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onmilwaukee.com - Molly Snyder - 2A Wine Merchants to bring experiential shop to Historic Third Ward
2A Wine Merchants to bring experiential shop to Historic Third Ward
OnMilwaukee

There's a new wine shop coming to the Historic Third Ward. But it aspires to offer consumers a distinctive experiential experience. If all goes as planned, 2A Wine Merchants – a retail wine shop and tasting room – will open its doors…

cleveland.com - Hayden Grove, cleveland.com - Do the Cleveland Cavaliers have a centerpiece to build around? Wine and Gold Talk Podcast
Do the Cleveland Cavaliers have a centerpiece to build around? Wine and Gold Talk Podcast
cleveland

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- There is no doubt that the Cavaliers have a young, talented foundation of players, each of whom have made big steps in their young careers. Those steps have given fans a glimpse of a promising future, but does Cleveland have its…

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newsroom@saratogian.com - Adirondack Wine & Food Festival postponed for second straight year
Adirondack Wine & Food Festival postponed for second straight year
The Saratogian

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. — For a second year in a row, the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival was postponed. The annual wine and food event was originally scheduled for June 26 and 27, 2021, at the Lake George Festival Commons in Lake George Village.

calgaryherald.com - Geoff Last - Last: Wines from the boutique side
Last: Wines from the boutique side
calgaryherald

Over the last couple of months, I have been exploring Calgary's specialty wine shops, highlighting some of the unique finds synonymous with our market. A couple of weeks ago I stopped by Richmond Hill Wines, one of a small group of stores that…

cbc.ca - Dianne Buckner - Who opens a new tourist attraction during a pandemic? Meet Canada's most-optimistic entrepreneurs
Who opens a new tourist attraction during a pandemic? Meet Canada's most-optimistic entrepreneurs
CBC

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by Email Canadians desperate for new holiday adventures this summer will soon have some fresh options. It could seem surprising, given the surge in COVID-19 cases, but a number of tourist attractions across…

union-bulletin.com - HECTOR del CASTILLO of the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin - April's Walla Walla Wine Month booming in 2021 as restrictions ease
April's Walla Walla Wine Month booming in 2021 as restrictions ease
Union-Bulletin.com

Perfect timing. Phase 3 of the state's economic COVID-19 pandemic recovery plan, which Walla Walla County reached March 22 after more than a year, essentially served as the green light for April's Walla Walla Valley Wine Month. The local promotion…

record-eagle.com - From Staff Reports - Inventory shows 3,375 wine grape acres
Inventory shows 3,375 wine grape acres
Traverse City Record-Eagle

TRAVERSE CITY — The results of the 2020 Michigan Grape and Hop Inventory shows there are 3,375 wine grape acres in Michigan maintained by 257 farms, and 670 hop acres maintained by 68 farms. The wine grape inventory shows an increase of 325…

entrepreneur.com - Entrepreneur en Español - Today is Malbec World Day. This is how it is celebrated in Mexico
Today is Malbec World Day. This is how it is celebrated in Mexico
Entrepreneur

This April 17 Malbec World Day is celebrated, an initiative that seeks to promote Argentine Malbec around the world, through a celebration that pays tribute to the flagship vine of said South American country. Impulsed by Wines of Argentina (WofA)…

rfi.fr - - Swiss village Champagne loses another fight to get name on wine
- Swiss village Champagne loses another fight to get name on wine
RFI

The tiny Swiss village of Champagne has lost another fight to get its name on the wine it produces, according to a report on Saturday, the latest blow in a long-running legal battle with France over the name. The dispute has pitted the western…

ndtv.com - Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk - Dogecoin Jumps 160 Percent in 24 Hours. Elon Musk Reminds of His Prediction
Dogecoin Jumps 160 Percent in 24 Hours. Elon Musk Reminds of His Prediction
www.ndtv.com

Dogecoin spiked nearly 400 percent in just the last one week. If you are on Twitter, you know there's one billionaire capable of making or breaking the market at the drop of a tweet. It's Elon Musk, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO. There are occasions he…

nytimes.com - Conor Dougherty - One Way to Get People Off the Streets: Buy Hotels
One Way to Get People Off the Streets: Buy Hotels
The New York Times

SAN FRANCISCO — The inside of the van was lined with plastic. The driver was masked and ready to go. There was a seat for just one passenger. Gregory Sanchez eyed the setup warily. Mr. Sanchez was 64 and homeless, and the van was there to…

briscoebites.com - This Week's Latest Wine Headlines: April 10-April 16
This Week's Latest Wine Headlines: April 10-April 16
Briscoe Bites

A bit of personal update to start. You may have noticed the lack of posts outside of your weekly news roundup. I'm on the countdown for another WSET Diploma exam, so, indeed, I am taking a hiatus from any original writing for this site. You can…

kouzounaskitchen.com - Rustic Pasta & Wine Virtual Cooking Class
Rustic Pasta & Wine Virtual Cooking Class
Kouzounas Kitchen

Learn how to make rustic pasta dough by HAND!! No need for a pasta machine this time, but if you want to use one that is up to you. Chef krystina will show you how to make simple pasta by hand, and we will enjoy a live talk with our featured guest…

ocregister.com - Sandra Barrera - In an off-market deal, Newport Coast mansion sells for $41 million
In an off-market deal, Newport Coast mansion sells for $41 million
Orange County Register

This Mediterranean-style estate home in Newport Coast's Crystal Cove recently sold in an off-market March deal for $41 million. (Photo by David Heath of Western Exposure) The palatial Mediterranean-style home in Newport Coast that topped 2019's…

ft.com - Jancis Robinson - April frosts are a bitter blow to Europe's vineyards
April frosts are a bitter blow to Europe's vineyards
Financial Times

Emilie Faucheron repeatedly brushed away the tears but occasionally broke into sobs as she made a hoarse six-minute video last week reporting on the devastating effect of the spring frosts on Domaine de la Grande Canague, her 60ha wine estate west…

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