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Save 6 Trees while Enjoying Delicious Sauvignon Blanc

1 month ago threadsandvino 6
So I know I’m a little late for Earth Day but it’s also “Thirsty Thursday” and I’m enjoying a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc that when purchased saves 6 trees! Not many of you may know this about me…. but I used to rock a hat that said “Tree Hugger” on it so this winery really Read More

Rainy Days Call For Delicious Rose´

12 months ago threadsandvino 0
I was a little skeptical to try wine from a can but this is super tasty. It reminds me of a dry rose´ bubbles but without the bubbles. Very well balanced. Notes of citrus, strawberry, and peaches. The perfect summer rose´! Wine Via: Union Wine Company #pinkiesdown #imbuyingacase #yeswayrose #drinkpink Read More

Hello Wine Angels! Interview for Naked Wines Fantasy Winemaker

2 years ago threadsandvino 0
If you are a Naked Wines Angel then please Vote For Us to win the Winemaker Fantasy!! And if you aren’t a Naked Wines Angel you should be! It is a great company and collective group of creative winemakers bringing you fantastic wines from all around the world! Thanks for voting! Cheers! 🙂 Read More

Lanza-Musto Malbec is “Best of Class”

2 years ago threadsandvino 0
According to WineJudging.com our 2014 Wooden Valley Malbec, made with Lanza-Musto Grapes is “Best of Class“. Congratulations to the Lanza-Musto and Wooden Valley Winery Team! Any Home Winemakers entering their 2014 Lanza-Musto Malbec’s in the competitions this year? You might end up with a “Best in Show” Read More

Great Items on Sale from A Beautiful Mess

3 years ago threadsandvino 0
I absolutely adore the girls over at A Beautiful Mess. Their iPhone App changed my life. It’s like having a mini photoshop on your phone. It’s been great for my work and play instagram accounts. I would highly suggest downloading it today!! Their online shop has so many lovely items. They offer online classes and Read More

Wines of Paso Robles

3 years ago threadsandvino 3
Paso Robles is one of California’s emerging AVAs. It has grown from a sleepy town to a high end wine growing and wine producing region. Winemaking on the Central Coast began when the Franciscan Friars traveled through California establishing Missions. The Missionaries started planting grapes in 1790. You can still see these vines growing today. Read More