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5 Must Know Facts About Napa Valley’s History

How did the world first discover and fall in love with the wines of Napa Valley? One could not dispute that the highest impact event was the 1976 Judgment of Paris where California wines bested their French counterparts in both the Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay...
50 Wine Facts from 50 United States

50 Wine Facts from 50 United States

by Jonathan Cristaldi  The United States of America are united on one front: all 50 states in the Union are, in some way shape or form, growing grapes and producing wine. For a country as a whole, we may not agree fully on anything, but this, rest assured, is fact and...
Wine Education: When To Get Certified

Wine Education: When To Get Certified

Vector image credit: iStock.com/svinka. If you’re thinking about getting into the wine industry, a fundamental first step is to get educated about wine, because the path to your ideal job in the industry may not reveal itself until you’ve realized the...
Stephen Sherrill’s Wine Country Excursions: Dry Creek Valley AVA

Stephen Sherrill’s Wine Country Excursions: Dry Creek Valley AVA

From the editor: American Wine Studies certificate holder, and native Tennessean, Stephen Sherrill is a lover of all things vino. He particularly loves to explore different wine regions within the United States and we’re sending him to wineries in Napa, Sonoma and...
5 Wines to Drink This Independence Day

5 Wines to Drink This Independence Day

With 18 candidates (as of today) having announced their plans to run for the highest office this free and independent nation has to offer, variety is the name of the game this July 4th holiday weekend (however, no, we did not recommend a Trump wine, sorry). So, for...

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