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Viniculture

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  • Toast the town red: Twin Palms Center for the Disabled takes a walk on the wild side with Aug. 30 'Wine Country Safari'

    As part of Boca Chamber Festival Days - a series of events taking place at different locations throughout the month of August and facilitated by the Boca Chamber - "Wine Country Safari" will return to the Boca Raton Museum of Art at Mizner Park. The Aug....
  • Datebook

    Sunday, May 4 Dance performance Kinetics Dance Theatre continues its celebration of 30 years of dance in Howard County with "Spring Fever" at 3:30 p.m. at Slayton House, 10400 Cross Fox Lane in Columbia. Tickets are $15 in advance, $10 for seniors and...
  • Grist Mill Gets Contemporary Update

    Grist Mill Gets Contemporary Update
    When well-known Farmington Valley restaurateur Anthony Giraulo and his wife moved their Grist Mill Restaurant from Farmington to Avon, they knew they had inherited a vibe that was not quite right. The Mill moved into the space that was formerly occupied...
  • Cruise lines offer up an education with your vacation

    Cruise lines offer up an education with your vacation
    The days when people went on a cruise vacation and returned home satisfied with just a tan have long been gone. Now passengers want more: to learn and accomplish something during their cruise – perhaps learning about local wines or how to...
  • Santa Barbara County grows beyond L.A.'s wine-next-door dismissal

    Santa Barbara County grows beyond L.A.'s wine-next-door dismissal
    It's always this way. Whatever is right on your doorstep inevitably lacks the glamour of the exotic and far away. For years, Santa Barbara vintners have been quietly going their own way, producing terrific wines in myriad styles, pioneering Rhone-style...
  • Los Olivos, Santa Barbara's Funk Zone overflow with wine tasting rooms

    Los Olivos, Santa Barbara's Funk Zone overflow with wine tasting rooms
    One of the things that might make the biggest difference in the future of Santa Barbara County wineries is the explosion of tasting rooms both in Los Olivos and in Santa Barbara itself. Downtown Los Olivos now has two dozen tasting rooms, including...
  • Spring fever? Head out for one of these wine events next weekend

    Spring fever? Head out for one of these wine events next weekend
    California wine regions continue to roll out the wine festivals. If you could pick a best time to visit the wine country, this is it: Late spring, before the throngs of wine lovers taking summer vacations arrive. These three mid-May wine events...
  • Summer starts with first Barnsdall Park Friday night wine tasting

    Summer starts with first Barnsdall Park Friday night wine tasting
    Barnsdall Art Park is holding wine tastings curated by Silverlake Wine every Friday night through the end of September to raise money for its Sunday Family Art and other programs. One of L.A.’s great civic institutions, Barnsdall offers affordable...
  • Mexico, Caribbean food festivals

    Mexico, Caribbean food festivals
    Imagine lavish multicourse dinners served on the beach, cocktail parties with celebrity chefs you've seen on TV or wine tastings led by award-winning sommeliers. These are just a few reasons why tourists are flocking to wine and food festivals being...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown signs off on wine tastings at farmers markets

    Gov. Jerry Brown signs off on wine tastings at farmers markets
    Skip the peaches and cheese, farmers market guests can now sample wine at farmers markets all over California. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a measure into law Tuesday that allows farmers markets to conduct wine and cider tastings. The bill, AB2488, was...
  • Bill would let winemaking students under 21 taste their work

    Bill would let winemaking students under 21 taste their work
    On what she expects will be the "most exciting day of her life" next month, Jaclyn Cubillas will probably be working on a lush Northern California vineyard, surrounded by grapes destined to become fine Syrah and Zinfandel. On that day, the UC Davis...