The Montpelier Wine Festival will bring music, family activities and, of course, plenty of local wines to James Madison’s Montpelier from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
India Winery Listen for live music by Brianna from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Burnt Orange from 2:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Aberdeen Green from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday and Project Natale from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Vineyards India Local wineries on hand will include Barboursville Vineyards, Cooper Vineyards, DelFosse Vineyard and Winery, Democracy Vineyards, Glass House Winery, Horton Vineyards, Jefferson Vineyards, Prince Michel Vineyards, Reynard Florence Vineyards and Trump Winery.
This year, the annual wine tasting has relocated to a intimate location inside the Antique Auto Museum. Vintages & Vineyards The Hershey Wine Festival will take place May 9 with two tasting time slots, wine celebrities and a wine tasting seminar.
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India Winery Former NBA player John Salley will be at the Vintages & Vineyards Wine Festival May 9 in Hershey. He is a partner with Vegan Vines Wines.
Many wine drinkers are unaware that a fining process during production sometimes uses animal products to help filter and stabilize the alcohol.
Wine To India Winemakers and merchants overseas are increasing transparency on labels in an effort to help vegetarians and those with severe allergies find wines made without animal byproducts.
Wine Society Of India What? Didn't you know most vintners use albumen (egg whites), casein (milk proteins) and isinglass (fish bladders) to filter their wines? It's a process known as fining, in which an agent is passed through the wine to help separate free particles from the liquid. For those who are meat- or dairy-free, this can pose an ethical dilemma.
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Among the world’s wine-savvy folks, there’s no doubt that Oregon can produce some of the planet’s best wines, especially pinot noir, notoriously tricky to grow, ripen and vinify into the wine that ranks among the most desirable to wine-lovers. Our state’s pinot noirs have emerged as distinctive for their depth and complexity but particularly for a certain freshness of flavor that seems to derive from our peculiar land and climate (plus the talents of so many winemakers). As a result, the north end of the Willamette Valley gets a lot of well-earned attention. It looms large on folks’ mental wine maps.
Wines In India There’s residual weirdness here. For one, our success has been so complete that we seem to have misplaced pieces of our history, some of which, in its loss, detracts from credit due to pioneers, people who dared and tried and succeeded.
Red Wine India For instance, in the 1960s, Richard Sommer of HillCrest Vineyards in Roseburg and David Lett of Eyrie in Dundee ignored advice from wine pros that insisted that Oregon would be too wet, too cold, to ripen Vitis vinifera grapes, the grapes of the great wines of Europe. Sommer was obsessed with riesling, the hugely complex, versatile white wines of mainly Germany and Alsace (note: yes, he made other wines, including pinot noir); he established his vineyard in the shadow of the Callahan Ridge and eventually garnered prizes and praises and, before his passing in 2009, had been honored as a Knight of the Vine. Lett pursued pinot noir — to stunning success — planting in the hills above Dundee in 1965 and earning international recognition and eventually the sobriquet of Papa Pinot. David Lett died in 2008; his son, Jason Lett, took the winemaking reins in 2005, and there has been not the slightest loss of quality in Eyrie wines. An added weirdness, worth recalling, is that Sommer and Lett had to dare in the face of so much denial when Oregon had already proved it could be hospitable to wine. The first pioneers of the 1800s had brought (or bought, from wagon-drawn nurserymen) their vines, planted and vinified their grapes quite successfully for decades. The great Peter Britt had even established a commercial winery called Valley View in Jacksonville in the 1850s. Prohibition came to Oregon in 1916, four years before the rest of the nation; one provision of the Oregon law demanded that all reference to wine be erased from the histories of our region, a form of ignorance by mandate.
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