Category Archives: Virginia Wineries

Pity the Colonial Impersonator in 100°+ Heat

As promised, I attended the Wine Bloggers’ Conference in Charlottesville, VA for a few days.  I’ve been back long enough now to digest and think about what to write.  Many of my fellow attendees posted detailed recaps of the weekend (if you’d … Continue reading

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Local odds and ends

Here are a couple of things that have come up recently in our little corner of the wine world.  And while I could write two mercifully short blog posts and give you a long break from my usual ramblings, what … Continue reading

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They say “La Virginie” in French, ya know

I’m probably the last person you expected to talk about Virginia wines, given that First Vine imports mostly French wines.  But in a marvelous coincidence (especially when you have to come up with new topics to write about each week), … Continue reading

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