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Mark & Allen will discuss the new social network site called The Wineries of the World.com.
We have also created www.TheWineriesOfTheWorld.com which is a new social networking site that will be devoted to everything about wine. Our hope is to create a site where wine drinkers of all levels will be comfortable and have a chance to interact with wine industry people. There will be groups devoted to specific wine varietals, blends, wine reviews, and wine education (for different levels of experience). There will also be pages with links to wine videos and wine podcasts. We will bring in an element of pairing of food and wine and eventually have sections for gourmet foods.
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Pour yourself a glass of wine and relax as we share why wineries and feng shui complement each other so well. This Sunday, Master Educator of Interior Alignment Cindy Garreton will share her passion for feng shui and how it can be applied to wineries with host Bill Schwingel, MTIA.
You'll be able to call in and ask questions of Cindy, who lives in the Portland, Ore., wine country, about how she sees feng shui as a perfect match for these beautiful sites. The show starts at 6 p.m. EST -- you won't want to miss it!
Cindy Garreton is a Master Educator for Interior Alignment School of Feng Shui. She is also certified in Black Hat Feng Shui.
Her studies include a BA at Iowa State College of Design and she has worked in Interior Design for over 25 years, integrating feng shui principles into her design work 15 years ago.
She is CEO of Pacific Northwest Design Group in Portland, Oregon and is serving as Director of the Oregon Chapter of International Feng Shui Guild. She is passionate about her work and teaching people to empower themselves through their environmnents!
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – mother-daughter travel team and publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com, for Big Blend Radio’s VACATION STATION travel show airing live from Coronado Vineyards, in historic Willcox, Arizona, as part of Big Blend’s SPIRIT OF AMERICA TOUR of all 401 National Park Units!This episode we feature a panel of guests discussing the history of Willcox including Fort Bowie National Historic Site, Chiricahua National Monument, the historic downtown district that’s on the National Register of Historic Landmarks and is known for wild west shoot-outs including the shooting and death of Warren Earp (Wyatt Earp’s brother), cattle rustling, train robberies, and ranching and mining in the surrounding areas. We’ll also discuss Willcox today, a town that still holds its historic charm but is now known for its wineries and wine tasting, farms and orchards, the Rex Allen Museum and Rex Allen Theater, art and entertainment, events, birding and nature activities, and more.Featured guests include historians, authors, community and business leaders, local media, winemakers, farmers, area travel experts, and national park rangers!
On this espisode I'll be talking to Sam Pillsbury of Pillsbury Vineyard & Winery in Willcox, Arizona. Please visit their website at http://www.pillsburywine.com/ and make it a priority to stop by and visit their tasting room at 6450 S Bennett Pl, in Willcox.
You can find out more about this beautiful area of Arizona as well as search out that perfect property to plant your own vineyard by visiting http://www.chiricahuarealestate.com.
Hi! This is a show all about our backyard, and why it's the greatest place on earth. We're Chiricahua Real Estate and as the name implies, we are at the base of the fabulous Chiricahua Mountains, in Cochise County Arizona. In this episode, I'll be talking to Mark from Aridus Wine Co about how he found himself in this area, what he likes about it, why Aridus is located here and anything else we find to talk about.
I'm Kellie Fitzgerald, the Designated Broker of Chiricahua Real Estate. You can find out more about us by visiting our website at http://www.chiricahuarealestate.com or our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chiricahua-Real-Estate/1413439988974680?fref=ts. Please also check out the website for Aridus at http://www.ariduswineco.com.
Thanks so much for listening!
According to Wine Enthusiast magazine, in 2014 New York State ranked as the third most important wine-growing region in the US, after California and Washington state.
In this Interview, Rachel Bovard, a fellow upstate New Yorker and part-time employee at DCANTER, will share her impressions of the wines of the Finger Lakes. She is a Level 1 Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers and a Diploma Candidate in the Wine and Spirits Educators Trust (the pre-requisite for Master of Wine). During the discussion Rachel will make the case for cool climate grapes, stating that lighter tasting wines should merit no less consideration than warm climate wines in California and France.
Some of the wines and wineries she will touch on include a Cabernet Franc from Ravines Wine Cellars on Seneca Lake, a Cabernet Sauvignon from Casa Larga south of Lake Ontario, and a dry Gewurtztraminer from Herman J Wiemer. Others include a Cabernet Franc made from Finger Lakes grapes at the Oenology Winery in Brooklyn.
We will also note some of the tourist attractions in the area and the Finger Lakes Wine Festival July 10-12 where you can taste these wines for yourself! A good reference for the show is Evan Dawson's book on the region, "Summer in a Glass".
Questions discussed on Twitter at #toastdmvbrew.
Our show host Gary Vaughan is an avid winery tourist and blogger of the Delmarva Winery and Brewery Journal.
Mark Norman will interview guest host Marc Hinton, Editor at Large at Enobytes in the Portland Oregon area, about Oregon, it's wineries and the wines.
Many people know of the wonderful Pinot Noir wines coming from the Willamette Valley but there are many other wine regions (14) and many other grape varieties that are produced.
The questions will focus on the growth of the wine industry in Oregon and how the different areas are doing!
Our guest will be Agnes Goldberger, Naomi Hochberg, Ari Hochberg and Mayer Jacobovits, partners at Israeli Wine Direct
This broadcast was pre-recorded on Monday the 23rd. at the ditributor's offices. Listen in for a funfilled show, where we discuss Israeli wineries and their wines.
Ami Nahari - CEO of The River - Fine Kosher Wines - and his wife Larissa Nahari, the company's Marketing Director, will be our guests this evening. They are distributors of some the best kosher wines, they will discuss food and wine pairings and the various wineries they represent.
On the Wine Muse, hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard explore the smells and tastes in wine.
Guests for the Show
Hillary Sjolund, Sonoris Wines LLC: "Sensory Perception of Wine"
Hillary Sjolund is the owner and winemaker for Sonoris Wines. A native of California, Hillary graduated with a degree in Fermentation Science from UC Davis and got her start in the wine industry as a harvest intern at Pine Ridge Winery in Napa. Hillary moved to Washington State in 2006 and became winemaker for DiStefano Winery in Woodinville. In January, Hillary left DiStefano to focus full-time on her own Sonoris Wines.
As an instructor, Hillary also teaches enology classes via VESTA the Viticulture Enology Science and Technology Alliance. These are degree and certification programs offered online. VESTA is a National Science Foundation funded partnership between the Missouri State University system and colleges, universities, vineyards and wineries across the United States.
Michael Dawson, brand manager from Wyeast, Odell, Oregon
Since 1986, Wyeast Laboratories, Inc. has been producing Pure Liquid Yeast cultures and fermentations products crafted with skill and integrity. Their continuing devotion to providing superior products, insightful technical expertise and helpful customer service has earned Wyeast Laboratories the reputation as a worldwide industry leader. Wyeast Laboratories, Inc. Pure Liquid Yeast cultures are shipped directly to breweries, wineries, and cideries, with purity, viability, and freshness guaranteed. Follow them on Twitter at @WyeastLab
Bonnie Harvey & Michael Houlihan-Barefoot Wineries
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The Tony Wilkins Show https://new.livestream.com/accounts/9514969/events/3254290/edit Coming Nov. 5th
It's October and as we approach halloween when zombies, ghosts and goblins pay us a visit, we pay our own visit to wineries that are "haunted" this season.
Tonight, All About Wine discusses books written about haunted wineries.
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