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Viticulture in Iowa

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Viticulture in Iowa

Viticulture in Iowa

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Iowa Located In US Midwest, it is bordered by Mississippi River on the east, Missouri River and the Big Sioux River to the west and surrounded by Wisconsin to the northeast, Illinois to the south east, Minnesota to the north, South Dakota to the northwest, Nebraska to the southwest, Kansas and Missouri to the south.

Is to the only state whose borders east and west by fully formed rivers.

Are named is from Iowas, One of Many American native tribes lived in the region before the European arrival.

Iowa was part of the French colony of New France. After the Louisiana Purchase, settlers laid the foundation of an economy based on agriculture, heart of the Corn Belt and after in the middle of twentieth century, the agricultural economy of Iowa turned towards an economy more Diversified : industries, financial services, biotechnology, and green energy production.

Vineyard State, we finds have many vineyards in number of: 83 for nearly 511 references

Parmit the what have found the grapes: Barbera-Red, blush, white white, Brianna, Brunello, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Franc Rosé, Cabernet Sauvignon, Catawba, Chambourcin-Red, Chancellor Red, Chancellor White, Chardonel, Chardonnay , Chenin Blanc, Chianti-Red, Red-Concord, Concord-White, DeChaunac, Edelweiss, Eldelberry-Wine, Grey Frontenac, Frontenac Rosé, Cynthiana-White, Red-Frontenac, Gewürztraminer, LaCrescent, LaCrosse, Leon Millot, Maréchal- Foch, Marquette-Red, Merlot, Merlot-White, Moscato, Muscat, Nebbiolo-Red, Niagara-White, Norton, Pinot Blanc, Petite Syrah, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Saint Croix, Saint Vincent, Saint -Croix, St. Pepin, Red-Sangiovese, Sauvignon Blanc, Seyval Blanc, Syrah, Tempranillo, Traminette, Vidal Blanc, Vignoles, Viognier, Zinfandel. White Zinfandel.

As well as the traditional method wines, white wines and red wines assemblies, Meritage, Red Bay and wine from fruits like Apple-Wine, Blackberry-Wine, Black-Currant-Wine, Blueberry-Wine, Cranberry- Wine, Wine-Peach, Pear-Wine, Wine Plum, Raspberry-Wine, Rhubard-Wine, Sherry-Wine, Strawberry-Wine, and fortified wines such as port.

True wine region, Iowa produces 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.

The vine in Iowa began to grow in 1860, with the first early settlers who arrived with their vines feet in baggage subsequently viticulture was almost exterminated by extremely cold winters, and wine industry has almost disappeared with it.

Today the revival of viticulture and oenology , is starting again at the heart of the wine route in Iowa are thereby reviving with past.

Visitors, tourists and locals are invited to rediscover this Iowa heritage, who came close to disappearing. Winemakers and wine shops are ready to welcome you, and you will certainly be pleasantly surprised by your findings

The cold climate of this region selects the grapes grown, Iowa wine growers and other parts of North America are familiar with that problem by selecting varieties that are resistant to harsh winters with short growing seasons, and to be productive and meet the requirements of fresh market or processing.

Distributed today over central third of state, from north to south.

The heart of the Iowa Route des Vines has over thirteen wineries that work together to promote the wine industry, everyone is welcome when the wineries are open especially during the off-season

Without forgotten the fun who is begins when you are traveling along the wine route.

If you are going through Iowa, do not hesitate to take a weekend or a day of your time to discover one of the wine routes. Some you will be delighted by your discoveries, or along the road shop giftware are welcome to accompany you to entertaining events, where wineries and wine shops or are always eager to serve you some wines quality from their cellars.

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The vine in Illinois

Publié le par Philippe Josse

The vine in Illinois

The vine in Illinois

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Illinois is a state of the US Midwest, bordered to the north-east by Michigan Lake, surrounded by the north with Wisconsin, to the west by Iowa and Missouri, to the south by Kentucky, and to the east By Indiana.

With Springfield city for capital and Chicago as third largest city in the US

Located in the heart of Great Lakes, Illinois is a shipping center: with the Port of Chicago that connects to the Atlantic Ocean with the St. Lawrence River and to the Mississippi with Illinois River

Its name comes from the Native American tribe of Illinois. (Algonquin "warriors), brave men." the French spelling is due to the French settlers who lived in Illinois.

Wine industry of Illinois has exploded in recent years with only 14 vineyards in 1997 to over 100 today for about 550 references.

Among the grape varieties which have found:-Barbera Red, Blush, Cabernet Franc, Brunello, Cabernet Sauvignon, Catawba, Cayuga-Red, Red-Chambourcin, Chancellor White, Chardonel, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Red Concord, Chianti- Red, Black Corot, Cynthiana-White, Edelweissn Frontenac-Red, Red-Gamay, Gewürztraminer, Grenache, Grenache-Rose, LaCrescent, Lambrusco-Red, LaCrosse, Leon Millot, Malbec, Marshal Foch, Merlot, Red-Muscadine, Muscat, Muscat Canelli, Niagara-White, Norton, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Riesling, St. Croix, St. Pepin, Red-Sangiovese, Sauvignon Blanc, Seyval Blanc, Syrah, Traminette, Vidal Blanc, Vignoles, Viognier, Zinfandel, Zinfandel White.

As well as the traditional method wines, assemblies white wines and Red wines and Meritage, Bay wines and fruits wines like : Apple-Wine, Blackberry-Wine, Black-Currant-Wine, Blueberry-Wine, Peach- Wine, Plum Wine, Raspberry-Wine, Rhubard-Wine, Sherry-Wine, Strawberry-Wine, and fortified wines such as ports

True wine region, north Illinois produces 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.

Its geology is largely come from the Wisconsin Glaciations which affected North America between 7000 and 85000 BC. BC to have extended of its ice cap to the south of Great Lakes county today, at the end of this period the Great Lakes were formed, the region is now covered by a layer of loess very fertile product of glacial erosion.

Northern Illinois is home, of the vineyards region with Fox River Valley you'll discover some tasting rooms dispersed in rustic countryside with an urban elegance, you will find an abundance of wineries and vineyards each with their own distinctive atmosphere. Many of them are offer a complete service, with guided tours of wine production of and vineyards, accompanied by a tasting and a meal.

Book your visit during a weekend that includes one or more of the many annual wine festivals, with the beauty of the incomparable landscapes of the Northwest and Galena Illinois.

Family wineries and vineyards are there to greet you with unparalleled hospitality of Midwest and enjoy a good meal in one of the gourmet local restaurants.

Further south in the Shawnee Hills region, visiting the mountains, you can discover the wine route in the region that includes a dozen vineyards.

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Arkansas Vineyard

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Arkansas Vineyard

Arkansas Vineyard

The Arkansas:

Arkansas, is a southern state of the United States, surrounded by six states: Oklahoma to the west, north by Missouri, Tennessee and Mississippi to the east Texas and Louisiana in south ,for an area of ​​137,732 km2. with a population of 2,915,918 inhabitants

Its capital Little Rock is situated in center territory.

His landscapes are varied with mountain ranges such Ozarks Mountains or the Ouachita Mountains and forests like Arkansas Timberlands and further east it is Mssissippi and the plains of Arkansas delta.

Its name comes from Native American Sioux language that designates the Quapaw.

Arkansas is predominated by agricultural, in addition to traditional product Soya plantations, and spatialized in arboriculture and chicken farming, with very few wineries.

Although at predominantly agricultural, Arkansas viticulture is reduced in number of few wineries with almost 70 references, and divided into three wine regions because of the climate, soil and altitude.

Among the grape varieties which have found Albariño, Red-Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Rosé-Cayuga, Chambourcin-Red, White-Chambourcin, Chardonnay, Colombard, Cynthiana-Red, Merlot, Moscato, Muscadine-Red, Rosé-Muscadine, Muscadine -White, Niagara-Rose, Niagara-White, Petite Syrah, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sangiovese-Red, Sangiovese-Rose, Seyval Blanc, Syrah, Tempranillo, Verdelho, Vermentino, Vidal Blanc, Viognier, Zinfandel, Zinfandel-Rose.

As well as wines from Red assemblies, and berry wines and Fruits as: Edelweiss, Elderberry-Wine, Strawberry-Wine

Each winery offers to the visitors a unique view of vine growing and winemaking, with gift shops and tasting rooms.

Events and Festivals occur throughout the year in the wine regions of Arkansas. Visitors wishing to come and discover Arkansas wine roads are encouraged to visit websites of the wineries, information on events are published there.

Originally a colony of German immigrants and Switzerland settled in Altus (Franklin County) in 1870. These early settlers recognized the potential for wine grape production in region of foothills of the Ozark Mountains.

The mountains in north of Boston and the small flat elevation above mountains provided a necessary protection against spring frosts, with a soil well suited to grape production.

The first vineyards were established in the Tontitown region, but none of them are working today. Before Prohibition, there were over a hundred vineyards today there is just seven Vineyards.

Arkansas Wine Route is an ideal destination in south-central United States for tourism along the wine trails of Arkansas, the Visitors can not only enjoy the tips of each producer, but also have the chance to see beautiful scenery, and stop at historical sites, or explore the picturesque towns along the trail.

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The Tennessee vineyard

Publié le par Philippe Josse

The Tennessee vineyard

The Tennessee vineyard

Tennessee (in Cherokee ᏔᎾᏏ) is a southern state of United States and is surrounded to the north by Kentucky and Virginia to the east by North Carolina, southern Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi and west by Arkansas and Missouri.

Originally occupied by Natives American; Chickasaws, Creeks and Cherokees. Discovery and Explored by the Spaniard Hernando de Soto in 1540 and then, in the late seventeenth century by the French Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet going down the Mississippi, in 1673. Then in 1763, the region came under British rule.

Divided by three main areas, Eastern Tennessee, central Tennessee, and West Tennessee.

It is traversed by Tennessee river tributary of Ohio River, formed by the confluence of the Holston and French Broad rivers and from Knoxville, it flows southwest through East Tennessee before entering Alabama.

Are maximum altitude is 2,025 meters with Mount Clingmans Dome, bordering eastern Tennessee.

State wine vineyards are some forty wineries, with nearly 293 references

Among the grape varieties which have found Baco-Noir White-du-Bois, blush, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Catawba, Cayuga-Red, Red-Chambourcin, Chardonel, Chardonnay, Concord-Red, White-Cynthiana, Edelweiss, Gewürztraminer, LaCrescent, Leon Millot, Marechal Foch, Merlot, Red-Muscadine, Muscat, Muskat-Ottonel, Niagara-White, Norton, Petit Verdot, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Pinotage, Riesling, Saint Croix, Sangiovèse- Red, Sauvignon Blanc, Seyval Blanc, Syrah, Traminette, Vidal Blanc, Viognier, Zinfandel, Zinfandel White Zinfandel-Rose.

As well us found some wines from traditional method and assemblies Red white wines, Meritage wine, Bay wine and fruits wine such as: Blackberry-Wine, Wine-Peach, Strawberry-Wine and fortified wines like ports.

Florissant in 1800 Tennessee vineyards, that were mainly in areas unsuitable for other agricultural uses.

Become one of the most important crops of Tennessee, at prohibition time in 1919 but an end to this promise of growing grapes.

The rebirth of growing grapes in Tennessee has returned in the last quarter of the 20th century, in 1973 viticulture and enology resumed remarkably in Clarksville Tennessee with the wine and wine Society.

Today TFWA and TVOS (Alliance of Tennessee farms and winemakers)

Coordinating efforts to promote the interests of Tennessee winemakers, and facilitate the relationship between producers & wineries.

Wine roads are trained together several wineries and vineyards, encourage visitors to visit vineyards and the Tennessee countryside.

Few away from one to another, these wineries can be discover all in two days with the Wine Trail. That you can use to visit the cellars from Nashville.

Every year a wine festival is organized with artisans, cook, farmers, winemakers, proposers a wide range of items made by hand, accompanied by local artists, all around a good table for you to taste the products surrounding farms.

This experience will guide newcomers to become experts in wine or improve their skills.

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Viticulture in Kentucky

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Viticulture in Kentucky

Viticulture in Kentucky

Kentucky

Kentucky is a commonwealth state, as only three other US states, bordering the Midwest and Deep South. It’s surrounded to the north by Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, to the east by West Virginia and Virginia, on the south by Tennessee and west by the Missouri.

Kentucky name is from Native American origin, attributed to different languages, with several possible meanings, including the Iroquois word "Ken-tah-ten", which means land of tomorrow.

According to Auguste Levasseur it means "river of blood".

The minimum temperatures recorded in January and reach -4 ° C. Maximum temperatures reach about 31 ° C them in July.

Also present in Kentucky Viticulture enjoys many vineyards that the numbers are 61, with nearly 320 references.

Among the grape varieties which have found: Red-Barbera, Barolo-Red, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Catawba, Cayuga-Red, Red-Chambourcin, Chardonel, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Chianti-Red, Colombard, Concord-Red, Cynthiana-White-Red Gamay, Gewürztraminer, Marshal Foch, Merlot, Red-Muscadine, Muscat, Niagara-White, Norton, Petite Syrah, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Roussanne, Red-Sangiovese, Sauvignon Blanc , Seyval Blanc, Syrah, Tempranillo, Traminette, Verdicchio, Vidal Blanc, Vignoles, Viognier, Zinfandel, Zinfandel White.

As well as white wines assemblies and Red, Meritage wine and bay, Blackberry-Wine, Blueberry-Wine, fruits wine: Peach-Wine, Pear-Wine, Plum Wine, Sherry-Wine, Strawberry-Wine and fortified wines like ports.

Kentucky is also the birthplace of the American bourbon whiskey in the county with Scottish and Irish immigrants who settled in the state in the early nineteenth century.

Are limestone is known for bourbon, and is also perfect for a wide variety of grapes. That is why the winemaker of the Marquis de Lafayette, Jean Jacques Dufour, planted the "first vineyard" in what is now Jessamine County, Kentucky, and US commercial industry of wine is born.

The long and rich history of Kentucky in viticulture and oenology, began in 1798, or the Kentucky Vineyard Society was founded, and was the third largest producer of grape wine en1860. During prohibition however, grubbed, which ruined the wine industry of Kentucky.

In recent years, many farmers in Kentucky are returned to viticulture. With government subsidies and with the support and expertise of specialists in horticulture and viticulture, which now allows the grape and wine industry reborn in Kentucky.

Aware that grape growers in Kentucky are mostly again came to growing grapes, KSU has developed a winemaking site. The site provides information that includes the establishment of a new vineyard, and its vineyard management, on pests and diseases as well as recommendations for information on vineyard control. Site selection, and information about the weather and climate.

It also focuses on developing the production of sustainable agriculture.

The best time to travel to Kentucky is between May and October. During these months, temperatures are mild and rainfall remains low.

During the Civil War, Kentucky declared neutral throughout the war.

Directly to the west of the Appalachian Kentucky is located just south of the Ohio River at the border between the Northern States and South Etas but by its history, its past including slavery, he rather belongs to the Southern States.

It stretches 610 km from east to west and 260 km from north to south, with nearly 4 million inhabitants spread over 100 000 km².

Is relief is quite marked in the east of the state. With the west end of the Appalachians, which separates the US within states of the Atlantic coast, are most elevate points is the Black-mountain at an altitude of 1263 m, belongs to the Cumberland Mountains.

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Port Phillip and vineyards

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Port Phillip and vineyards

Port Phillip and vineyards

Port Phillip Bay is a great Australian Bight, in south Melbourne. It is extended in the west by the Corio Bay.

Covering an area of ​​1930 km2, Port Phillip have 264 km of shore and a maximum depth of 24 m.

Surrounded is by the Mornington Peninsula and west by Bellarine, Port Phillip is lined with numerous small bays, like Beaumaris Bay, and beaches such as St Kilda and Brighton. The bay opens to the south on the Bass Strait, a mouthpiece between the tip Lonsdale west and Nepean Point to the east overlooking the Bass Strait, sea that separates mainland Australia from Tasmania.

True wine region, the wine route Port Phillip includes the Melbourne area, produces 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 has a large number of vineyards and wineries, with more than a dozen wine routes, 169 vineyards and nearly 1,000 references, the area of ​​the Port Phillip Bay is undoubtedly a region of wine industry.

Chardonnay, Syrah, Pinot Noir are varieties that dominate the Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula, Geelong, Sunbury and Macedon wine regions just outside Melbourne.

The unique climate and geography of each region combine to create grapes, for unique wines as different as the winemakers who produce them.

Take road and taste the difference in the tone of the surf coast to the volcanic plains, lush valley of the hinterland, taking in the beautiful scenery with wines that their match.

Among the finds which have varieties: Arneis, Barbera Red-White-de-Blanc, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet, Sauvignon-Rosé, Chambourcin-Red, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Colombard, Dolcetto, Durif, Fiano, Smoked -White, Gewürztraminer, Grenache, Lagrein, Malbec, Marsanne, Merlot, Merlot-Rosé, Monastrell, Moscato, Moscato-Rosé, Muscat, Nebbiolo, Nero-d'Avola, Petit Verdot, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Meunier, Pinot-Black-Rose, Black-White Pinot, Riesling, Sangiovese, Sangiovese-Rose, Sauvignon Blanc Savagnin, Semillon, Syrah, Syrah-Rosé Tempranillo, Tempranillo-Rose, Traminer, Verdelho , Vermentino, Viognier, Zinfandel.

As well as wines traditional method white and red, white and assemblies Wines Red fruit wines such as Kiwi-Wine, Strawberry-Wine.

On the wine roads .Offer yourself time for a weekend pleasure to enjoy a breathtaking view in the Coldstream Hills winery region. Open 7 days 7.

The vineyards provide the best tours for wine lovers wishing to sample a wide selection of award-winning wines.

With its mild climate, cold winters and hot summers with some precipitation from ocean,

Yarra Valley, Its located about 50 km north-east of Melbourne near the town of Coldstream is ideal for producing high quality wines and is known for producing some of the best Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays from Australia.

Escape the city life and have no hesitation in taking one of the five wine routes, crossing the picturesque landscape, just minutes from Melbourne's CBD. Choose from five wine regions that offer various unique special mixtures to their climates. Combine your selections with local specialties to a table of farms. Raise your glass and treat yourself to meats, fresh cheeses of local handicraft.

You can also enjoy seaside towns, farm stays, craft brewers and national parks like you've never seen. Besides beaches, Port Phillip Bay is the place of activity Nautical and Piacenza.

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Vineyards in Virginia

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Vineyards in Virginia

Vineyards in Virginia

Virginia

Founded in May 14, 1607, is a southern US state. With its capital Richmond and traditionally bears the name of Commonwealth of Virginia.

Bordering Atlantic Ocean with Chesapeake Bay to the east, it is surrounded by North Carolina and Tennessee to the south, with the Kentucky to the West, Maryland and the District of Columbia in the North and West Virginia to the West.

Its name comes from Queen Elizabeth 1er of England (1533-1603), known as the Virgin Queen because she never married.

First English colony of New World. Virginia is one of four states (out of 50) to use the title of the Commonwealth, with Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Kentucky.

It is part of the Thirteen colonies that founded the United States after Independence War.

It boasts a large number of vineyards and wineries, with over 24 wine routes, 230 vineyards and nearly 1300 references, Virginia is unquestionably a region of wine industry.

Among the grape varieties which have found: Baco-Boir, Barbera Red-White-to-White, Blush, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Franc Rosé, Cabernet Sauvignon, Catawba, Cayuga-Red, Red-Chambourcin, Chancellor White, Chardonel, Chardonnay, Claret, Red Concord, Cynthiana-White-Wine Eldelberry Frontenac-Red, Gewürztraminer, Grenache, Graciano, Red-Lafayette, Lemberger, Malbec, Marshal Foch, Marquette-Red, Merlot, Merlot Rosé, Merlot-White , Mourvèdre, Muscadine-White-Red Nebbiolo, Niagara-White, Norton, Petit Manseng, Petit Verdot, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Pinotage, Rivanna-Red, Riesling, Roussanne, Red-Sangiovese, Sauvignon Blanc, Seyval Blanc, Syrah, Symphony-Wine, Tempranillo, Traminette, Vidal Blanc, Vignoles, Viognier, Zinfandel, Zinfandel White.

As well as wines traditional method for white wines and Blend Wine, Meritage, Red Bay wines and fruits like: Cider, Apple-Wine, Blackberry-Wine, Black-Currant-Wine, Blueberry-Wine, Cranberry-Wine, Honey-Wine, Peach-Wine, Plum Wine, Raspberry Wine-Sherry-Wine, Strawberry-Wine.

True wine region, Virginia produces wine from many fruits which gives a production of dry and sweet wines. Most dry wines are from grape varietals while sweet wines are from fruit wines.

Known from 50 years, as a wine region. Handicraft production of Virginia today produced some great vintages

Do not hesitate to come discover picturesque landscapes of the region and take the opportunity for a wine tour which particularly introduces a booming industry. Today the wine estates are distributed throughout state, or you can combine tourism and tasting, many properties are located near historic sites.

As Mattaponi Winery, Native American Winery, one and a half hour drive from Yorktown located in Spotsylvania, or took place from 9 to 12 May 1864 a battle of American Civil war between the general Grant and general Lee. One of most horrific war battles.

Come and take a time to discover these wine routes of Virginia for a getaway or a romantic weekend and explore the flavors Virginia cuisine accompanied by a Virginia vintage to discover the soul.

Each of which is a unique experience, like : Frederick Wine Trail, Carroll Wine Trail, Chesapeake Wine Trail, Piedmont Wine Trail, Monticello Wine Traill without Forgot annual wine festival in Yorktown village, historic village with quintessential that see Marquis de Lafayette Fregate Hermione in 1780.

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Vineyard in North Carolina

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Vineyard in North Carolina

Vineyard in North Carolina

Colonized and occupied by Europeans in the 19th century

North Carolina is a southern state of United States. With its capital Raleigh, and Charlotte city as largest city. Bordering the Atlantic Ocean to the east, it is surrounded by South Carolina and Georgia to the south, with Tennessee and West Virginia to North.

He is one of the Thirteen Colonies that founded the United States after the Independence War.

Its name comes from the Latin Carolus (Charles), in honor of King Charles Ierd'Angleterre (who made the original land grant in 1629).

Its population is 9,535,483 inhabitants and area of ​​139,509 km2.

Largely rural, with Piedmont county, the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Appalachian chain, Cape Hatteras and the Outer Banks, it presents diverse landscapes without Forgot Mount Mitchell, the highest peak in the eastern United States.

It benefits also many vineyards that numbers are 100, with nearly 691 references.

Among which were found the grapes: Pinot Noir, Viognier, Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Gris, Gamay-Red, Muscat, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Malbec, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, Red-Chianti, Pinot Grigio, Sangiovese-Red, Vidal Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel, Petite Syrah, Zinfandel White, Red-Barbera, Chenin Blanc, Marechal Foch, Lemberger, Tempranillo, Nebbiolo-Red, Merlot-Rosé, Mourvèdre, Chardonel, Chambourcin-Red, Seyval Blanc, Traminette, Norton, Montepulciano, Merlot-White, Muscat Canelli, Barolo-Red, Red-Muscadine, Muscadine-White, Niagara-White-White Carlos, Carlos Red, Red-Frontenac, Leon Millot.

As well us found some wines from traditional method and assemblies Red white wines, Meritage wines and Bay like Blueberry-Wine, Wine-Raspberry, Strawberry-Wine, Wine-Peach, Cranberry-Wine, Wine-Blackberry Apple Wine and fortified wines like ports.

True wine region, North-Carolina produces wine from many fruits which gives a production of dry and sweet wines. Most dry wines are from grape varietals while sweet wines are from fruits.

The varied topography, mountains across the Piedmont, offers variety, soil structures that provide many opportunities for producers to create new surprising wines grown locally.

Heart of the wine region in North Carolina

The Yadkin Valley extends in seven regions in north western of North-Carolina, encompassing an area of ​​about (5666 km2) in the Yadkin River Valley.

Includes counties of Wilkes, Surry, Yadkin, and parts of Davie county, Davidson, Forsyth and Stokes.

It is located in the Piedmont and the foothills of Blue Ridge Mountains.

The area was long a tobacco-growing region, some contractors, and tobacco farmers have turned to wine making today.

In the past three decades, the wine grape research to adapt these to the climate, and soil, including organizations like Surry Community College, which served as a community resource for the wine-growing industry, offering programs certificate and diploma in viticulture and oenology.

Since 2003 the wine growers of region have obtained permission to bottle wines with a label indicating that the wine came from the Yadkin Valley

The superb combination of sun, soil and soul of wine-makers valleys gives recognition and unique features for these wines, with a number of wine producers today that continues to increase.

Every year festivals are an opportunity for wine lovers to come to the area and enjoyed the wineries and vineyards along the wine route that are naturally open to the public for a visit accompanied by wineries and vineyards, tasting and sales of their products.

With warm temperatures this picturesque region of North Carolina is a blank canvas waiting for you to create the perfect getaway, and from a hike in the mountains.

B & Bs, hotels and other lodging and restaurants, antique shops, art galleries, and wineries visits are selected to enhance your visit to the Yadkin Valley.

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Vineyard in North Carolina
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South Carolina and vines

Publié le par Philippe Josse

South Carolina and vines

South Carolina and vines

In south of the United States, South Carolina State, with its capital Columbia, is surrounded by Georgia to the west and south, North Carolina to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the east.

He is one of the Thirteen Colonies that founded the United States after the Independence War, Its population is 4,625,364 inhabitants and an area of ​​82,965 km2.

The territory is inhabited since 1562 by French settlers Huguenots, who create the city of Charlesfort.

Rebels during the American Revolution and established his own government in 1776. In 1777, its became the first state to sign the Articles of Confederation.

The state is frequently hit by tornadoes and tropical cyclones during the summer months. Due to its humid subtropical climate

Who says Southern, says Plantations! Those in South Carolina, they are rice, indigo and tobacco, do not enjoy the reputation of Louisiana and Mississippi. Yet a visit is often exciting for the historical value, their decor and Southerner intact atmosphere.

They also found some vineyards, which are the numbers of 16 for almost 90 references, despite an extremely hot and humid Subtropical climate.

Among which were found varietals: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Carlos, Carmenere, Chardonnay, Chambourcin, Chenin Blanc Chianti-Red, Gewürztraminer, Malbec, Meritage, Merlot, Merlot Rosé, Merlot-White,Red Muscadine, Muscadine-White, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sangiovese-Red, Sauvignon Blanc, Seyval Blanc, Syrah, Viognier, Zinfandel

As well us found some wines from traditional method, some assemblies White wine and Red wine and berry wines such as: Blackberry-Wine, Cranberry-Wine, Elderberry Wine-Mango-Wine, and Raspberry Wine-and-Sherry Wine.

True wine region, South Carolina produces wine from many fruits which gives a dry wine production, semi-dry and sweet wines. Most dry wines are from grape varietals, while sweet wines are from fruit wines.

The long history of South Carolina agriculture is continually growing, with the emergence of new areas.

The varied topography, mountains across the Piedmont at Lowcountry offers variety, soil structures that provide many opportunities for producers to create new surprising varieties of wines grown locally.

The producers of South Carolina are often family farms operating an orchard, a vineyard and their shops to sell their apples, cider or wine on the north and south of South Carolina.

Located a short drive from downtown Charleston you can initially discovered vineyards for a free wine tasting on a weekend.

You will not have to go far in the country to find a cellar and the best of South Carolina, and its wine tradition.

All wines are available for your pleasure in tasting dry, semi-dry and fruity versions specialty production in South Carolina, as well as traditional wines grown in the state.

Discover the flavors of the South, in the wines and products of that country vineyards without forgotten.

The inner Piedmont in the Appalachian borders demonstrated simplicity and a very typical rural spirit of the region. On the Georgia’s border.

Green tourism destination, South Carolina is with jungle landscapes and features of subtropical mangrove swamp in the hinterland, and the resting alligators and long beaches such as the Grand Strand (97 km long) on ​​which you can see sea turtles.

The Congaree National Park is a green environment and tranquility. You can walk on foot or go around by canoe: a popular activity for children.

South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
South Carolina and vines
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Some vine in Alabama

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Some vine in Alabama

Some vine in Alabama

Alabama: State of South America. With for capital Montgomery, is surrounded by the Mississippi to the west, Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida to the south, and an access to the shores of Gulf of Mexico.

The state takes its name from the tribe of Alabamas, related to Creeks, who lived in the high Alabama Valley.

More mountainous northern Alabama, with Tennessee creates a wide valley that forms many rivers, lakes and hills. At an altitude of 550 meters in the Appalachian Mountains, northeast with the highest point, Mount Cheaha rising to 774 meters, but majority of its area is a plain that slopes gently down to the Mississippi and the Mobile Bay.

Climate is humid subtropical with an average annual temperature of 18 ° C higher in the south of state, on the shores of Gulf of Mexico, while the northern part of the state in the Appalachian region, is slightly cooler, with rainfall throughout the year.

Alabama is also prone to cyclones and hurricanes, which discharge a significant amount of rain. with the far north who knows nearly 60 thunderstorm days per year.

Despite extremely hot and humid, we find the also some vineyards, which are the numbers of 15, with nearly 80 references.

Among which were found varietals: Muscadine, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Cayuga-White, Red Chambourcin, Chardonel, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Marshal Foch, Malbec, Merlot, Red-Muscadine, Muscadine-White, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Gris, Petite Syrah, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sangiovese, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Seyval Blanc, Sylvaner, Zinfandel, Traminette, Viognier, Vidal Blanc, and some fruit wines.

When you think Alabama, the wine is not the first thought that comes to mind, but the North Alabama has a wide variety of wineries, quite close to each other that allow you to visit several in a day and getting experience with a long weekend in a region that will amaze you.

Great wine and hospitality of Alabama mountain. Start your visit to Birmingham and head north on Interstate 59 in Gadsden. Then Take Highway 431 towards the first vineyards.

All Vineyards hosts wine tastings and allow the purchase of bottles Whether you enjoy the time for a picnic and spend the day in a pleasant Region, or there is a world adventure around each vine in North Alabama with this area, be prepared to discover a new wine country.

A day in the country of Alabama wine, you will enjoy traditional wines from the south. Break up the day with a good meal along the way, stopping in a Bed and Breakfast or hotel in the area.

Alabama also has dining options that true gourmets will find both original and fun.

Lakeland will give you an opportunity to discover an ideal fishing area. Whether you are an advanced fisherman or just a rookie willing and ready to throw your first line, the North Alabama is the place to discover. The eight lakes well stocked with a wide variety of fish. In some land scapes breathtaking.

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Some vine in Alabama
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Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
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Some vine in Alabama
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Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
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Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
Some vine in Alabama
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