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Virginia Wine Country: Washington Post Travel Feature

Today's Washington Post Travel section is all about Virginia Wine Country! What a treat to see, and about time in my opinion. If you still have the chance, grab it as the photos are beautiful and there's lots of great info. If not, here's a list of the articles with links to enjoy online. In [...]

It’s Regional Wine Week – Drink Local!

And with wine produced in every state of the U.S., we can all participate! Regional Wine Week is the sixth annual celebration of the growth of the U.S. wine industry beyond the West Coast. As co-founder and Washington Post wine writer Dave McIntyre said this week in his article, "It is sponsored by Drink Local Wine, [...]

It’s Regional Wine Week: Drink Local!

This week marks the fifth annual Regional Wine Week. It's a week put together by Drink Local Wine encouraging wine writers to write about wines from the Other 47 States (wines that aren't from California, Washington or Oregon...the biggest wine producing states in the country) to encourage you readers to drink wines from the Other [...]

It’s Virginia Wine Month: A Look at Virginia’s Official Grape, Viognier

It’s Virginia Wine Month! With nineteen days left in October, there's still time to discover your local Virginia crush...which one of the 210 wineries AND which grape variety? One of my favorite grape varieties is Virginia's official grape, Viognier. A grape and wine variety originating in the French region of Condrieu in Northern Rhône, Viognier grows very [...]