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A brilliant blue, my first thought was that it was going to be too sweet. The sweet and sour however gave it the just needed balance. It was a great partner to their house made hummus and pita chips with Kalamata olives with an olive oil drizzle.
The Dixie Chicken restaurant had caught my eye on previous visits. On this day we made it our lunch stop. The food’s good and the beer’s cold and if you’re in the area I recommend it. It’s easy to see why it’s an Aggie tradition.
Massive oak, redwood and concrete tanks fill the rooms, There are a few deer heads on the wall. On another wall is a faded map of Alaska. Why? Because grandfather Domenic used to hunt and fish there.
As far as he’s concerned, it’s the best way to grow the fruit, “not some crazy scheme or hippy trend. It’s the way people have grown things since the dawn of time.”
Excited and proud Northeasterners came in droves to visit the beautiful château with its elegant tasting room and learn about how wine is made and produced on its guided tours. The rest is beautiful history – the warm, sunny days, cool evenings and low rainfall created ideal conditions to grow grapes in the Columbia River Valley with continual successful harvests.
For a small boutique winery, Beach House’s wine tasting list is impressively extensive with sixteen varietals of whites and reds available to taste and purchase. Kimberly explains that “we wanted people to come and enjoy themselves, so, we’ve created something for everyone’s tastes.”
By Victoria Hart Technology meets tradition at Jezreel Valley Winery on Kibbutz Hanaton in Israel. An unorthodox approach to a unique blend of varietals and best practices in winemaking is creating award-winning wines, which also happen to be kosher, demonstrating the owners’ love of the land of Israel. This is Israel’s first start-up boutique winery, […]