There is no shortage of tastings rooms, wines, and vineyards in Oregon that is for sure. If you are looking to hone your experience to one that is sure to delight even the fussiest of tasters, then here is what we suggest. Kings Raven Winery, Clackamas County Named after the Clackamas Indians, of the Chinookan … Read moreTop Tasting Rooms in Oregon
Vineyard Grant James in Ramona should be at the top of your “must visit” list. Not only is it conveniently located right next to San Diego, but it also boasts amazing wine, views, and hospitality. And we aren’t the only ones who think Grant James Winery is a must. In fact, it was recently ranked … Read moreVineyard Grant James winery Ramona— The must visit winery near San Diego
Well, I hate to admit it, but that’s today’s reality. America’s appetite for wine has increased and so has the cost of wine tasting. In the US, the price of an average tasting has steadily risen each year and shows no signs of slowing down. And it doesn’t stop there— room rates and prices for other wine-related … Read moreDo you like overspending while wine tasting?
It’s the day before your housewarming party, or family visiting before the holidays. You have meticulously cleaned the house, arranged decorations, and planned the menu, but you’re missing one thing: wine to pair with your 3-course dinner. White? Red? Dry? Sweet? What should you serve with fish, or maybe red meat? Luckily, pairing wine with … Read moreOur Favorite Wine Tasting with Food Pairing in Napa & Sonoma
You might say, we are all on our own, personal wine journey. You may discover wine at a young age, or not start appreciating it until you are aged as fine as one. Whatever time you choose to enjoy wine more completely, you are likely in search of the best way to fully appreciated the complexities … Read moreHow to Develop a Taste for Wine – A Beginners Guide
It’s no secret that the type of wine Napa is known for is Cabernet Sauvignon. According to Napa Valley’s official tourism marketing organization, Visit Napa Valley, Cabernet Sauvignon accounts for more than half of Napa’s crop value and 40% of its production. Why is Napa Known for Cabernet Sauvignon? We are all a product of our … Read moreWhat type of wine is Napa known for?
Before the clinking of champagne glasses, and the regret of purchasing that 50 pack of party kazoos sets in, there comes a bit of planning. Whether that be celebrating wedding season, a birthday with the family, or throwing a corporate outing to thank your employees for all of their hard work, time spent in Wine … Read moreThe Leaders in Group Wine Tasting Itineraries
Where: Bouchaine Vineyards When: September 15, 2018 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM What: It’s the best time of year in Napa— Harvest!! Enjoy the sweet fragrance of ripened grapes in the air and ring in the next vintage. You are personally invited to share in on the celebrations at our exclusive event at Bouchaine Vineyards. … Read moreNapa Valley Grape Stomp Party
If you’re planning a last minute trip to Napa and wondering “What Napa wineries are open this 4th of July?” you’ll be happy checked in beforehand. Even though the holiday falls mid week this year, the majority of wineries will be closed for Independence day. But, don’t stress. Below we have compiled a list of … Read moreWhat Napa Wineries are Open this 4th of July???