A Visit with Maya Hood White, Early Mountain Vineyards’ Not-So-Secret Weapon

A few weekends ago, my wife and I spent three nights in a cabin on a property called Getaway House

Barboursville Vineyards: Traditional, High-Performing and Iconic

A trip to Barboursville Vineyards in Virginia feels to me like what a visit to Gaja in Piedmont, William Fevre

How Two Maryland Wineries are Using Wine Education Events to Build Relationships

Winery tourism is a big deal for the Mid-Atlantic wine industry because these states’ wineries rely on the direct-to-consumer (DTC)

The Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association Continues to Evolve Along With the Wines it Promotes

There is no disputing the fact that wines from the Atlantic Coast have an uphill battle in the national marketplace,

Top Wines and Wineries Within the Monticello AVA (Part 2)

This is the second part of my two-part look at the best wineries and wines in Virginia’s Monticello AVA. Read

Top Wines and Wineries Within the Monticello AVA (Part 1)

There is a debate among Virginia winemakers and wine lovers about where the best wine in Virginia comes from, but

Rosemont of Virginia: Defining a New Region Near the North Carolina Border

Rosemont of Virginia is located just four miles north of the State’s border with North Carolina, and that puts it

REVIEW: Crow Vineyards 2014 Barbera

Crow Vineyards was one of my original Maryland wine revelations. Located in Kennedyville on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, their vidal blanc was

What Role Should Vidal Blanc Play in the Future of Maryland Wine?

There is a tension in the Maryland wine market. On one hand, consumers want the wines they know – Cabernet

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