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If wine is simply fermented fruit juice, why is wine almost always made with grapes? "You can buy cherry wine and blueberry wine but the market for them is tiny. They’re seen as a novelty and not taken seriously within the industry." Why and how so? Check out this new Gastro Obscura piece and find out more about the world of non-grape wines https://bit.ly/39nxFBH
Hey everyone, hope you all had a nice weekend. Quick reminder that we are nearing the application deadline for this year's FoodTrekking Awards is coming up (May 31st!). This year, we have organized our awards categories in conjunction with our Practice Areas and have included a Best Beverage Experience for Culinary Travelers award, so if your business, organization, tourism office, or government has a relevant project, we encourage you to apply here! https://bit.ly/3FN17N3
"Northern California isn't the only place where you can sample fine local reds, whites, rosés and more." Check out this recent HuffPost article that highlights other lesser known and more budget friendly wine destinations in the US https://www.huffpost.com/entry/wine-destinations-that-arent-napa-sonoma_l_621d09d3e4b03d0c803cefaa