Archive for the ‘Wine Education’ Category

The Early Years in Santa Barbara Wine Country at Museum of Natural History

The Early Years in Santa Barbara Wine Country at Museum of Natural History

The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural history introduced the autumn symposium “In the Beginning: The Early Years in the Santa Barbara Wine Country” in Fleischmann...

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Food & Beverage World’s 2015 California Wines of the Year

Food & Beverage World’s 2015 California Wines of the Year

As per tradition here at Food & Beverage World, for our final wine post of 2015, we highlight the best wines we tasted this past year, as we announce the winners...

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The Aervana: Electric Aeration for Your Wine

The Aervana: Electric Aeration for Your Wine

Some people swear by wine aerators; others do not see their point. The basic idea is simply to get more oxygen into the wine faster for the purpose of enhancing...

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Lugana D.O.C Visits  L.A.

Lugana D.O.C Visits L.A.

Last month members of the wine and food media and VIP’s attended a luncheon and tasting of Lugana wines, held at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills, to sample...

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Food & Beverage World’s California Wines of the Year 2014

Food & Beverage World’s California Wines of the Year 2014

As per tradition here at Food & Beverage World, for our final post of 2014, we highlight the best wines we tasted this past year as we announce the winners...

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A Stellar Harvest at Shannon Ridge

A Stellar Harvest at Shannon Ridge

We visited Lake County’s Shannon Ridge Winery at the end of September, at the near completion of the grape harvest. The prediction is that this year will...

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Carmel Wine Walk: A Passport to Fun and Great Tastings

Carmel Wine Walk: A Passport to Fun and Great Tastings

If you are a wine lover, and looking to learn about the great wines in the Carmel area, you should contact the Carmel Chamber of Commerce to obtain a package of...

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Capabunga’s Wine Preservation System vs. the Ordinary Cork

Capabunga’s Wine Preservation System vs. the Ordinary Cork

Once a bottle of wine is opened, the air starts to have an effect. Over time, flavors and aromas will lose their quality and depth.  If you’re in a position...

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“A Year in Burgundy”  Film Premiere

“A Year in Burgundy” Film Premiere

The amazing film premiere “A Year in Burgundy” at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival offered attendees an amazing introduction to the world of wine...

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It’s All Greek To Me: The Wines of Crete

It’s All Greek To Me: The Wines of Crete

Greek wine is resurging these days due to more awareness about Greek food, from yogurt, to olive oil. The Greek Island of Crete is also seeing a resurrection of...

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