Languedoc Day is May 30 – Celebrate South of France wines!

Join us this Friday, as we toast the wines from the region we love in the South of France — Languedoc! May 30, 2014 is officially Languedoc Day, and we will join wine lovers all over the world as they tweet about this important wine region using the hashtag #LanguedocDay. Beaucoup des cepages! (Many Grape Varieties!) With a typically Mediterranean climate and wide variety of soils, from pebbly terraces, sandstone and marl, limestone and schist, […]

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Celebrate Chardonnay Day on Thursday, May 22, 2014

Every year since 2010, wine lovers stateside and abroad take the Thursday before Memorial Day to celebrate Chardonnay. Bubbles or still, oaked or stainless steel fermented, crisp and young or creamy and mature, there is a Chardonnay style for everyone. The second most planted grape in France, Chardonnay is primarily found in Chablis, Champagne and Burgundy, which account for over 60% of all Chardonnay plantings in France. The next largest planting is in Languedoc, where […]

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Santa Barbara Wine Tasting, Film Screening at FilmBar Phoenix May 15

FilmBar Phoenix will host a Santa Barbara County wine tasting in the premier screening of the multimedia documentary “VINTAGE2014” on May 15th in Phoenix, Arizona. Currently in production, “Vintage2014: The story behind the vines” is a multimedia documentary that gives wine lovers a journey through a vintage in real time, from bud break to barreling. A crowd-sourced project with initial funds from Kickstarter, Vintage 2014 is the brainchild of Executive producer, photographer and entrepreneur Wil […]

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Cornerstone Cellars to be featured at Wine Dinner in Houston

One of our favorite Napa Valley wineries, Cornerstone Cellars, will star in a 5-course gastronoganza dinner at the hip and trendy Mr. Peeples restaurant in Houston’s Midtown. Update: Originally announced for May 15th, Mr. Peeples’ staff asked to reschedule the event to later in the Fall to allow them to better plan for the event.  Lucky for us, we have some Cornerstone Cellars wine at home while we wait! We first tasted Cornerstone Cellars Howell Mountain Cabernet […]

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Wine Enthusiast’s Houston Red & White Bash POSTPONED

We received an e-mail today from Wine Enthusiast’s Jacqueline Strum telling us that the scheduled Houston stop of the Red-and-White Bash tour is postponed: We were very excited to bring our Red and White Bash tour to Houston this year and have been diligently working for months to secure the regulatory requirements that would enable us to produce this event. Unfortunately, due to the difficultly in licensing this type of alcohol related event in Texas, […]

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Join us at Wine Enthusiast’s Red-and-White Bash April 3rd in Houston

Would you like to sample over 70 different wines next Thursday evening in Downtown Houston with live music and food by some great Houston restaurants? Join Another Wine Blog as we taste 90+ rated wines at the Wine Enthusiast Red-and-White Bash, April 3rd from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Jones Lawn at Discovery Green. This event promises to be a great way to kick off April in Houston! “Wine Enthusiast’s Red and White Bash is […]

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Tudal Family Winery 2010 Napa Valley Cuvee

Vibrant ruby-red with a nose of dusty lavender, cherry, fresh thyme and a whiff of mint, this lovely Napa Valley Cuvee from Tudal Family Winery blends balanced tannins with cherry, white and black pepper and dusty rose petal flavors. We paired it with a beef roast with reduction gravy and carrot, broccoli and mushroom medley. This blend of 50% Zinfandel 40% Petite Sirah and 10% Malbec is incredibly priced at under than $25! Only 500 cases produced, […]

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Win Tickets to California Wine Country Event!

Another Wine Blog is giving away two tickets to the East Bay Vintners Alliance Sixth Annual “Passport to Urban Wine Country” scheduled for March 15-16, 2014 in the East Bay area of California. The East Bay Vintners Alliance (EBVA), whose members include wineries in Oakland, Alameda, Castro Valley and Berkeley — as well as a few Napa Valley wines — will open their doors to the public for tastings, hors d’oeuvres and entertainment next weekend […]

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ACT NOW to be Part of a 2014 Wine Documentary!

Wil Fernandez needs $20,000.  Since he announced his Vintage 2014: The stories behind the vines documentary project, he has gotten pledges for over $8,000 of that through Kickstarter. But a crucial deadline approaches. Timing is critical, or as we say in the legal contracts world, “Time is of the essence.” For this project to get off the ground, Wil and his team need to raise another $12,000 in pledges in just 7 days.  Now I […]

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