Monthly Archives: March 2011

Millennials Prefer Semi-Sweet White Wines

Most wine research confirms that the Millennials have been driving new growth in the US wine industry over the past 5 years.  Research also suggests that they enjoy red wine and sweeter white wines.  This latter fact proved to be … Continue reading

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Sold-Out Tasting for Flowers Winery & Petaluma Gap’s Clary Ranch

When I arrived at SSU’s Winesense Tasting this week, I was surprised to see a note on the door saying “sold-out; no more seats available.”  This was exciting because it was a testament to the wonderful wines that were served … Continue reading

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Larson Family Winery Highlights Big Spicy Cabs and Sweet Gewürztraminers

It’s hard to believe that there are more than 6,000 wineries in the US now.  Of those, more than 50% are small family wineries crafting hand-made wines, contributing to our economy, and providing lovely vineyard landscapes to beautify America.  Larson … Continue reading

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