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Viticulture in North Dakota

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Viticulture in North Dakota

Viticulture in North Dakota

Rectangular North Dakota is a state in the Midwestern United States, bordered on the west by Montana, to the north by the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba to the east by Minnesota or the flowing Red River on a north-south and to the south by South Dakota, with for capital Bismarck and largest city Fargo.

The North Dakota was originally inhabited by Native Americans for thousands of years, and it was discovered by the French Canadian swapper Pierre Gaultier de La Verendrye who led an exploration to the Mandan villages in 1738.

Are climate is continental, with hot summers and wet. Or storms are frequent during the summer, which can lead to tornadoes, especially in the southeast of the state quarter which marks the beginning of the Tornado Alley.

Winters are very cold and dry, sometimes windy; with temperatures up to - 20 ° C, accompanied by severe snowfalls.

Despite Are continental cold and dry climate, it enjoys of some vineyards with the numbers 8, for nearly seventy references.

Among which were found grape varieties: Barolo-Red, Bourgeron-Red, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Chianti-Red, Gamay-Red, Gewürztraminer, Lambrusco-Red, Malbec, Merlot, Montepoliciano, Pinot Grigio , Pinot Black, Riesling, Sangiovese, Syrah, Valpolicella, Viognier, Zinfandel.

As well as white and red blend wines and berry wines such as: Apple Wine, Black-Currant-Wine, Blueberry-Wine, Elderberry-Wine, Wine-Peach, Rhubarb-Wine, Sherry-Wine , Strawberry-wine, and a fortified wine.

Wine Country, North Dakota produced wine from many fruits which gives a production of dry and sweet wines. Most dry wines are grape varietals while sweet wines are fruit wines.

It is the latest state of the United States to have authorized a marketed producer of wines since Prohibition, the first winery to open these doors to marketing was View-Winery created April 17, 2002 since joined by numerous other wineries.

Today all over the country, wineries and microbreweries are becoming more likely to be installed.

Feel free to discover this new road of wines and beer brewers and each institution has its own personality for to discover new flavors.

Again wineries and breweries in North Dakota will you open their doors with a guided tours accompanied of course by a tasting of their products

Many wineries and breweries in North Dakota include agricultural products such as wheat, honey and fruit, and other unique local ingredients like (dandelion wine) in their drinks.

Today the Association of North Dakota growers are developing some programs for an better vision and strategies for the wine industry in North Dakota while helping each newcomer in their facilities for their vineyards.

Search also in eastern, the eastern part of the state with the flat valley of the Red River and fertile soil are drained by the Red River, which flows north into Winnipeg Lake. It is a vast agricultural region. Where is the largest natural lake in the state (The Devil's Lake).

North Dakota is part of the Upper Midwest and Great Plains with a relief relatively flat with the western half of the country consists of the Great Plains and the northern part of the Badlands, to the southwest of the state a large alley of 10 to 32 km wide and 300km long, offering the highest point in the state, with White Butte 1069 m of altitude.

Viticulture in North Dakota
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Champagne Producers Bouzy France, Dept Marne

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Champagne Producers Bouzy France, Dept Marne

Champagne Producers Bouzy France, Dept Marne

Champagne, also called champagne, is a French sparkling wine with a protected designation of origin whose regulations required several centuries of gestation. Its name comes from the Champagne region of north eastern France. The geographical demarcation, grape varieties, yields and overall production of champagne are the main characteristics of the appellation.

Drawn mainly from three grapes: Pinot Noir, Pinot-Meunier and Chardonnay. Champagne vineyard produces mostly sparkling white wines.

Champagne Beaufort Herbert

32 Rue de Tour Sur Marne BP 7 Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-herbert-beaufort.com

beaufort-herbert@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326570134 Fax 0033326570908

Champagne Brice

22 r Gambetta Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-brice.com

contact@champagne-brice.com

Phone 0033326520660 Fax 0033326570507

Champagne Charles Lafitte

Centre d'activités de la Côte des NoirsLieu-dit le Champ Chapon Tours Sur Marne 51150 France

www.champagne-charleslafitte.fr

mfortin@vrankenpommery.fr

Phone 0033326533330 Fax 0033326535017

Champagne A Soutiran

3 rue de Crilly Ambonnay 51150 France

www.soutiran.com

info@soutiran.com

Phone 0033326570787 Fax 0033326578174

Champagne Paul Bara

4 Rue Yonnet Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagnepaulbara.com

champagne.paul.bara@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326570050 Fax 0033326578124

Champagne Barnaut

2 rue Ganbetta Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-barnaut.fr

contact@champagne-barnaut.fr

Phone 0033326570154 Fax 0033326570997

Champagne Bauchet

Rue de la Crayère Bisseuil 51150 France

www.champagne-bauchet.com

bauchet.champagne@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326589212 Fax 0033326589474

Champagne Herbert Beaufort

28 rue de Tours Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-herbert-beaufort.com

beaufort-herbert@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326570134 Fax 0033326570908

Champagne Louis César Beaufort

28 Rue De Tour Sur Marne Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-beaufort.com

info@champagne-beaufort.com

Phone 0033326570134 Fax 0033326570908

Champagne Eric Bunel

32, Rue Michel-Letellier Louvois 51150 France

www.champagne-bunel.com

champagne.bunel@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326570306 Fax 0033326523166

Champagne Guy de Chassey

1 Place De La Demi Lune Louvois 5115 France

www.champagne-guy-de-chassey.com

mo.de.chassey@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326570446 Fax 0033326578208

Champagne A Chauvet

41 Avenue De Champagne Tours Sur Marne 51150 France

www.champagne-chauvet.com

champagnechauvet@yahoo.fr

Phone 0033326589237 Fax 0033326589631

Champagne Paul Clouet

1, place A. Tritant Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-paul-clouet.com

contact@champagne-paul-clouet.com

Phone 0033326570731 Fax 0033326526465

Champagne Delavenne Père & Fils

6 Rue De Tours Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-delavenne.com

info@Champagne-Delavenne.com

Phone 0033326570204 Fax 0033326588293

Champagne Paul Déthune

2 Rue du Moulin Ambonnay 51150 France

www.champagne-dethune.com

info@champagne-dethune.com

Phone 0033326570188 Fax 0033326570931

Champagne Serge Faÿe

40 Rue Michel Letellier Louvois 51150 France

sergefaye@orange.fr

Phone 0033326578166 Fax 0033326594512

Champagne Harlin

41 Avenue Champagne Tour Sur Marne 51150 France

www.champagne-harlin.com

harlin.champagne@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326583438 Fax 0033326586378

Champagne Fernand Hutasse et Fils

Rue du Haut-Petit-Chemin Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-tornay.fr

info@champagne-tornay.fr

Phone 0033326570858 Fax 0033326570662

Champagne Benoît Lahaye

33 Rue Jeane d'Arc Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-benoit-lahaye.ardoneo.com

lahaye.benoit@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326570305 Fax 0033326527994

Champagne Lamiable

8 Rue De Condée Tours-sur-Marne 51150 France

www.champagnelamiable.com

lamiable@champagnelamiable.com

Phone 0033326589269 Fax 0033326587667

Champagne Yves Louvet

21 Rue Du Poncet Tauxieres Mutry 51150 France

www.champagne-yves-louvet.com

contact@champagne-yves-louvet.com

Phone 0033326570327 Fax 0033326576777

Champagne P Louis Martin

3 Route D'Ambonnay Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagneplmartin.com

contact@champagneplmartin.com

Phone 0033326570127 Fax 0033326578325

Champagne Guy Méa

La Voie des Loup 2 rue De L'Eglise Louvois 51150 France

www.champagne-guy-mea.com

champagne.guy.mea@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326570342 Fax 0033326576644

Champagne Albert De Milly

Route d'Epernay Bisseuil 51150 France

www.demilly.com

contact@demilly.com

Phone 0033326523344 Fax 0033326589400

Champagne Pierson Cuvelier

4 Rue De Verzy Louvois 51150 France

www.pierson-cuvelier.wix.com

pierson.francois2@libertysurf.fr

Phone 0033326570372 Fax 0033326518384

Champagne Eric Rodez

8 Rue De Isse Ambonnay 51150 France

www.champagne-rodez.fr

contact@champagne-rodez.fr

Phone 0033326570493 Fax 0033326570215

Champagne Soutiran

3 Rue De Crilly Ambonnay 51150 France

www.soutiran.com

info@soutiran.com

Phone 0033326570787 Fax 0033326578174

Champagne Patrick Soutiran

3, rue des Crayères Ambonnay 51150 France

www.champagnesoutiran.com

patrick.soutiran@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326538594 Fax 0033326578187

Champagne Tornay

Rue Du Haut Petit Chemin Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-tornay.fr

info@champagne-tornay.fr

Phone 0033326570858 Fax 0033326570662

Champagne Alfred Tritant

23, Rue de Tours Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-tritant.fr

champagne.tritant@free.fr

Phone 0033326570116 Fax 0033326584956

Champagne Alain Veselle

15 rue De Louvois Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagne-alainvesselle.fr

contact@champagne-alainvesselle.fr

Phone 0033326570088 Fax 0033326570977

Champagne Maurice Vesselle

2 Rue Yvonnet Bouzy 51150 France

www.champagnevesselle.com

champagne.vesselle@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326570081 Fax 0033326578308

Champagne Billecart Salmon

40 r Sadi Carnot Mareuil Sur Ay 51160 France

www.champagne-billecart.fr

claudia@champagne-billecart.fr

Phone 0033326526022 Fax 0033326526488

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Champagne Producers Dept Haute Marne

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Champagne Producers Dept Haute Marne

Champagne Producers Dept Haute Marne

Champagne, also called champagne, is a French sparkling wine with a protected designation of origin whose regulations required several centuries of gestation. Its name comes from the Champagne region of north eastern France. The geographical demarcation, grape varieties, yields and overall production of champagne are the main characteristics of the appellation.

Drawn mainly from three grapes: Pinot Noir, Pinot-Meunier and Chardonnay. Champagne vineyard produces mostly sparkling white wines.

Champagne Domaine Les Coteaux De Coiffy

11 Rue des Bourgeois Coiffy Le Haut 52400 France

www.coteaux-de-coiffy.com

renautlaurent@aol.com

Phone 0033325848012 Fax 0033325848012

Champagne Domaine Florence Pelletier

3 Rue Des Bourgeois Coiffy Le Haut 52400 France

www.florence-pelletier-coiffy.com

caves-de-coiffy@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033325902112 Fax 0033325844865

Champagne Domaine Le Muid Montsaugeonnais

23 Avenue De Bourgogne Vaux Sous Aubigny 52190 France

www.muid-online.com

muidmontsaugeonnais@orange.fr

Phone 0033325900465 Fax 0033325900465

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Champagne Dumont

60 Route Des Fontaines Taluyers 69440 France

www.clos-st-marc.com

contact@clos-st-marc.com

Phone 0033478482678 Fax 0033478487791

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Champagne Producers Damery Region Marne Dept France

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Champagne Producers Damery Region Marne Dept France

Champagne Producers Damery Region Marne

Dept France

Champagne, also called champagne, is a French sparkling wine with a protected designation of origin whose regulations required several centuries of gestation. Its name comes from the Champagne region of north eastern France. The geographical demarcation, grape varieties, yields and overall production of champagne are the main characteristics of the appellation.

Drawn mainly from three grapes: Pinot Noir, Pinot-Meunier and Chardonnay. Champagne vineyard produces mostly sparkling white wines.

Champagne Marc

1 Rue du Creux Chemin Lleury La Rivière 51480 France

www.champagne-marc.fr

contact@champagne-marc.fr

Phone 0033326584688 Fax 0033326594821

Champagne Martin Philippe

355 Rue du Bois des Jots Cumières 51480 France

www.champagne-philippe-martin.fr

martinp@hexanet.fr

Phone 0033326553037 Fax 0033326559281

Champagne Vely Rasselet

4 Rue Du Château Reuil 51480 France

champagnevelyrasselet@club-internet.fr

Phone 0033326583860 Fax 0033326571550

Champagne de Telmont

1, avenue de Champagne - B P 17 Damery 51480 France

www.champagne-de-telmont.com

info@champagne-de-telmont.com

Phone 0033326584033 Fax 0033326586393

Champagne de Venoge

51480 France

www.champagnedevenoge.com

infos@champagnedevenoge.com

Phone 0033326533434 Fax 0033326533435

Champagne Lenoble A.R

35, rue Paul Douce - BP 6 Damery 51480 France

www.champagne-lenoble.com

contact@champagne-lenoble.com

Phone 0033326584260 Fax 0033326586557

Champagne Veuve Maître Geoffroy

116, Rue Gaston-Poittevin Cumières 51480 France

www.champagne-maitre-geoffroy.com

th.maitre@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326552987 Fax 0033326518577

Champagne Autréau Lasnot

6 rue du Château Venteuil 51480 France

www.champagne-autreau-lasnot.com

info@champagne-autreau-lasnot.com

Phone 0033326584935 Fax 0033326586544

Champagne Pierre Bertrand

166 rue Louis Dupont Cumieres 51480 France

www.champagnepierrebertrand.com

bertrand.pierre7@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326540824 Fax 0033326552208

Champagne Jean Luc Bondon

24-26 Grande Rue Reuil 51480 France

www.champagnebondonjl.com

contact@champagnebondonjl.com

Phone 0033326583887 Fax 0033326583887

Champagne Raymond Boulard

13, Place du Général de Gaulle La Neuville aux Larris 51480 France

www.champagne-boulard.fr

dominboulard@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326514631 Phone 2 0033611293183 Fax 0033326514631

Château De Boursault

Champagne Château de Boursault

Boursault 51480 France

www.champagnechateau.com

info@champagnechateau.com

Phone 0033326584221 Fax 0033326586612

Champagne J Clément

1, Rue de l'avenir, Reuil 51480 France

www.champagne-clement.fr

champj.clement@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326580008 Fax 0033326571064

Champagne Comte De Lantage

49 Grande Rue Mareuil Le Port 51480 France

www.lantage.com

lantage@lantage.com

Phone 0033326511139 Phone 2 0033326510296 Fax 0033326511141

Champagne Henri David Heucq

Route de Romery Fleury-la-Rivière 51480 France

www.davidheucq.fr

champ.david-heucq@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326584719 Fax 0033326523625

Domaine Maurice Delabaye et Fils

16 Rue Anatole France Damery 51480 France

scev-delabaye@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326519491 Fax 0033326520473

Champagne Michel Dervin

Route De Belval Cuchery 51480 France

dervin.michel@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326581522 Fax 0033326581112

Champagne Jacques Devillers

19 rue De Paradis La Neuville Aux larris 51480 France

devillers.jacques@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326581404 Fax 0033326594073

Champagne Dourdon Vieillard

8 Rue Des Vignes Reuil 51480 France

www.champagne-dourdon-vieillard.fr

dourdonvieillard@aol.com

Phone 0033326580638 Fax 0033326583513

Champagne Dubois Père & Fils

Route d'Arty Venteuil 51480 France

redempteur@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326584837 Fax 0033326586346

Champagne Alexandre Filaine

17 Rue Raymond Poincaré Damery, 51480 France

fgass@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326588839

Champagne René Géoffroy

4 Rue Jeanson Ay 51480 France

www.champagne-geoffroy.com

info@champagne-geoffroy.com

Phone 0033326553231 Fax 0033326546650

Champagne Maurice Grumier

13, route d'Arty Venteuil 51480 France

www.champagne-maurice-grumier.com

contact@champagne-maurice-grumier.com

Phone 0033326584810 Fax 0033326586608

Champagne Jean Noël Haton

5 Avenue Jean Mermoz Damery 51480 France

www.champagne-haton.com

contact@champagne-haton.com

Phone 0033326584045 Fax 0033326586355

Champagne Haton & Fils

3 Avenue Jean Mermoz Damery 51480 France

www.champagnehatonetfils.com

contact@champagnehatonetfils.com

Phone 0033326484111 Fax 0033326584598

Champagne Le Gallais

2 rue Maurice Gilbert Boursault 51480 France

www.champagnelegallais.com

Phone 0033326586315 Phone 2 0033603230768 Fax 0033326589455

Champagne Henri Lemaire

13 Rue Raymond Poincaré Damery 51480 France

www.champagne-henri-lemaire.fr

champagne-lemairefourny@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326538312 Fax 0033326590114

Champagne Patrice Marc

1 Rue du Creux Chemin Fleury La Rivierre 51480 France

www.champagne-marc.fr

contact@champagne-marc.fr

Phone 0033326584699 Phone 2 0033608925801 Fax 0033326594821

Champagne Potel Prieux

10, Rue de Champagne Venteuil 51480 France

potel-prieux@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326584859 Fax 0033326586811

Champagne Yannic Prévoteau

4 Bis Avenue De Champagne Damery 51480 France

www.champagne-yannick-prevoteau.fr

contact@champagne-prevoteau.fr

Phone 0033326584165 Fax 0033326586105

Champagne Prévoteau Perrier

15 Rue André Marginot Damery 51480 France

www.champagne-prevoteau-perrier.fr

champagneprevoteau-perrier@wanadoo.fr

Phone 0033326584156 Fax 0033326586588

Champagne Louis Régnier

10 Avenue Champagne Damery 51480 France

Phone 0033326523935 Fax 0033326523935

Champagne Sanchez Le Guédard

106, Rue Gaston Poittevin Cumières 51480 France

champagne-sanchez-le-guedard.com

contact@champagne-sangez-le-guedard.com

Phone 0033326516639 Fax 0033326516639

Champagne Tarlant

21 Rue De La Coopérative Oeuilly 51480 France

www.tarlant.com

champagne@tarlant.com

Phone 0033326583060 Fax 0033326583731

Champagne J De Telmont

1 Avenue De Champagne Damery 51480 France

www.champagne-de-telmont.com

info@champagne-de-telmont.com

Phone 0033326584033 Fax 0033326586393

Champagne Thibaut Schloesser

21 Rue Saint Vincent Romery 51480 France

www.champagnetribaut.fr

contact@champagne-tribaut.com

Phone 0033326586421 Fax 0033326584408

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Viticulture in Georgia

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Viticulture in Georgia

Viticulture in Georgia

With a Population over 9.6 million, Georgia: it is a State of South America. With for capital Atlanta, surrounded by Alabama to the west, Tennessee and North Carolina to the north South-Carolina and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Florida to the South, with a Gulf of Mexico access.

Are named is from King George II, King of Great Britain and Ireland 1683-1760).

Georgia was established in 1733 by British to counter the Spanish expansion in Florida, with the establishment of Savannah city.

Covering an area of ​​152,577 km², it is the largest state in the country, with to the east the Mississippi River and the Appalachian Mountains to the north, south and east, for their benefit, the Coastal plain.

Are climate is subtropical and humid. It is crossed by many rivers such as: Savannah at the border of Georgia and South Carolina, the Ogeechee, the Altamaha, the Satilla, St Marys border of Georgia and Florida, Suwannee River and Withlacoochee, Alapacha its tributaries, of the Chattahoochee and Apalachicola River, the Coosa River and the Little Tennessee River.

Despite are hot and humid climate, there is the also some vineyards, which are the numbers of 38, with nearly 168 references, throughout the state of Georgia.

Among which were found grape varieties: Red Muscadine, White- Muscadine, Blush, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Carlos Red, Chardonnay, Chenin-Blanc, Concord-Red Gewürztraminer, Grenache-Rose, Meritage, Malbec, Merlot, Mourvèdre Norton, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Sangiovese, Sangiovese-Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Zinfandel, Seyval Blanc, Vidal Blanc, Viognier , Traminette, and traditional method wines with fortified wines and Blanc de Blanc.

We can find to some fruit wines like:- Lychee Wine, Mango-Wine, Raspberry Wine-Sherry-Wine, Blackberry Wine, Apple-Wine, Plum Wine, Peach Wine.

Winemakers of Georgia encourage anyone to visit and discover the vineyards of this part of the United States.

The combination of mountain terrain, soil texture, drainage and altitude allows the vines to produce wines that reveal membership in a soil.

Soil composition is very similar to Piedmont soil in Italy, which produces some of the most prestigious wines in the world.

Do not hesitate to discover what happens when the ground, the mountains and the sun of Georgia fits together.

You will find Beds & breakfasts, comfortable, with rustic rooms and accommodation, ideally located on the Georgia wine route Open all year.

Once there, you will know why people are smiling. When they offer you a glass of wine, then you will hold something as impressive as the landscape of the mountains of Georgia. Grapes are the passion of those tenants, and clusters in the vineyards produce, wines that are gaining national recognition and allows the emergence of the North Georgia as a leading wine region.

Visitors will discover in these mountains the perfect place to escape the routine and an exceptional experience.

Pursuing your outdoor excursion can be done with runs of golf, a bike ride in the mountains of the hinterland, with the ability to come camping, and rafting on mountains rivers.

Country inns, you will savor the local cuisine, accompanied by a wine country of Georgia. Relax and smille Will be the appointment.

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Florida vines

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Florida vines

Florida vines

Florida, US State suited on the South East Coast of the Mexico Gulf. Bordered, on the North West by Alabama, on Northern by Georgia and on east by the Atlantic Ocean.

It is the Third most populous state in the United States, has an area of ​​155,369 km2. With its politics capital Tallahassee, but the city of Miami is the most populous, with 5.5 million inhabitants.

Florida in the form of "stove tail, long of 700 km and dominated by the omnipresence of water, with the Everglades is one of the most famous national parks, area of ​​alligators and manatees.

Are relief is characterized by a low altitude, with a peak reaching only 105 meters, as well some grounds sedimentary,

Are climate is subtropical in the north and tropical in the south, with under constant threat of hurricanes, does not prevent the cultivation of the vine.

Did you know that despite are hot and humid climate, there is the also some vineyards, which are the numbers from 26, for more than a hundred references, throughout Florida State.

Among which were found varietals: Aurora-White Muscadine, Barbera, blush, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carlos Red, Chardonnay, Chianti Red Gamay Red Gamay White, Merlot, Niagara-White, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir , Riesling, Sangiovese, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Zinfandel White Zinfandel, Zinfandel-Rose. As well as wines from traditional method and fortified wines

And fruit wines like: Lychee-Wine, Mango-Wine, Raspberry Wine and Sherry-Wine

Spread wholes state, you will not have to go far to enjoy the visit to a cellar. Or all of Florida's vineyards offer wine tasting.

Each is unique in size, appearance and volume, many farmers grow indigenous varieties and indigenous or exotic fruit wines and citrus. With some table wines, sparkling and dessert wine.

Cellars are open to the public for tours, tastings and sales at least 30 hours each week.

In most cases, special events and festivals will you offer for a day trip or a weekend, an educational experience for anyone wishing to improve their knowledge.

The potential of Florida for growing grapes hinged on the development of new varieties resistant to Pierce's disease, discovered in 1892 by Newton Barris Pierce near Anaheim.

In 1923, a program launched at the University of Florida, has enabled the development of many varieties resistant to disease and adapted to the soil and climate of Florida. Many of these are hybrid bundles, are excellent for wine production .

French Huguenots who settled in North America in 1562, made wine from wild Muscat grapes, the first reference to wine made from grapes grown in the New World.

Most of Florida's wines are made from Muscat grapes - a variety of grapes that contain the highest levels of antioxidants ever tested in a natural product. Muscat grapes are not fat, high in fiber and rich in antioxidants.

Researchers have shown that moderate drinking may reduce heart attacks by 50 percent.

Find out what wines of Florida and wineries have to offer, you will not be disappointed.

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The vineyards of Mississippi

Publié le par Philippe Josse

The vineyards of Mississippi

The vineyards of Mississippi

Located in the southern United States, on the Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi is a flat land, except for some hilly areas, there is a region of low alluvial and wetlands. Only in the North East it exceeds 250 m, bordering the Gulf of Mexico, its coast is flat and sandy

The name "Mississippi" is derived from two words in the language of Chippewa Natives "mici" (large) and zibi (river). Mississippi "Father of Waters"

State of the southern United States. It is bordered to the North-West by Louisiana and Arkansas to the north by Tennessee, on the east by Alabama and south by the Gulf of Mexico and the Pearl River, which forms part of the border Mississippi and Louisiana, other rivers are: the Mississippi River. and its tributaries: Big Black River The Yazoo River The Pascagoula River The Tombigbee River, a tributary of the Mobile River.

Poor and agricultural states, Mississippi operates many natural resources such as corn, sugar cane, soybeans and wheat, and also the third producer of cotton in the United States and some large deposits of oil.

The climate is humid & subtropical; but frequent cold spells may drop the thermometer below zero. Only in winter with a heavy rain season from December to March

Despite this and a Mississippi climate, that little be extremely hot and humid, we find some vineyards, which are the numbers from six to nearly 50 references.

Among which were found varietals: Muscadine, Gewürztraminer, Cabernet Sauvignon, Barbera Red, Chardonnay, Chianti Red Edelzwicker, Malbec, Merlot, Muscat, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Zinfandel Rosé-and wine Rosé with some Traditional Method

Crossing the Mississippi state , visitors will borrow the famous Route du Blues, birth place of American music, from blues to rock 'n roll with the lords of the music as Robert Johnson.

For the visitor, a cruise on the Mississippi makes a dive to the depths of the Old South, back when cotton was king. A browsing the "great river" revitalized again by the paddle boats, and vehicle embodies the soul of the country that has changed little since the Civil War,

watering, riverbanks and sleepy countryside dotted with small towns and villages which wake during pilgrimages or festivals. Or find countless historic buildings, museums, drugstores and murals around their square planted with oaks and dominated by the venerable courthouse, flanked by the Confederate Monument.

Throughout the state, the famous colonial houses with white porticos, echo the cotton fields that reflect the colonial past. If your are visiting some equivalent to dive back into history.

Not to mention the unique southern cooking. Which offers the opportunity to taste the specialty of the state, "fried catfish", but also to many dishes made in the luggage of Mexican migrants, or "Hushpuppies" family donut, or delicious "mud cakes", small chocolate fondants. The kitchen is part of the story for Mississippi people and every festival is the opportunity to taste traditional dishes.

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Napa Valley vineyard

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Napa Valley vineyard

Napa Valley vineyard

Napa Valley, with nearly 600 wineries and over 2,500 different wines this valley is the First Wine region of California, located in Napa County, north of San Francisco, is considered like the best wine-producing regions known in the US.

With a Mediterranean climate conducive to growing grapes, are wines dating back to the nineteenth century. It is crossed by the Wine Road called Silverado Trail, Route 29 in California.

It is surrounded by the chain of Mayacanas Mountains to the west and north, and the chain Vaca Mountains to the east, with several small valleys between the two mountain ranges, including the main valley located 110 m above sea level, at the foot of Mont Saint Helena.

The soil consists mainly of sediments previously deposited by the tides of San Pablo Bay, whiles the ground at the north, is volcanic origin and contains a large amount of lava and ash.

Several microclimates exist within the region.

The north is sheltered and protected by the mountains, enjoys a warm climate. While the south of the valley enjoys a cool climate due to its proximity to the San Pablo Bay to the season of grapes growth. The eastern part of the valley tends to be drier because of winter storms bringing rain to the mountains and hills from west.

The culture of the vine and wine are the main resources of the economy of Napa Valley.

Visiting wineries & vines can does with the Napa Valley Wine Train, which is an original way to explore the landscape of the valley and vineyards.

The number of tourists coming to taste the wines of the valley is estimated at over 4 million, making this region the second tourist destination in California.

With the possibility also benefited from the regional culture and a Mediterranean lifestyle. This region is also known for its restaurants, some of which are several Michelin-starred, allowing you to satisfy your culinary curiosity.

Wild vine certainly ran in abundance at the beginning, in the Napa Valley, but it took George Calvert Yount, the settlers to exploit the growing potential of the region.

George Calvert Yount built one of the first farms in the region and was the first to plant grapes in Napa Valley in 1839. Soon after, other pioneers have contributed to introducing the first grapes Vitis vinifera in the region.

Today 95% of the vineyards are family businesses, resulting in a low yield of grapes, to profits of a product quality, what makes the famous wines of Napa Valley. But with only an eighth % of the valley is planted with Bordeaux varietals.

Napa Valley is known for its wines, innovative and focused on quality it ranks among the best in the world, including fat to a wide variety of soils, a unique microclimate and the work of winemakers who are refining their cultural practices grapes to produce the best wines possible.

Among the internationally renowned varietals wines produced in this valley have found them: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Cabernet Franc, Barbera-Red, Dolcetto, Gamay, Grenache, Malbec, Mendocino, Mourvèdre, Nebbiolo, Petit Verdot, Petite Syrah, Pinotage, Primitivo, Sangiovese, Tempranillo, Meritage wines and Blended wines

In white wines have found: Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Charbono, Chenin Blanc, Fumé Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Marsanne, Moscato, Muscat, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Roussanne, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Viognier, Albariño, as well as traditional method wines.

Napa Valley is one of the few wine regions to have an experimental university for the cultivation of the vine. The UC Davis Field Station, located in Oakville, working exclusively to improve viticulture practices both locally and globally.

But in this valley you will find other culinary wonders for your tasting pleasure from farms nearby.

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Viticulture in New Zealand

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Viticulture in New Zealand

Viticulture in New Zealand

Located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, New Zealand consists of two main islands and numerous smaller islands together.

The North Island and the South Island, with a length of 1500 km and 200 km wide.

Temperate and humid, with rainfall distributed throughout the year the climate is pleasant nonetheless. Swept by moist westerly winds

From one season to the othe, differences between day and night are virtually nonexistent.

The islands are oriented on a north-south axis, only the western islands is affected, protected by mountains from the center of the islands, it falls much less rain in the east and west, which gives conditions ideal for viticulture.

The vine was introduced in the nineteenth century in New Zealand by an English missionary in Kerikeri, in the far north. It was developed some time after James Busby.

New Zealand wines have been discovered in the past twenty years. The quality of wines made ​​today, they conquered the world. The New Zealand, attribute the success of their wines in their countries.

In 2001 there were 382 vineyards, whose exports reached $ 200 million.

It excites eight wine regions in New Zealand, Gisborne Region, the Auckland region, the region of Hawkes Bay, the Wairarapa region, Marlborough, Nelson Region, Canterbury Region and Region Central Otago .

New Zealand wines are distinguished by their qualities, the secret of this quality up to climatic condition of the country, but also the expertise of winemakers, completed with modern vinification method. New Zealand ,use of natural and biological resources, for lute against diseases and insects.

The pervasive influence, of the Pacific Ocean that vines have grown east of the mountains away from moist wind from the west. Hawke's Bay was the first to make efforts to produce Cabernet Sauvignon but its climate, excessive and fertile soils have produced wines labeled vegetal aromas crops.

Northland, this region is the hottest, or is planted Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay on shallow and sandy clay to volcanic basement clay soils.

In the Auckland region, which extends around the capital, the vineyard connects the West Coast to the East Coast. In a hot and humid climate, it produces red grapes as white on silty shallow gently sloping soils, and clay dominance.

Among the varieties grown have found the Chardonnay, Gewürztraminer, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Pinotage, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Malbec, Montepulciano, Pinot Gris, Viognier, Breidecker, Pinot Grigio, Semillon, Chambourcin , Dolcetto, Sangiovese, Red, Petit Verdot, as well as fortified wines such as sherry or Porto

New Zealand

Located about 2,000 km from Australia which it is separated by the Tasman Sea, New Zealand is geographically isolated. This isolation has allowed the development of flora and a rich and diverse endemic fauna.

Estimated at about 4 million people in 2013, is mostly of European origin, while Maori are the largest minority

Like the economic miracles, that have taken place in many English-speaking countries such as Canada, Ireland and Australia, and characterized by very high rates of growth and a management of exemplary country.

New Zealand known to turn a similar period since the late 2000s, New Zealand has a record rise in its HDI from 21st to 3rd place in the world rankings, behind Norway and Australia.

Agriculture has been and remains the industry's most important export of New Zealand, about a sixth of New Zealand's exports of products from dairy cows: milk powder, cheese, butter, There are more 4 million dairy cows, the sheep farms are mainly located in the Canterbury region

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Vineyards in the province of Salta

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Vineyards in the province of Salta

Vineyards in the province of Salta

As in all of South America, Jesuits introduced vine in this region.

The winemaking tradition dates from the 19th century , in recent years, the cellars were equipped with the latest technology, allowing them to produce wines of high quality.

Calchaquíes valleys , especially in Cafayate, producing for 90 % of the vines with 3,200 hectares of cultivated vineyards. All the rest is distributed between Cachi , Molinos and San Carlos , who are also producing towns wines

The vines are grown in these valleys from 2,400 m. to 3,000 m over the sea and are among the highest in the world, with 520 km of roads have through more than 2,500 hectares of vines grown

Rare rains, and high thermal amplitude, obtain to the fruit some concentrates and robust wines with a great personality. Soils are sandy sediments, provide good drainage condition .

Torrontés is like in the rest of Argentina the most cultivated grape , among other grape varieties were found , Malbec , Cabernet Sauvignon, Tannat , Syrah , Tempranillo, Pinot Noir, Bonarda , Cabernet Franc , Merlot, Carmenere , and blended wines .

For white varietals found Torrontes , Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc , Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling , Viognier , Pinot Grigio , and wines traditional method.

The gastronomy of Salta is a gem , with hearty regional dishes inherited from ancient recipes and perfectly accompany wines .

This region of Salta is of singular beauty , and is located in a privileged by its enormous natural and cultural wealth inherited from the former nation Diaguita place - Calchaquí . it offers a range of varied landscapes combine, the puna valley, the forest, and gorges.

These descendants of the empire Inca.et their artisans are many attractions along the road wine of the province.

With boutiques hotels, and , spas, which offer many opportunities for you to stay and relax in a regulated environment vine . Accompanied by the friendliness of the people , and the authenticity of their kitchen,

Province of Salta

Is a region of Argentina, located in the extreme northwest of the country. It is bordered to the north by the province of Jujuy and Bolivia, to the east by Paraguay, Formosa and Chaco Province , on the south by the provinces of Santiago del Estero, Tucumán and Catamarca finally the west by Chile.

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