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This wine tastes like Justin Timberlake

We decided to sit next to the red watered fountain on a terrace with black parasols. The harvest festival of Mendoza, Argentinas wine region, was in full bloom and that meant wine tastings, beauty pageants and water with red colour in it. 646 more words


The Heat Is On!

Headshot courtesy of Emma Smith/emmaandjosh.com

Hey guys! It’s official…

Our very own ACF-CASA web services liaison, Jonathan Revies, will once again be competing in the charity cooking competition at the annual Southern Arizona Wine Growers Festival. 139 more words

Atmosphere: Early spring

River fog rises each morning

obscuring light leaving shadows

silver threads weave secrets hiding

magical mystery delighting.

Horizon in dark relief

against bruised sky opening… 39 more words

Tomorrow we start

The wooden pieces have been put together and the frames are formed and ready to go. They look so insignificant in comparison to the vision, which I suppose is the point really. 163 more words

What gives wine its taste? (We heard it's on the grapevine...)

Wine connoisseurs, or oenophiles, possess a seemingly endless vocabulary for describing their tipples of choice. To the uninitiated, it may sound like they are describing an entire gourmet meal, or even a good friend, but this is not just make-believe: those in the know can sometimes pinpoint not just the country or region a wine came from, but the exact vineyard. 764 more words

Environmental Microbiology

Visiting the Sula Vineyard in Nashik.

The area around Nashik is famous for its agricultural activities, growing produce such as grapes, onions and tomatoes. Before the area started producing wine, its grapes were already being exported to various parts of the world. 345 more words

The Journey

a weekend away

We had a torturous Thursday when our flights to Kashmir were cancelled. we headed back home sad, disheartened and heartbroken. It was our first wedding anniversary and had wanted to do something special. 678 more words