Down to Earth Month events will be engaging and meaningful experiences that let wine lovers get down to earth - connecting to the land and the people who make the wines they enjoy in a manner that benefits the environment and the community.
Indian Sauvignon Blanc "These experiences make April a great time to learn about our California wines and the environmentally and community-friendly practices used to grow and produce them," said Robert P. (Bobby) Koch, president and CEO of Wine Institute. "More than two-thirds of California's winegrape growers and winemakers have adopted our sustainable program and participation is increasing, making ours one of the most widely adopted in the wine world." Wine Institute created "California Wines: Down to Earth" month to highlight California's leadership in environmentally and socially responsible winegrowing and winemaking practices - and the people and places behind them. The campaign - held the same month as Earth Day - is designed to inform and engage policy leaders, media, wine trade and consumers about the California wine community's major commitment to environmental and community stewardship.
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The Patriot-News - PennLive.com PAUL VIGNA, The Patriot-News Week 4 of Tour de Tanks wrapped up under sunny skies and temperatures around 60. One more weekend remains for the event.
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Indian Sauvignon Blanc Decided to stay closer to home today, so took the direct route down Route 74 into the heart of southcentral Pennsylvania where Allegro Winery is located. Today marked the fourth Sunday of Tour de Tanks, the major event for the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail. It will conclude next weekend.
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If your looking for best wines come and experience the 46th Annual VinItaly 2012 and Italy’s Best Wines. Wherein an event devoted to international wines and spirits, winemaking and wine business. From 25 to 28 March, the 46th installment the world’s largest exhibition dedicated to wines and spirits, VinItaly, will be held in Verona. The annual event is hosted by VeronaFiere, a leading international exhibition authority in Italy. Last year, VinItaly achieved an attendance record of 156,000. Of this number, 48,000 were international visitors who made their way to Verona from more than 110 countries. The top ten rankings saw Germany in first place, followed by the United States and Canada, the United Kingdom, Switze In 2012, organizers are again expecting high numbers of visitors, as well as over 4000 exhibitors in an exhibition space that measures nearly 95,000 square meters. VeronaFiere, with this change, seeks to respond to the expectations of exhibitors and also encourage attendance by professional operators, in particular international figures in the hotels, restaurants and catering channel, who will have more exhibition days for meetings with exhibiting companies.
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Indian Rosé Vinitaly ranks as one of the most eagerly anticipated wine and spirits sector trade events in Italy. The show brings together noted business experts in large numbers on a regular basis and the latest market happenings and updates are closely looked into here. Vinitaly will also retain is major focus on consumers, enthusiasts and wine lovers. The Vinitaly For You and Sol For You events will be expanded with the collaboration of companies, trade associations, the city and local area system and will open as soon as possible prior to the inauguration of the exhibition. Over 156033 visitors participate in the event, with attendees coming in from more than 110 different countries. Interactive business meetings and informative conference sessions are organized during the event, while participants also have the option of learning more about new and profitable business opportunities and strategies here. More than 4164 exhibiting companies take part at the show, displaying a wide range of wines and spirits, including Abruzzo Bianco, Barolo, Botticino and Canavese Nebbiolo. Topical workshops are scheduled during the show as well and the wine tasting sessions that are held here enhance the overall attractions of the show further. A total area of 95000 square meters is covered by this highly popular trade event.
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For years, the Pacific Northwest's premier wine tasting event has been a showcase for the staple wines of Washington state — syrah, merlot and cabernet sauvignon — and shined a light on up-and-coming wineries and new wines.
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On December 14 of last year, a dedicated team of 16 individuals converged at a secret location to partake in the next in a series of office wine tastings put on under the umbrella of The Santa Barbara Independent . There were wine and food professionals in attendance as well as newbie sippers just looking to learn a thing or two. C’est Cheese nibbles were on hand to cut the booze, specifically Seascape, Piave, and Humboldt Fog cheeses, some cured meats, and a variety of fruits, nuts, and olives.
Chenin Blanc India The task for the day, based on the bottles that had piled up in my office over the past few months, was “Random Whites & Red Blends,” and we took to it with vigor, running through 11 wines of varying price points and California wine regions, from $13 Sonoma County bottles to nearly $50 whoppers from Paso Robles.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) India office tastings, coming up sometime this spring. If you’re a winemaker interested in submitting a bottle or a wine drinker interested in lending your expertise, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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