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Heidi Butzine, author and senior editor at Wineopolis Press, is going to do a little celebrating and it will certainly involve wine as this month marks the one-year anniversary of the Wineopolis® Wine-travel Guidebook series. Since releasing the first book on Amazon twelve months ago, Wineopolis has over 8,000 Facebook fans, a few hundred readers […]
The wonderful pink salmon colors of this wine from the Rhone Valley add to its aesthetic appeal as a true French rosé. The first sniff reveals terroir notes of rocky mineral soils balanced with floral rose petal-like qualities. If you could smell a warm spring day in a wine this may be it.
For some, Earth Day means that they may clean their local beaches, get involved with a local tree planting, a habitat preservation society or drive to a fair of some kind to learn more about being green. Beyond these activities, you may want to take a look at some of the things you may already be doing to make an impact every day.
You might be more eco-conscious than you think!
Our Senior Editor, Heidi Butzine was asked to be interviewed for Grape Encounters Radio with host David Wilson.
Listen to the interview where she shares some of her own wine experiences, talks about her passion and provides inspiration for others to learn about wine.
So, you’ve misplaced your saber and now you’re wondering how you’re going to open that bottle of bubbly without shooting your eye out tonight. Here are 5 tips on popping the cork (and pouring) like a pro!
It’s been a while since my last post here at the Bliss Blog. For the past few months, I have been working on some exciting new developments and I can’t wait to share them with my fellow wine lovers very soon!!!
Mother Nature is shining on Texas vineyards this year. Thanks to a great Spring with no frost, just the right balance of moisture and low temperatures, Texas wine makers are enjoying a fantastic year.
It was last month during a road trip to Napa when I learned to never again question the motives of my sometimes confused, often snippy navigation system (I call her ‘Nav’). Sure it provides directions, but it just might lead you to a fantastic experience! As we trekked through wine country on assignment […]
A change in the season is a reason to try new wines al fresco; features white bordeaux and a very young malbec.