form a pattern that becomes the plot plan of the vineyard. There is a mystique behind the vineyard and every vine until each vintage comes to full fruition In...
  • Still time to pick blueberries at Jones Family Farm
    Still time to pick blueberries at Jones Family Farm
    Blueberries may be small but their history and popularity are large! Blueberries are actually indigenous to North America and were a long time Native American favorite used medicinally as well as in stews, soups and even as a preservative.At Jones...
  • Corrales Winery is among New Mexico’s Wine Country
    Corrales Winery is among New Mexico’s Wine Country
    Corrales Winery is one of 28 wineries that make up New Mexico’s Wine Country and proudly only uses New Mexico grapes to make its brilliant, award-winning wines. New Mexico has a long history with wine beginning in 1598 when the Spaniards...
  • Minister tells congregation to watch out for the 'little foxes'
    Minister tells congregation to watch out for the 'little foxes'
    On Sunday, June 22, Rev. Margaret Minnicks, associate minister from New Canaan Worship Center in Richmond, Virginia preached at Greater Nazarene Baptist Church in Mechanicsville, Virginia for their scholarship day. Rev. Minnicks chose to preach...
  • Savor wine at hidden gem Altipiano Vineyard and Winery
    Savor wine at hidden gem Altipiano Vineyard and Winery
    Nestled in the hills above the scenic San Pasqual Valley is the family owned and operated Altipiano Vineyard and Winery. The husband and wife duo of Peter and Denise Clarke have got wine making down to an art. Not only do the Clarke’s...
  • The roof's the limit for these young wine entrepreneurs
    The roof's the limit for these young wine entrepreneurs
    The average college student ready to enter the real world is most concerned with getting a job. Any job. Something to use to help pay off loans and get a leg up on life.In the case of Devin Shoemaker, he's already reaching the heights. That&...
  • Review: The Farm Winery, Paso Robles, CA
    Review: The Farm Winery, Paso Robles, CA
    The dream started years ago when friends, Santiago & Mercedes Achaval from Argentina and Jim and Azmina Madsen from San Diego, met at a B&B in Paso Robles, CA in the 1980s. Santiago was smitten by the wine bug and decided, “Someday I...
  • 10 things to like about Berks County, PA
    10 things to like about Berks County, PA
    Berks County lies about forty five miles north of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The county seat of Berks County, is the city Reading (pronounced Redding). The city has seen more lows than highs but has recently seen an upturn with many new venues...
  • Rosenthal Chardonnay
    Rosenthal - The Malibu Estate Vineyard Tour & Tasting
    Visit Rosenthal – the Malibu Estate Vineyard for a private Vineyard Tour and Premier Tasting on Saturday March 1 from 12pm to 2pm. According to the Winery, guests will be guided through the Rosenthal Vineyards where they will learn about the...
  • French Film review: "You Will Be My Son"
    French Film review: "You Will Be My Son"
    A wonderful and compelling film brings to light how a father’s years of tradition and heritage can create blind ambition and self arrogance toward others even a beloved son. The film, “You will be my son,” tells a story of Paul...
  • Orfila Vineyards & Winery, gorgeous views and great wine
    Orfila Vineyards & Winery, gorgeous views and great wine
    Orfila Vineyards & Winery boasts gorgeous views of their 70-acre hillside vineyard that is located in the San Pasqual Valley. Orfila opened in 1994 and has continually won awards in both international and nations wine competitions. The venue...
  • Vineyard Fray
    Vineyard Fray recreates Old Testament story
    Vineyard City is an imaginary town in the Holy Lands during the Old Testament time period. The city was created by The Owner, who asks for one tenth of each citizen’s profit as a defrayment. The people and the temple have been misusing the...
  • Guarachi Family Wines Pinot Noir
    Guarachi Family Wines: A new year, a new vineyard for great wines
    On New Year’s Eve we say goodbye to the old and welcome the new. Appropriately, we chose to celebrate New Year's with Guarachi Family Wines 2011 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir because Guarachi Family Wines is starting anew with the purchase of...
  • Are wine vineyards being outsourced?
    Are wine vineyards being outsourced?
    When thinking of wine making—many wine connoisseurs think of vineyards in California and France. What about vineyards in China? Although China is one of the top wine producers and consumers—good wine makers are hard to find on the...
  • Sunstone Vineyards & Winery
    Sunstone Vineyards & Winery
    Sunstone winery is nestled in the heart of Santa Barbara County, in Santa Ynez Valley, about 30-minutes away from north of Santa Barbara. The unique ambiance and the great organic wines of this exclusive winery attract many wine enthusiasts...