Yes, now Coombsville can stand next to those well-known wine locales. This pretty, 11,000-acre rural region just east of the city of Napa recently became the 16th AVA in Napa County. Named for Nathan Coombs, a prominent community leader and founder of Napa (1847), Coombsville has long been regarded as a superb spot for growing grapes but was somewhat out of the way from the mainstream wine-making centers.
Wines In India Generally hilly with vineyards at varying elevations, the area is protected from the wind by ridges, knolls and mountains, and the soil is a mix of ancient volcanic ash and rocky alluvial soils. The microclimates appear ideal for the production of elegant red wines.
Red Wine India "We're at the cooler end of the valley," said Ken Bernards, founder and winemaker of Ancien Wines. "Our wines tend to be less monolithic and more complex." Visitors won't find big hotels, restaurants, shops or wineries in Coombsville. Instead, they will discover pastoral winding roads, a few houses dotted here and there, and select vineyard-wineries hidden from view.
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THURMONT, Md. — Voytek Fizyta is not waiting until his grapes mature before beginning the process of turning the succulent treats into wine.
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I think this may be my summer of Rose. Usually around this time of year, I start drinking less red wine and more white wine. Over the past year or so, I’ve been introduced to several Rose wines that I’ve enjoyed, and I have a feeling I’ll be filling my shopping cart with many bottles of Rose between now and fall.
India Wine I’ve talked about my previous hesitation to embrace Rose wines before. It stems back to my early years of drinking super-sweet White Zinfandel wine and an irrational thought that any time a wine has a pink tinge to it, it’s going to taste like syrup to me. I’ve come a long way in changing that thinking, but still, I seem to be a little surprised each time a try a Rose and it’s not sweet.
Wine In India Wolffer Estate Vineyards uses an extensive sustainable viticulture program to minimize environmental impact and to ensure the protection of the workers’ health and safety. Here are a few of the methods they employ.
There's been a lot of talk about "green" wines recently, so in honor of Earth Day we decided to break down the journey from the vine to the bottle to determine how a wine gets the green stamp. These days there are many shades of green so we are looking at four buzzwords to define what it means to be green: sustainable, organic, biodynamic and natural.
Wines From India Sustainable Sustainable wine is made with three main goals: environmental stewardship, economic profitability and social and economic equity. Sustainable winemakers do this by pursuing healthy and productive vines for current and future generations, taking care of those that work the land and giving back to the community - all while furthering business goals. Once hard to define and certify, organizations like California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance, Oregon Certified Sustainable Wine and SIP (Sustainability in Practice) are making sure sustainable wineries have guidelines to follow.
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