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Ryanne Haditsch, Winemaker at ThornCreek Winery

Ryanne Haditsch, Winemaker at ThornCreek Winery

On October 31, ThornCreek Winery in Aurora welcomed Ms. Ryanne Haditsch, formerly head winemaker and general manager at Your WINE Cellar in Strongsville. In that position, she implemented wine education programs for staff and guests while she also focused on growing the business. In 2014, she started teaching in the Viticulture and Enology program at Kent State University. …

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Camelot Cellars Welcomes New Winemaker

Camelot Cellars Welcomes New Winemaker

At Camelot Cellars Winery in Columbus, Nick Liberati moves up the ladder to become winemaker – but he’s no newcomer to the business. He grew up in an Italian family that boasts several generations of winemakers, and apprenticed under two former winemakers at Camelot Cellars. He learned to taste as a child during family dinners, and wine and …

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Build Your Own Wine Legacy, One Vine at a Time

Build Your Own Wine Legacy, One Vine at a Time

What makes the world of winemaking so compelling? Wine enthusiasts seem to cherish a feeling of belonging – of being part of that global community that joyfully celebrates all-things-wine.

 

But few wine lovers have the opportunity or the inclination to become vintners themselves. Now there is a growing movement that invites them to participate in the process: …

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Cape Winelands & Stellenbosch, South Africa

Cape Winelands & Stellenbosch, South Africa

Waterford Estate Wine and Chocolate Tasting Experience

In this broad South African valley surrounded by rugged mountains, sea breezes from the nearby South Atlantic create a climate particularly conducive to grape-growing, and for touring as well. The town of Stellenbosch and the first vineyards here date back to 1679, and today the region has more than 200 wine …

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Ohio Winery News

Ohio Winery News

Camelot Cellars in Columbus celebrated the unveiling of their new menu in July by hosting local food trucks on Fridays through September, creating a new buzz in Olde Towne East, showcasing new menu items – salads, soups, dips, and local meats and cheeses, with a focus on locally sourced foods and ingredients. And there’s more to come: on …

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Seasons at the Winery: Autumn

Seasons at the Winery: Autumn

Vacations end, school starts, there’s a nip in the air. Fall enters with a renewed energy and fast-forward motion that leaves summer breathless in its wake. Nowhere is this energy more vibrant than in the vineyard and winery. This is harvest time. Plan a trip to a winery this fall and you’ll get an eyewitness education on how …

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Buzz APPeal: Cellar Tracker

How It Works: User-created wine reviews and wine cellar management tools

Price: Free

Where to Find It: Download from any Android, iOS device and Windows phone.

The Beauty of It: Wine lovers usually aren’t shy about reviewing wines online – and CellarTracker is a terrific place to crow about a great find, post a warning about …

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Selbach Oster Winery

Selbach Oster Winery

TheWineBuzz had the pleasure of meeting Johannes Selbach, owner of Selbach Oster winery, during his recent visit to Ohio. Selbach carries on the 400-year family tradition of making wine in the Mosel valley of Germany, focusing on the traditional whites of the region – minus the ice wine once produced here. Global warming, Selbach says, has virtually eliminated …

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With Wine, What’s Old Is New Again – and Vice Versa

With Wine, What’s Old Is New Again – and Vice Versa

by Gary Twining

 

When discussing wine style and philosophical approach, the terms Old World or New World are often used.

 

“Old World” encompasses Europe, specifically France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Spain, Portugal and Greece. “New World” includes North and South America, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

 

The fruit for many Old World releases is grown in …

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Idaho: the Next Wine Star of the Northwest

Idaho: the Next Wine Star of the Northwest

by Amanda Baltazar

 

Potatoes might be Idaho’s most famous product, but its fastest-growing industry is wine.

 

Unknown on the wine scene just a decade ago, Idaho now produces world-class wines that are finally gaining recognition, thanks in large part to its high elevations, great drainage in its volcanic-ash soil and diurnal temperature swings. But what’s had …

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On the Job: 20 Years of German Village Vintages

On the Job: 20 Years of German Village Vintages

By Betsa Marsh

 

No one needs a calendar to track TGIF in Columbus’ German Village. Just look for the parade of neighbors and dogs headed to the weekend wine bar at Hausfrau Haven. Pups snap up treats and cozy under the tables while their owners crunch popcorn and sip just-in French Rosé.

 

The weekend wine bar …

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Wine Bars in the Windy City

Wine Bars in the Windy City

By Anne Brennan

Like a lot of cities, it seems as if the craft beer trend is overtaking Chicago – but wine bars are alive and well throughout the city, too, from upscale downtown venues to cozy neighborhood spots.

 

Rebekah Mahru, City Winery Chicago’s beverage director, says she notices Chicagoans “are moving away from the super-concentrated, overpowering …

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Wines of Ikaria: A Travel Odyssey

Wines of Ikaria: A Travel Odyssey

by Monica M. Schultz

It all started because I had been fighting a summer cold for a couple of weeks and finally went looking for a natural health solution. Instead, I stumbled on a chance to visit one of the most naturally healthy places on Earth – Ikaria, Greece.

 

Ikaria is one of the five Blue Zones …

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Seasons at the Winery: Early Spring

Seasons at the Winery: Early Spring

It’s only March but already many of us are planning spring pilgrimages to our favorite wineries – our antidote to cabin fever. There is little cabin fever at wineries, however, for winegrowers are in the vineyard, pruning old vines and planting new ones.

 

“This spring, we’ll replant 600 vines in addition to the 1,300 replanted in 2015,” …

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Vintage Oregon: A Passion for Pinot

Vintage Oregon: A Passion for Pinot

Only one region in North America mimics the growing conditions you’d find in Burgundy, France, where Pinot Noir is king: Oregon’s Willamette Valley, an hour south of Portland. So when you speak of Oregon wines, you’re probably referring to Pinot Noir. Oregon-grown Pinot started taking top honors in international wine competitions (in Paris in 1980 and New York …

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Iowa: Cornfields and…Wine?

Iowa: Cornfields and…Wine?

By Mary Mihaly

 

I’ve always been a fan of meandering; years of travel writing taught me that every place has its teasers. Iowa is no exception, so when a friend in Denver invited me for a visit, I decided to spend four days getting there: I would explore Iowa wineries along the way.

 

As adventures go, …

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