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Underground Cellar: new #wine marketplace, win a #winecation!

As mentioned previously on these vinous epages, the Lady and I have happily ensconced ourselves back in the wine country of our roots.  Our move to #NapaMode has been just about as cool as anyone might ever dream...yes, living in one of the most beautiful places in the world, point zero for #wine & #foodie heaven definitely has its benefits, I won't blathe.  One thing that we've come to learn in this fine place is that you can't get anything DONE during the weekends, however!  Apparently, when one is surrounded by beautiful land to traverse by bike, foot, or DeLorean; wine to sip and food to savor, you just kinda want to do that every day that you're not in the grind.  Huh...who'da thunk? ;-)

That said...what if you were here on a vacation...that's free...and filled with free food & wine activities? Why, a #winecation is just the antidote for getting your guilt-free glutton-on! The new wine marketplace Underground Cellar (FB, Tw) has you covered!

More details after the leap!

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An interesting piece of news crossed my vino desk this week, coming to us from the Ovation (FB, Tw, YT) cable television network.  "The Art of" series, covering the bleeding edge of non-traditional art,  is in its third season on Ovation. The new season will cover a topic near and dear to Vinopanion - WineLog.net: wine country.  "The Art Of": Wine Country" will premiere this Sunday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m. ET. This half hour episode will cover the intersection of #food, #wine, and of course #art within the context of our very own wine country.  Longtime Vinopanion favorites Artesa Vineyard and Winery will be featured, alongside Sonoma Valley Lasseter Family Winery (WL, FB, Tw) and famed Napa farm to fork chef pioneer, Cindy Pawlcyn (FB, Tw). Check it out this weekend!  #theartof   Artesa Vineyards and Winery (WL, FB, Tw, YT, P) wines reviewed by Vinopanion's WineLog:  Artesa Napa Valley Estate Reserve Pinot Read on...

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What do a bottle of wine & an oil painting have in common? The winemaker uses a palette of grapes for his or her canvas, while the painter uses tubes of color. Both rise to the level of Fine Art when done right. These two worlds joined forces at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, established in 1805. It is the oldest art museum and school in the nation. PAFA's world class educational program and impressive collection of American art partnered with the Consorzio Del Vino Nobile Di Montepulciano, whose mandate is to protect & promote the DOCG wines from that region in Tuscany. In 1530 the cellarman for Pope Paul III describes Montepulciano wines as "Vino Perfectissimo". Situated next to Chianti & Brunello, Vino Nobile has the structure & elegance to make some of the best Sangiovese based wines in the world. Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is made Read on...

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