Category: Books

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Simply Aronia Wine

Several years ago, my husband and I ordered some aronia wine on the Internet. The entire contents of the bottle landed in the sink. More recently, skilled winemakers are proving that aronia makes good...

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Wine in the City: Kansas City, Missouri

Originally published in WineTouristMagazine.com In Kansas City, Missouri, you’ll find a wine culture that’s relaxed and confident. You’re in a big city, but a long way from the fast-lane of self-conscious, trendy wine establishments...

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‘Super’ Appellations: A View from Minnesota

Here’s the second installment of our series looking at the idea of ‘super’ appellations in the Midwest. We’re bouncing around the idea of uniting parts of our region under a bigger appellation category according...

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How to Get Pesticide Certified

For many of us working in the field of viticulture, applying pesticides to grapes is a necessity. Pesticide application is a useful skill, and one that involves education combined with hands-on experience to learn....

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Wine Law By the Case: The Year in Review

2014 is quickly winding down.  A look back on the year in alcohol beverage practice most notably reflects issues raised by changing methods of doing business, including the avenues used to make sales to...