A Brief History of Wine In America, Part 1: Failure

Sunshine State The year? 1562. The place? Florida. That’s right–Florida, the same place synonymous with bath salt face-eating and wife-swapping retirees, is the original HQ of American wine. Close to 20 years prior to Roanoke…

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Cheers to the Weekend #17

We’ve made it! For me, this weekend is a time to use my nearly-expired Groupons. All are wine related because of course they are. Also on the agenda is FINALLY FINISHING MY KITCHEN. I’ve protested…

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Women in Wine Vineyard Trail

I have to give full credit to my main main Wine Trails & Wanderlust for bringing this to my attention. March is Women’s History Month and in celebration, you can support ten Northern Virginia wineries…

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3 Underrated Virginia Wineries You Should Visit ASAP

Virginia has over 250 wineries. After visiting over 80 of them, it’s been incredible to see the variety of offerings. Somehow, the wineries below tend to be left out of conversation about “must-do” Virginia vineyards.…

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Cheers to 2020!

I believe I promised this post yesterday, but I’m in the middle of flying back from New Zealand and got my dates mixed up. I’ll be grateful to be back on a normal schedule soon……

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