Daily Archives: August 16, 2019

Daily Wine News: Wild Blueberry Wine

Bluet, a sparkling wine made from wild blueberries. (Source: Bluet) In the New York Times, Eric Asimov profiles Eric Martin and Michael Terrien, who are making sparkling wine from wild blueberries in Maine under the Bluet label—“a beverage that he hopes will be not only a delicious expression of his home state but also an aid to keeping farmers in …

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DSC_0673 | Marco Pacini | Flickr

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DSC_0638 | Marco Pacini | Flickr

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In an urban winery in Los Angeles

The winery: lots of space! I’m spending a couple of days in Los Angeles in an urban winery, where my buddy Christina Rasmussen is doing vintage with Abe Schoener of the Scholium Project. Abe recently acquired this amazing facility, which – all going well with permits – will become the base for the Scholium Project. There’s a lot of space …

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Sta. Rita Hills AVA and must try wines

Sandford and Benedict Vineyard The start of Sta. Rita Hills The Sta. Rita Hills AVA has garnered the respect and attention of geologists, viticulturists and winemakers the world over. The modern winemaking clock here began ticking in 1971, when business partners Richard Sanford and Michael Benedict planted the Sanford & Benedict Vineyard in what is now the southern section of the …

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Huge Crusader-era winery found under Israeli village

What is left of King Baldwin III’s castle in Mi’ilya, near to where the winery was found. The ancient winery was uncovered in the village of Mi’ilya in northern Israel, which was also the site of a castle built by King Baldwin III of Jerusalem in the 12th Century. A woman who saw archaeologists working on the castle asked for …

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Vinho Verde | Printed Word, HMM! | Jack Heald

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