Wine Education

Olfactory Evaluation Seminar To Be Held at Niner Wine Estates

Olfactory Evaluation Seminar To Be Held at Niner Wine Estates

Niner Wine Estates, located in Paso Robles wine country, will offer a Level Two Olfactory Evaluation of Wine Seminar from March 26 through March 30, 2012 from 2-5 p.m. This seminar is intended for the industry professional who wishes to further their sensory evaluation knowledge, through olfactory analysis. The cost to attend is $725 per student. Read More ==>

American Sommelier Announces Six-Day Immersion Course in L.A.

American Sommelier Announces Six-Day Immersion Course in L.A.

After successful programs in the Bahamas and Napa Valley, American Sommelier is bringing the condensed,  six-day intensive version of its flagship 24 week Viticulture & Vinification Course to Los Angeles.
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Albarino: The Great White of Spain

Albarino: The Great White of Spain
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Diversity Defines New York State's Lake Erie Region

Recent changes in direct shipping laws have put New York State’s rapidly expanding boutique winery industry in the spotlight.  A visit to the Lake Erie Region reveals the bounty of a state that is third only to California and Washington in wine grape production. Read More ==>

Spain’s Spin Rioja is Dealing with an Old vs. New Image

It wasn’t that long ago that you could count on Spanish reds being barrel-aged longer than any other wines in the world. . Read More ==>

True Champions behind the Success of Petite Sirah -The Quiet Group of Leaders who are championing this underdog

It takes an industry to champion an underdog varietal, just as it takes a village to raise a child. That’s the true success of Petite Sirah, and here’s some of the crème de la crème. Read More ==>

Sakeology

Cold sake is hot. Hot sake is not. David Gadd explains Read More ==>

Brunello di Montalcino Fine tuning history inside the bottle

South of Siena in the romantic region of Tuscany is Montalcino, a historic hilltop fortress and surrounding village that serves as the epicenter of one of Italy’s most distinctive and sophisticated red wines made with the Sangiovese grape: Brunello di Montalcino. Read More ==>

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