ALLAIRE STATE PARK — Labor Day weekend was celebrated here in the colors of red, white and blush, as the Jazz It Up Wine and Food Festival pulled in thousands of patrons to enjoy the picture-perfect weather that graced the weekend.
India Wines The Garden State Wine Growers Association hosted its annual festival sponsored by the Asbury Park Press on Saturday and Sunday at Allaire Village here.
Wines In India The weekend brought wine drinkers, jazz fans and nature lovers together to sample the offerings of 23 wineries and vineyards and listen to music in the cool shade.
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The 2010 Sonoma Valley Crush celebration will take place Sept. 15 to 19, with lots of hands-on harvest activities at 17 wineries throughout the Sonoma Valley.
Wine In India The wineries will offer grape sampling in the vineyards, crush-pad tours, fermentation demonstrations, winemaker meals and a mozzarella-making class.
India Wines The five-day festival will culminate from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 18 and 19 with a Weekend Harvest Tasting. The weekend pass costs $45 and includes harvest activities, wine tastings and a souvenir wine glass.
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Heather de Savoye, left, and Amy Hall sample wine following a tour at the Rubicon Estate Winery in Rutherford, Calif.
India Wine NAPA, Calif. No doubt about it, the Napa Valley can be expensive. Hundred-dollar bottle of wine? They've got it. Thousand-a-night hotel suite? Right this way. But there are vine values to be found if you know where to look.
Wine In India Want to glide up a mountain by gondola? See avant-garde art in a garden setting? Sip sparkling wine on a verandah with a view? You can — and all for about what you'd pay for an appetizer at a temple of haute cuisine.
Lee Hi-Sang , a South Koreanbusinessman who owns Napa Valley’s Dana Estates, didn’t take hisfirst sip of wine until he was in his mid-30s. Since then, he’ssought to ensure other Koreans don’t wait that long.
Wines From India Lee, who built his fortune in the flour-mill industry, tookto wine immediately and made it his mission to boost thepopularity of Napa vintages in his home country. He begandistributing California wine more than a decade ago andpurchased Dana Estates in 2005.
India Wine Robert Parker . “Ithought I would introduce this good drink to Korea.” That’s no easy task: Most of the alcohol consumed in SouthKorea is still either beer or soju, a spirit typically distilledfrom rice. While Lee has increased his wine sales to $28 millionin 2008 from less than $500,000 in the 1990s, the economic slumphas shuttered wine bars and restaurants in Korea, and promptedconsumers to shy away from pricey brands, Lee said. The countryalso slaps a 65 percent tariff on imported wine.
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Wine Business In India Sept. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Lee Hi-Sang, a South Korean businessman who owns Napa Valley's Dana Estates, didn't take his first sip of wine until he was in his mid-30s. Since then, he's sought to ensure other Koreans don't wait that long.
Wines From India Lee, who built his fortune in the flour-mill industry, took to wine immediately and made it his mission to boost the popularity of Napa vintages in his home country. He began distributing California wine more than a decade ago and purchased Dana Estates in 2005.
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