Bay Oaks Country Club to host Wine Pairing for “Communities in Schools” Fundraiser

Bay Oaks Country Club will host a golf tournament, silent auction, dinner, “Mystery Wine Grab” and wine pairing event Monday, April 13th, in Clear Lake to benefit Bay Area Communities in Schools. Now in its fourth year, the annual event has tapped local wine writers and consultants Joe Power and Amy Corron Power, of our own Another Wine Blog, to act as event sommeliers for the “Raise Your Class” Wine Pairing Event this year. What […]

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Brenner’s on the Bayou to Host 6th Annual Wine Festival in Houston

Stroll along Houston’s Buffalo Bayou sipping award-winning wines paired with delicious and creative cuisine this Saturday, April 11th, when Brenner’s on the Bayou hosts the 6th Annual Wine Festival just off Memorial Drive, minutes from Downtown near Memorial Park. Guests can celebrate Spring from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the lush urban oasis setting, with live music by Midstream, a Houston variety dance band that performs hits from the 40s to the present. Wine pairings […]

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Orange Country Great Wine Festival to Benefit Legal Aid Society

Enjoy wine, beer and spirits tastings from over 30 producers at the 2015 Celebrity Cruises Great Wine Festival on May 2, 2015 from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. at the Orange County Great Park, located in Irvine, California. The annual event, now in its fifth year treats patrons to more than 30 exceptional wineries, breweries and spirits, fine cuisine, a silent auction, and live musical entertainment. Created by the Legal Aid Society of Orange County (LASOC) […]

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Garagiste Festival: Southern Exposure Announces 2015 Winemaker Line-up, Plus New Events

Paso Robles, CA – February 17, 2015 – Garagiste Events today announced that tickets are now on sale for the third annual Santa Ynez Valley-based “Garagiste Festival: Southern Exposure,” which will feature over 60 of the area’s hard-to-find, micro-production commercial “garagiste**” winemakers. All festivities will take place at the beautiful, Mission-style Veterans’ Memorial Hall in the heart of Solvang, California from March 27th – 29th. Proceeds benefit the Cal Poly Wine and Viticulture program. Dubbed […]

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The “F” Word and Mother Nature’s Lady Parts: VINTAGE 2014

If you think you know what someone means when she says “the ‘F’ Word,” you probably have not spent much time with a winemaker. Talk of Lady parts and Mother Nature’s ass — it was not quite was I expected when Wil Fernandez sent me a sneak preview of VINTAGE 2014: the stories behind the vines. I have seen some of the initial filming, and the photography is stunning, but I was not prepared to […]

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Santa Barbara wineries to premier Vintage 2014 films with Dec 10th Twitter Tasting

Nearly a year in the making, Kickstarter project Vintage 2014 is set to premier three short films online Wednesday, December 10 with a live simultasting of wines from growers and wineries featured in the eagerly anticipated documentary. Wine bloggers, food writers and wine industry professionals from around the country are being invited to apply to receive a bottle of wine produced from vineyards featured in the films, and join in the conversation. The bottles will […]

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WineWonkette on Kitchen Party Tonight for #UnCorkChocolate

Want to learn a bit more about wine and chocolate in a fast and fun on-line atmosphere? Another Wine Blog’s own WineWonkette Amy Corron Power will join Elise Bauer from Simply Recipes, the fabulous Wine Harlots‘ Nanette Eaton and Scharffen Berger Chocolate Expert Cy Olney on BakeSpace.com‘s Google+ Hangouts KitchenParty, hosted by Rene Lynch (@renelynch) & Babette Pepaj (@BakeSpace) tonight at 7 p.m. Houston Central Time (5 p.m. Pacific and 8 p.m. Eastern!) KitchenParty is produced by […]

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Good Texas wines honor Terroir

Many Texas wineries exhibit the hubris Texas has become known for all over the world — with a swagger and a determination, they attempt to bend Mother Nature over and whip her into submission. If it works for oil, then why shouldn’t it work for wine? Those wineries making mediocre wines claim any ‘perceived’ flaws can be attributed to the terroir (a French word that refers to the set of special characteristics of geography, geology […]

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Celebrate Champagne Day Oct. 24th!

Friday, October 24th marks the Fifth Annual Champagne Day, a celebration of the sparkling wine from the only place from which “Champagne” is produced: Champagne, France. Sponsored by the Champagne Bureau, Champagne Day seeks to remind consumers that while they can drink lovely sparkling wines from anywhere in the world, only wine produced in Champagne, France is truly Champagne. The Champagne production zone (AOC vineyard area) is defined and delimited by the law of 22nd […]

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