Tag: vineyards

Introducing: Blockchain-Based Fine Wine Community

wines- February 12, 2024

Digital fine-wine community Curated has announced a new spatial experience for Collectors to immerse themselves in the provenance of the wine. The name is Crurated is ... Read More

Carry on a second, ho

wines- December 16, 2023

Well, do n't look any further, as there is no overlooking, because renowned eateries and experiences in San Francisco and elsewhere are available to help ... Read More

National Wine Legend Named for Wente Vineyards Chair in 2023

wines- December 13, 2023

The 2023 National Wine Legend was Carolyn Wente, the third generation winegrower and chairman of the board of directors. Carolyn may be recognized at the ... Read More

The Taste of Chilean Wines Is Influenced by the Humboldt Current

wines- December 13, 2023

Now is the ideal time to correct this oversight if you have n't looked into the Chilean wine industry in your neighborhood or online. Chile ... Read More

Owing to Andean Altitude, Liquor with Attitude

wines- December 13, 2023

Surprisingly, compared to variables like terroir, wind, and snowfall, they are often given less fame on winegrowers ' goal lists. However, as a result of ... Read More

In 2024, Armenia will number the UNWTO Global Conference on Wine Tourism.

wines- December 13, 2023

The announcement was made at the meeting held this year in La Rioja, Spain, where comfortable kindness and a dedication to the nature of the ... Read More

AOC Gigondas = Joy

wines- December 13, 2023

Although the Latin word" Gigondas" does not directly translate to "pleasure," this imaginative expression suggests that drinking Gigondas AOC ( Appellation d'Origine Controlee ) wine ... Read More

Israeli Wines Industry. Part 2

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 30, 2023

Despite numerous challenges, ranging from terroir to politics, the Israelis have managed to surmount these obstacles and achieve remarkable success. In a two-part series, I ... Read More

Israeli Wine Industry

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 30, 2023

Despite numerous challenges, ranging from terroir to politics, the Israelis have managed to surmount these obstacles and achieve remarkable success. In a two-part series, I ... Read More

The Most Liveable City in the World

Dmytro Makarov- August 30, 2023

In a research released today, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) selected Vienna as the world's most livable city for a second time. The declaration comes ... Read More

What is the Slow Wine?

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 30, 2023

Born in Bra, his skillset was proper when he and his colleagues formed the Friends of Barolo Association. The group produced a catalog of wines, ... Read More

3000+ Years of Winemaking: The Blessed Fruit!

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 30, 2023

The fruit of the vine is one of the seven blessed fruit varieties found in the land of Israel, according to the book of Deuteronomy. ... Read More

Sakartvelo: Best Wine Destination

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 30, 2023

They all traveled to the Republic of Georgia and were so taken aback by its specific wines (among other distinctive features) that they wrote about ... Read More

What wine to drink?

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 30, 2023

If so, you must have been attending Vinexpo/Drinks America (Javits, NYC) for a few days. Immediately add missing this event to your 2024 to-do list ... Read More

All about Port Wine

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 29, 2023

The soil, fruit, and blending expertise of the Oporto vintners result in wines with a distinctive character and flavor. Portuguese legislation has great control over ... Read More

All about Kosher wines

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 29, 2023

A growing number of people worldwide are "going kosher," and by 2025, it's expected that the market for kosher food will likely surpass $25.6 billion. ... Read More

Triumph of Italian wines

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 28, 2023

Why do you write about Italian wines? is a question I get asked a lot. The solutions are straightforward: 1.            Italy produces wines that are ... Read More

Sud De France: History of Winemaking

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 28, 2023

My list of recommended wine brands did not include the Sud De France wine brand; in fact, it was not even on the list. Sud ... Read More

Cities with the most bars and pubs

Dmytro Makarov- August 28, 2023

For many of us, having a place to go out for a drink and catch up with friends at the end—or even in the middle—of ... Read More

Israel Captured in a Delicious Bottle of Wine: Pair with a Side of Politics

Dr. Elinor Garely- October 19, 2019

Israel is a small country (in the Eastern Mediterranean), with an ancient wine culture (Chalcolithic Era, 4000 BCE) that successfully meets the 21st century wine ... Read More

Volcanic Wines: The Delicious Results of a Volcano

Dr. Elinor Garely- October 5, 2019

Volcanos: Bad News When a volcano eruption is the featured story on television news and headlines online weather apps – it is usually bad news. ... Read More

Wines from Cotes du Rhone: When Bigger is Better

Dr. Elinor Garely- August 31, 2019

Cotes du Rhone is the second largest appellation in France, exceeded only by Bordeaux. This massive wine producing region has over 44,000 hectares and 140,000 ... Read More

Biodynamic Bordeaux

Dr. Elinor Garely- June 1, 2019

Elementary The Bordeaux wine region in southwestern France produces some of the most desired wines and vintages in the world.  Once considered a center for ... Read More

Drink like a New Yorker

Dr. Elinor Garely- April 20, 2019

If you live in New York, work in New York or are doing business in New York – there is only one appropriate drink to ... Read More