“…whether it wishes us well or ill, we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, to assure the survival and success of [our wine industry].” ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy The 4th is nearly here, and the wine industry is buzzing with blog posts, emails, etc. about this [...] No related posts.
It is HOT out there! Or at least, it is getting there. With the hot hot heat comes a shift in my drinking habits - big bold reds take a back seat to dry rose and fruity, floral whites. But lets face it - the Dad types out there might be loath to be drinkin’ [...] Related posts:
It is HOT out there! Or at least, it is getting there. With the hot hot heat comes a shift in my drinking habits – big bold reds take a back seat to dry rose and fruity, floral whites. But lets face it – the Dad types out there might be loath to be drinkin’ [...] Related posts:
There is a phenomenon that exists in the wine blogging community, known as Wine Blogging Wednesday. The 2nd Wednesday of each month, there is a new topic for wine bloggers to explore, recording their discoveries and musings via their own blogs. The result? A very interesting collection of perspectives across the “blogosphere”! The topic for the [...] Related posts:
In general, I prefer red wine. I have come to understand, appreciate, and respect the occasional white wine, but given the choice, I rarely go for white. Summer is a tough time for us red wine lovers, however. Partially because a lot of red wines are heavier than whites, but mostly because they are served [...] Related posts:
Over the course of a company’s history, there are defining moments. AmericanWinery.com just had one. We are so excited to announce the winecliQ Public Beta release! We’ve been hard at work making winecliQ a really fun, easy to use tool for wine lovers to share their favorite wines with the world, all the while staying compliant with [...] Related posts:
Amber Lane & Annette Bergevin Annette Bergevin and Amber Lane are the dynamic duo that make up the core of Bergevin Lane Vineyards. Along with winemaker Steffan Jorgensen, the winery has earned distinction among Walla Walla area wineries with their highly acclaimed wine, charm and welcoming attitude. Annette and Amber collaborated in answering a few questions [...] Related posts:
When I first started working at AmericanWinery.com, I basically doused myself in American wine. Not literally. But you know, I dived in, I immersed myself, I did my best to learn about wines and wineries outside of my little Walla Walla bubble. And I discovered that America makes DARN good wine. Let me tell you about [...] Related posts:
Despite existing standards for varying degrees of “green” certification for wineries and vineyards, an earth-conscious consumer is faced with a good amount of logo-deciphering when shopping for sustainable wines. There are quite a few third party certifying agents, and some even vary by state. I’ve seen at least four different logos for “green certification,” and [...] Related posts:
I recently came across an ingenious wine rack at a friends house. It was made out of an old wine barrel! I love items that are really unique and was a little jealous to say the least. Wanting to find my own I did what any normal millennial will do. A quick google search (0.42 seconds to [...] No related posts.
While I do not recommend imbibing whilst working on your taxes, once you’ve completed the arduous task you deserve a deduction-busting beverage. I invented this little Tax Toast wine-tail as the perfect remedy for your IRS headache. 1 oz. vodka 1/4 oz. Triple Sec 3/4 oz. pureed fruit (blueberries, raspberries, peaches, whatever tickles your fancy) 4 oz. sparkling wine [...] Related posts:
Newton Vineyard isn’t just making good wine, they’re creatively exploring other great wine-related ideas. This beautiful wine-bar is one of those ideas. Made from 100% reclaimed materials, mostly consisting of 300 year-old reclaimed oak from a Bristol-based wine merchant and previously used Newton Vineyard barrels, this creation was designed by Claire Danthois. Having visited the winery [...] No related posts.
Yes, I just made up a word - but for good reason. What is a winecliQer, you may ask? A winecliQer is a wine lover, a wine activist - that friend whose opinion about wine you trust, whose suggestions you seek out. A winecliQer is one who is open to trying new wines, who is [...] Related posts:
Our own aspiring wine critic, Lindi Kauer Are you an aspiring wine critic? Do you like to talk about wines you love? Move over, Robert Parker. Here comes… you. We recently integrated with Power Reviews to make it easier than ever to share your tasting notes with the world of wine enthusiasts. We invite you to post a [...] Related posts: