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One of the most frequently asked questions is “Why do you plant roses at the ends of the grapevine rows?"
The sun is shining, we have had rain, our vines are growing and beginning to bloom, and a few roses are starting to open buds. The birds are singing! It’s a great time to tour the vineyards and winery and enjoy the great outdoors.
MountainRose Vineyard is now offering customizable picnic baskets for the summer! Give as a gift, use it for a special occasion, and more!
What is a wine competition?
It is a “blind” tasting by wine experts of large numbers of wines to determine their relative quality on a certain date.
We certainly know how important the environment surrounding the wine experience is. Food pairing is often critical to the wine tasting because of the interactions with the wine. Music and wine both affect us at basic psychological levels. But really, wine and music pairing?
Here is a short quiz to test your knowledge of wine in the worldwide market. Answer true or false to each statement below.
We will have local honey by the middle of March! Suzanne’s father had bee hives and now her brother, Doug, has hives near the winery. Honey is wonderful for coughs and allergies but even better with hot biscuits or even toast. Come and check out the honey and jellies from locally grown fruit...