Wine History

September 8, 2017

Beaujolais

    The Beaujolais region   Located at the southern end of Burgundy in Southeastern France. The majority of the wines made in Beaujolai
September 4, 2017

Fun Facts About Wine

  Cheers! Now that the nation’s millennials are all officially 21, they drink almost 1/2 the wine purchased in the U.S. this crowd of 79 millio
September 1, 2017

The Loire Valley

The Loire Valley is located in the middle stretch of the Loire River in central France. The area of the Loire Valley comprises about 800 square kilome
August 10, 2017

Wine in Songs

    Songs with Wine in their Lyrics   Music is just like wine. Each of us has very different tastes in what we like and dislike. The mu
April 14, 2017

War & Wineries: Syria

  Wine makers in Syria and Lebanon, face concerns created by a war that has been raging at their doorsteps for years.   Syria, a country wra
March 29, 2017

Bordeaux Wines

Bordeaux Wines, the best wines in the world.   Bordeaux remains the world’s most popular wine for many reasons, starting with the unique taste,
February 23, 2017

Bacchus God of Wine

Bacchus was the Roman name given to the God of Wine and Ecstasy, that the Greeks knew as Dionysos. He was a latecomer to the Olympic Pantheon and is m
February 7, 2017

Noble Wine Grapes

  What is a Noble Grape   Why is it important to know about them and what kind of wine do they produce?   "Noble grapes", a term used t
January 21, 2017

Wine and the Bible

John 2: Turning Water Into Wine The Gospel of John tells an interesting story near the beginning of Jesus’ ministry: He went to a wedding and turned