The price of wine is going up.
Santorini's sweeping caldera, sunset cruises, picturesque blue-domed churches and whitewashed vacation cottages carved into a 300-meter cliff have made it an unstoppable success story among the islands of Greece.
The Coeur d'Alene Resort's first-ever Food and Wine Festival has not even happened yet and already it is a huge success. The event that boasts cooking classes, wine tastings and special meals has already seen several activities completely sell-out.
Mexico (particularly the Baja region and Guanajuato state) has placed itself well and truly on the map when it comes to wine production.
It's only fitting we have a whole month to celebrate Washington wines as it's one of the biggest industries in our state, estimated at about $4.8 billion.
Washington state has been producing wine for close to 200 years, but only recently has the industry seen it's most rapid growth. In the last decade, 40% of the 50,000 acres of grapes were planted and throughout the state there are close to 1,000 wineries.
China may target American fruit, wine and pork producers.
Good news for wine drinkers! A few glasses a day could be the trick to keeping your brain healthy.
If you're counting calories, a glass of wine might be your alcoholic beverage of choice, as it's a lighter option than many other mixed drinks.
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No one leaves the table unsatisfied with this hearty bowl.
Here's a sobering prediction: Brexit could result in Brits drinking 28% less wine in 2025.