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Wine News / April 26, 2018

Moscato is Magical

For all of our Moscato lovers out there and all you soon-to-be Moscato lovers, we created this infographic above outlining all the fabulous qualities of this magical grape. Click the image for a downloadable pdf.Pair Moscato with creamy and light cheeses, cured meats, spicy cuisine, sweets and…

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Wine News / May 6, 2014

May is for Moscato

Spring is swinging, May is for Moscato and we thought you’d like to get to know the wine of the moment just a little bit better. So Ms. Moscato…aren’t you just the sweetest thing! Tell us, where do you come from?As the Muscat wine variety, I…

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Wine News / March 9, 2020

Women in Wine History… the Champagne Widows

UPDATE: We wrote an updated version of this topic in a more recent post. Read “Women in Wine History – Facts About the Champagne Widows.”Did you know that the French word for widow is veuve? You may have seen this word on a Champagne label—and maybe you’ve wondered…

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Entertain/Food, Wine News / February 11, 2014

Wines Women Love to Sip for Romance

Feeling a little Racy or Romantic this week? Create an unforgettable experience with the perfect wine and chocolate pairing!Depending on the chocolate you love to nibble on, there’s a perfect wine pairing for each sweet little snack. Here are our recommendations for pairing wine with chocolate: Plan on…

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Wine News / February 7, 2014

Wine as Part of a “New Year. New You.” Way of Life

We kicked off 2014 with our “New Year. New You.” motto driving our food and exercise choices, but you know we still have to make room for wine. After all, this is the Wine Sisterhood. Are we right?With our fellow Wine Sisters in mind, we created the healthy snack…

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Videos, Wine News / February 10, 2014

TODAY Show features Wine Sisterhood Wines!

Wine Sisterhood Courageous Cabernet Sauvignon was featured on the TODAY Show this morning on a segment about wines that give back. Watch the video above!In the video, our good friend and fabulous Wine Sister Leslie Sbrocco and Ray Isle, Executive Wine Editor at Food & Wine Magazine, chat about…

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Wine News / November 6, 2013

Gewürztraminer: Funny Name. Yummy Wine

We are much closer to red wine weather than white wine winter, but there’s one white wine that comes to my mind when autumn rolls around and that’s Gewürztraminer. Aromas and flavors often described as honey, pumpkin spice, cinnamon, apricot, pear and rose seem perfectly suited to…

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Wine News / October 15, 2013

Harvest 2013 at Laurel Glen Vineyards

Hey Wine Sisters…ever wondered how the grapes make it into the bottle and to your dinner table? Wine Sister Bettina Sichel, proprietor of Laurel Glen Vineyard in Sonoma and winemaker Randall Watkins take us through the process from picking to pressing. Bettina is the fifth generation of the Sichel…

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Wine News / August 9, 2013

Behind the Grape: Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio (also known as Pinot Gris), is one of America’s most popular white grape varieties. Thought to be a mutant clone of Pinot Noir, the grapes are typically blue-grey in color; hence the name “gris” which means grey in French or “grigio” in Italian.  The color of…

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Wine News / July 26, 2013

Wine 101: South Africa

For an area with lesser-known, but up-and-coming wines, you may be surprised to hear that South Africa has been producing wines for more than 350 years! While you may have skipped over wines with Pinotage or Chennin written on the label, we hope that after reading this…

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Wine News / May 30, 2013

Prost! A Toast to Austrian Wines

“Austria makes wine?” It’s the reaction I got from multiple friends I invited over recently for an Austrian wine tasting. “Of course! For centuries.” I replied. “AND really nice ones I think you’ll enjoy. The choices will surprise you.”Truth is, I too didn’t know Austria produced…

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Wine News / March 21, 2013

The Beauty of Burgundy

Burgundy is one of the most well known wine regions in France. The region’s name alone is highly respected. The wines from this eastern region are also called “Burgundies” and come with many characteristics that are thought of as some of the most exclusive wines in the world. Although…

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