NATIONAL MOSCATO DAY

On May 9th raise your glass and toast National Moscato Day. Moscato, or Muscat in Italian, is one of the oldest known variety of grapes grown in the world. The grape can be white to almost black and the flavor from sweet to dry. Because of this, it is quite versatile and is used to …
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Feel The Love February

While February is known to be full of paper hearts and chocolate, it has a few things going for it, despite being the shortest month on the calendar. February gets to the hart of the holidays that educate and makes us giggle at the quirky ones, too. February isn’t just about love; it’s more well-rounded than you think.  …
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NATIONAL CHIANTI DAY First Friday in September

The first Friday in September each year ushers in a celebration worthy of a toast. National Chianti Day recognizes the most-recognized red wines from the Tuscany region of Italy. This tear that falls on September 4, 2020 Always leading with the Sangiovese grape, the ruby red wine is famous throughout the world, and Chianti Classico …
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NATIONAL PINOT NOIR DAY – August 18

National Pinot Noir Day on August 18th encourages wine lovers to experience one of the wine world’s most versatile wines. Since Pinot Noir’s high acidity along with the lower tannins, it complements food nicely. Wineries around the world produce pinot noir using red wine grapes and primarily the Pinot Noir varietal. The dry wine includes …
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Wine

If you are a beginner, enthusiast, lover, or a taster, these wine celebrations will be something to look forward to all year long. As wine is often paired, a sommelier, can help pair the perfect wine with your food. Be it a cheese plate, pasta, meats, you can always count on thier recommendations for the …
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