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  • Riesling on the Rise
    You've probably heard the saying that if you don't like Chardonnay, it's because you haven't found the right one. Tongue and cheek sentiment aside, it bears witness to the great variety of different wines that all masquerade under the single title of Chardonnay, some so disparate as to hardly be recognizable as coming from the same grape. Much of this is no doubt due to the staggering popularity of the wine - the more popular a variety is, the Read More...
  • The Napa Valley Grape Growers - Preserving Napa for Generations to Come
    Blessed with fertile soil ideal for growing grapes, the Napa Valley has blossomed into one of the world's foremost centers of wine production. The vast majority of land used for agriculture is devoted to producing grapes. With such a lack of diversification, farmers have, quite literally, put all of their grapes into one basket. The past 30 years have seen numerous outbreaks of disease in the Valley, to the detriment of every vineyard. Today, the Read More...
  • How Golden Retrievers Aid Californias Mega-Billion Wine Industry
    Next time you kick-back to relax with your favorite glass of vino, give a shout to a pioneering group of Golden Retrievers in Napa Valley; America's winemaking capital. Because in the U.S. where wine outsells coffee and ice cream, these ace-detective canines do a lot more than make a gorgeous picture out fetching Frisbees beneath the glimmering sun. California produces 95% of all U.S. wine exports, and wine grapes are the Golden State's #1 finis Read More...
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