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Toast the New Year with Sparkling Wines from Around the World

If a region produces wine, then chances are exceptional that it will also try its hand at crafting a sparkling wine in some form or fashion. We’ve rounded up our favorite renditions of sparkling wine from a variety of countries to toast New Year’s Eve with an international flare.  Continue reading Toast the New Year with Sparkling Wines from Around the World

Best Bets for Budget Wedding Bubbly

When it comes to wedding day wine picks, many couples are scouting for good (cheap) bubbles to raise their glasses in the traditional toast. There’s no doubt that Champagne is often the first stop on the wedding wine train, but for savvy, budget-bound folks, there are plenty of solid sparkling wine options that cost significantly less than classic French Champagne. Enter, Crémant, Cava, and domestic sparkling wines.

Crémant: Beyond Champagne, Best Bets for Well-priced French Bubbly

Crémant wines are regionally-inspired French sparkling wines made (way) outside of the strict delineated boundaries of Champagne. Crafted in the same traditional, time-consuming method as Champagne Continue reading Best Bets for Budget Wedding Bubbly

Women in Wine: Joy Sterling

Joy Sterling, the beautiful mind and soul currently running Iron Horse Vineyards, is one of our favorite women in wine. Her parents, Barry and Audrey Sterling, built this amazing property and winery decades ago, and it continues to flourish under Joy’s leadership.

Name: Joy Sterling

Role/Position: Partner/CEO of Iron Horse Vineyards

How did you get into wine? Thanks to my family.

What is your favorite part about working in the wine industry?  The people! The wine world is wonderfully generous. Iron Horse is my passport. It takes me to many exciting places and is my introduction. Everyone is fascinated about wine. If you want to make friends, bring the wine. I also love that we are fundamentally farmers. That’s what keep us real.

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