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, Chesterfield County Government Center, 9901 Lori Road; 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; 16+ wineries; $20 advance, $30 at gate; nontasters $10, $15; ID must be presented. Info: (804) 748-6364 or www.chesterfieldchamber.com .
Wines From India Saturday: Northern Neck Wine Fest at Rice’s Hotel/Hughlett’s Tavern (U.S. 360 behind the old courthouse), Heathsville; wine tasting 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; eight wineries; $12 at gate only. Info: (804) 580-3377.
India Wine Wine and Run for the Roses wine auction at the Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William and Mary; 2 p.m. wine tasting and silent auction; 3:45 p.m. live auction of rare and fine wines; $100. Info: (757) 221-2717 or www.wm.edu/muscarelle/wineauction .
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Close to home, there's momentum within the Texas Hill Country Wineries , formerly known as the Texas Hill Country Wine Trail , which recently welcomed three new wineries and a tasting room to its organization to bring the total number of members to 36.
Wine Business In India The new members include Lewis Wines in Johnson City; Wedding Oak Winery in San Saba; Fiesta Winery Fredericksburg, which also has a tasting room at the winery in Lometa; and Hye Meadow Winery in Hye, which is scheduled to open by early May.
Wines From India “We've really grown past just being a trail organization. We're really a wine consumer-driven organization,” says John Rivenburgh , who is president of the group and co-founder of Bending Branch Winery in Comfort.
So what exactly are you getting — or not getting — when you buy organic wine and spirits? What you’re not getting is a mouthful of added sulfites, pesticides, and fungicides.
Free Wine Testing (You might still get some sulfites, though — but it’s a minuscule amount compared to most wines; six to 40 parts per million in organic wines, and 350 million parts per million in non-organic wines.) If you’re really concerned about what’s in your drink, be sure to look for the "100 percent" organic label; wines that are labeled simply "organic" have at least 95 percent organic ingredients.
Wine Business In India Beyond striving to produce organic products, vineyards and distilleries are pursuing carbon footprint-friendly, biodynamic, and renewable energy means to create sustainable spirits. We’ve found wineries using solar panels for energy, eco-friendly materials for bottling, and even natural filtration techniques using minerals for their products. (And even one eco-friendly wine tree.) There’s no better way to be drinking green this Earth Day.
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--> David Fulton wines offer a taste of old Napa The family has owned the David Fulton vineyard and winery (which makes only petite sirah) since the first grapes were planted in 1860.
Wine Testing Tour India In past visits I have toured many of Napa's founding wineries, some cult wineries and quite a few "you can't get here from there" wineries. This time I would make just a single stop, preferably somewhere off the radar. Fortuitously, an email had recently arrived from the David Fulton Winery, a tiny producer in St. Helena. The phrase "old vine petite sirah" caught my attention, and I scheduled a visit.
Free Wine Testing Good call! The family has owned the David Fulton vineyard and winery since the first grapes were planted in 1860. That's when David Fulton himself (a man of many skills, and the inventor of the Fulton plow) planted a few acres of mission grapes on land he'd purchased while operating a saddlery in St. Helena. A fascinating account of the original vineyard and winery's founding is on the website www.davidfultonwinery.com .
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