Latest Pinot noir Stories
The winemaking process might seem as simple as smashing up a few grapes, but commercial wineries add any number of additional ingredients to their products in order to bring out certain notes or textures. These additives can make a great difference among wines made from the same grape and, according to a new study in the journal Analytical Chemistry Research, the difference can be so great, winemakers should list their ingredients on each bottle to let consumers know what they can expect.
Brothers Carlo and Dante Mondavi launch their own independent Pinot Noir winery specializing in single vineyard Sonoma cuvees. Sonoma, California (PRWEB) October
The Royal announces winners of 2014 Royal Wine Competition TORONTO, Sept.
Annual Program Continues to Support Art Education with $25,000 in Grants to Public Schools NEW YORK, Sept.
Thirty-seven wines from eight wineries along the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail earn top medals at renowned competition. Leelanau Peninsula, MI (PRWEB) April
From Warehouse Winery to White House Wine, Adam and Dianna Lee’s Cult Pinot Noir Label Has Gained an Impressive Following While Staying True to its Roots Santa
New Small Plates Event Hosted by the Leelanau Peninsula Vintners Association Offers Culinary Experience of Regional Wine and Gourmet Fare Leelanau Peninsula,
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb.
The Hunt for the Reds of October event raises funds and awareness for the American Red Cross and showcases quality red wines being grown on the peninsula. Leelanau
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