Category Archives: wineries

Wine Lovers FAQ

There’s no doubt that wine can be confusing, with so many wines, so much to learn about each one. During wine tastings, I am asked questions why do we do this or that. But the most common questions I get tend to be about wine in general So this month, I thought Id take the…

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A Glass of Red Wine is Good For Your Health!

    Resveratrol has been ‘in the news’ for nearly two decades. For example, 17 years ago, CBS News and Morely Safer did a story on Europeans who tend to eat a high fat diet, drink a lot of wine and have lower levels of fat and cholesterol than Americans. Studies at Harvard Medical School and…

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The White Wine of Argentina Torrontes

by Chris Mauch Recent DNA research has shown that Torrontés is related to the Malvasia group of grapes which originated in the Eastern Mediterranean and found their way to Atlantic islands such as Madeira. It is not known how it arrived in Argentina, but it seems to have been there a long time, suggesting that…

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Crisis Center Wine Tasting – Chesterton

This is the 23rd Annual Wine Fest that benefits the Crisis Center. A Craft beer station, wine stations, and an entire dessert room await you.  Let’s not forget over a half dozen food and cutting stations on Thursday, June 8th, 2017.  With plenty of room to mingle, grab your own plate & glass and enjoy. …

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Which Wines to Choose at Mother’s Day Brunch

by Chris Mauch When a group of us go out for dinner, I am the one always asked to pick a wine for the table that will satisfy everyone. This is almost impossible to do, not only because each person has their own preference for wine, but each will order his or her own dinner…

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The Perfect Wine with Easter Chocolates

by Chris Mauch It seems that everywhere you look: grocery aisles, restaurants, farmer’s markets, your hotel pillow, you’ll find chocolate. I’m not talking about a 50-cent vending machine candy bar, but premium, all natural, gourmet chocolate. Not only is it the rage, you can now argue it’s good for you with more science linking health…

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Moscato – The New White Wine

The past few months there has been a spike in the sales of Moscato d’Asti, so let’s talk about it. Moscato has been around since the 50′s and has never been this popular. There is also Muscat Ottonel which makes dessert wines in Austria, Orange Muscat which makes dessert wines in California, and many other…

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NWI Tourism Spots Nominated for “Best In Indiana”

Several Northwest Indiana Tourism Destinations were nominated for “Best of Indiana” recognition, and people had until Oct. 31, 2016 to go online and vote for them. The Summer Rhapsody Music Festival in Central Park in Valparaiso was selected in the “Best Indiana Musical Festivals” category. In the “Best Winery Category,” Northwest Indiana has three nominees:…

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Easter & Mother’s Day Wine Pairing

by Chirs Mauch Spring is right around the corner and with it, the holiday dishes of the Easter. Are you one of the millions of people who are serving ham? If so, then you may have some problems trying to figure out which wine to serve. Ham can be hard to pair with wine. In…

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Second Saturday – A Valentine’s Celebration

     Come celebrate Valentine’s in class and with style. Dress up and visit the Small Works Art Show, and mingle and meander around the three story building with your loved one, sipping on Wine from the Wine Tasting, and enjoy a Smooth Jazz  concert performed  by Grammy Contender Keenan Baxter. This also will be the…

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