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You’ll Fall in Love With These Discounts! 120+ Valentine’s Day Freebies and Deals for 2020

Parade - by Jessica Sager - February 9, 2020

Love, like most of the best things in life, are free (or cheap!). This Valentine’s Day, show both your Valentine and your wallet some love when you indulge with specials, sales, freebies and steep discounts on everything from romantic gifts to massages, hotel stays, meals and more. There are even special Valentine’s Day specials (including freebies, deals and discounts) for the […]

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Calaveras County is a small but mighty California wine region you should know

THE PRESS - by Mike Dunne - February 1, 2020

Diversity is a defining characteristic of Calaveras County’s small but spirited wine trade. More than 50 grape varieties are cultivated over 700 acres just a stones throw from South Tahoe, with the most extensively grown being Cabernet Sauvignon at 101 acres, followed by Syrah (82), Zinfandel (78) and Chardonnay (69).

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20 Reasons to Visit California’s Wine Country in 2020

7x7 - by Jess Lander - January 20, 2020

Wine is as good an excuse as any to plan a trip to Napa and Sonoma this year, but here are 20 extra reasons to revisit Wine Country in 2020.

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California Wine Country Calls with Winter 2020 Getaways

Business Traveler - by Lark Gould - January 12, 2020

Soul-warming wines, cozy tasting rooms and seasonal events highlight the coming winter season in California’s wine region

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Some unlikely critics oppose Trump’s upcoming tariffs on EU wine

QUARTZ - by Chase Purdy - January 4, 2020

Strategically, United States president Donald Trump’s trade war with the European Union could be a boon for California vintners, which make about 95% of US wine.

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The 17 Best Champagnes and Sparkling Wines to Uncork on New Year’s Eve

Robb Report - by SARA L. SCHNEIDER and JANICE O'LEARY - December 31, 2019

Champagnes and sparkling wines to ring in the new decade.

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10 Questions About Carbs in Wine You Were Afraid to Ask, Answered by Experts

VinePair - by EMILY CAPPIELLO - December 27, 2019

Try as you may, there is no way to get around the fact that wine has carbohydrates. While it may not be as obvious in comparison to, say, a piece of white bread, wine has its share of carbohydrates, with the amount depending on the style.

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This Merlot-Scented Soap Is Perfect for Wine Enthusiasts

House Beautiful - by KELLY ALLEN - December 19, 2019

Some scents are too good to not want to completely drench yourself in. Some that immediately come to mind: roses, coffee, vanilla, peanut butter (occasionally, OK?), and above all else wine.

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How to prevent ‘wine teeth’ this holiday

MedicalXpress - by Patti Verbanas, Rutgers University - December 16, 2019

Why do some people’s teeth stain after drinking red wine, and how can you prevent it during the holidays?

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Wine Governor Gavin Newsom Inducts Winemaker Helen Turley and Wine Chef Wolfgang Puck into Hall of Fame

Wine Spectator - by Peter Lane - December 13, 2019

Wine made a big splash in the California HoF this year—including some unexpected members of the state’s wine community

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