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Dine Out Along The Road Lodi

This edition of Dine Out Along the Road features Lodi and several local businesses including: Acquiesce Winery (0:45) | Durst Winery (5:49) | Wine & Roses (16:23).

Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc

Rombauer Vineyards welcomes the newest addition to their family, the Sauvignon Blanc.

2015 Carneros Chardonnay

Winemaker Richie Allen discusses Rombauer Vineyard's 2015 Carneros Chardonnay.

Rombauer Vineyards ‘No Compromises’ Winemaking

The Rombauer Vineyards philosophy hasn’t changed since their founding in 1980: they believe in doing everything in their power to make the best wines possible. They take a “no compromises” approach to winemaking, sparing no effort or expense to produce the finest wines each vintage has to offer.

Notes From the Winemaker - Making Rosé

Sculpterra Winery just bottled their 2015 Paso Pink Rosé, here's a behind the scenes look at how it's made. Their Rosé is a perfect summer time wine, so they'll be releasing this wine before summer.

Notes From the Winemaker - August 2016 Vineyard Update

Sculpterra Winery's winemaker, Paul Frankel, gives one last update on how the vineyard is progressing, and his expectations for the 2016 Harvest.

Sculpterra 2016 Harvest Day 1

Day 1 of Sculpterra's 2016 harvest!

A Wedding at Las Positas Vineyards

A beautiful wedding at Las Positas Vineyards in Livermore, CA.

Jerry Lohr - American Wine Legend

A retrospective look at the wine legend, Jerry Lohr of J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines.

You Know J Lohr- Pairing Game Strong

When it comes to romancing his better half, this burly construction worker has a zesty secret weapon up his sleeve. Thanks to J. Lohr Estates Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon, umami has met its match.

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You Know J Lohr- Too Many Cooks

A sister’s love is forever. Unfortunately, so is the terrible nickname she made up for you in high school. Watch as these two sisters attempt to cook together with a little inspiration from family owned-and-operated J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines.

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Wente Family Estates ‘Legendary Family of Chardonnay’ Award

On Friday, May 13, 2016, Fourth Generation Winegrower Eric Wente and Fifth Generation Winemaker Karl D. Wente accepted the inaugural ‘Legendary Family of Chardonnay’ Award at the International Chardonnay Symposium La Paulée Dinner & Vintner’s Award Ceremony in Pismo Beach, CA.

Wine and Music Parallels by Karl D. Wente

Fifth Generation Winegrower Karl D. Wente draws parallels between wine and music. Take a peek behind the scenes with his band Wolf Hamlin and the Front Porch Drifters, and hear how he approaches his two passions with a similar approach.

Take a Traverse City Wine Tour

Two peninsulas, award-winning wines and 40+ tasting rooms to choose from makes Traverse City, MI a true wine lovers destination. Learn more at

Traverse City, Something at Every Corner

Traverse City, Michigan offers visitors almost limitless opportunities for dining, recreation, relaxation and more. There's really something on every corner!

A True and Authentic Northern Michigan City

A multifaceted destination with so much to offer! Take a look and discover why you have to include Traverse City, Michigan on your next vacation!

Fall Wine Tours in Traverse City

Fall is wine harvest time in Traverse City. During fall's color season explore one of the many wineries and vineyards in our region by taking a wine tour. Plan your fall getaway and wine tour now!

Murrieta’s Well Dry Rosé 2016

Taste Murrieta's Well Dry Rosé 2016 with winemaker, Robbie Meyer.

Murrieta’s Well The Spur 2014

Taste Murrieta's Well The Spur 2013 red wine blend with winemaker, Robbie Meyer.

Murrieta’s Well The Whip 2015

Taste Murrieta's Well The Whip 2015 white wine blend with winemaker, Robbie Meyer.

Leone Wine Tours

Jill Leone, owner of Leone Wine Tours, gives an overview of Sonoma County.

Napa Valley — Winemaking

The legendary Napa Valley region is famous for producing Cabernet Sauvignon... but thanks to the rich soils and weather conditions the region can successfully produce over 40 varietals.

Napa Valley — Wine History

The winemaking pioneers came to the Napa Valley in mid 1800s from Europe in hopes of making great wine that rivaled those of their homelands. After the founding of the area's first commercial winery in 1860, the region hasn't looked back since, despite a few hiccups along the way.

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