Another Wine Blog Wins Washington Wine Tour!

We are there, dude! After much anticipation, the nice people from WineCHATr.com announced the winners for WBC-or-Bust, a three-day excursion from Seattle to Walla Walla, Washington for the 2010 Wine Bloggers’ Conference. The WBC-or-BUST Washington wine industry campaign and contest was created to draw national attention to Washington wine regions and wineries, while building interest and excitement for this year’s WBC event in Walla Walla. Bloggers were invited to sign up on WineCHATr.com and blog […]

Continue readingMore Tag

Wine grows in popularity with young Americans

It seems that wine sales are up yet again this year, and especially so among younger adults. This is especially striking given these numbers from this article: The number of U.S adults who call themselves wine drinkers has risen 53 percent since 2000, from 49 million to 75 million. Over the same period, the number of people who said they drink alcohol — but not wine — dropped 13 percent, Gillespie said. The article then […]

Continue readingMore Tag

More and more California winemakers go green

This is an interesting article about the move towards much more ecologically friendly methods of wine production. While I haven’t yet tried any truly organic wines that I have liked, many of the more eco-friendly ones are excellent, and should be supported. Last Fall I had the pleasure of touring the Benziger Family Winery and seeing firsthand their efforts at being more responsible stewards of their piece of the planet. Even though it delayed the […]

Continue readingMore Tag

Posts navigation

1 2 3 10 11 12 13 14
Scroll to top