Wine History

CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: November 19th, 2012
Wine Oh TV Native American Wine Long before Christopher Columbus came to The Americas, Native Americans were living off the land and surviving for centuries off of what Mother Nature gave them. They survived on animals and plants that were indigenous and learned to survive with the food that they were able forage, including grapes. Grapes are a indigenous plant found
CATEGORY: News & Events, Wine 101   |   DATE: November 12th, 2012
Wine Oh TV American Grapes Prior to Christopher Columbus making his way to The Americas, Native Americans roamed these great lands. They survived living off the land by hunting, fishing, and foraging for edible plants, berries, and nuts. While there is no record of Native Americans making wine, they did have the capability to do so because wild grapes were
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country   |   DATE: October 2nd, 2012
Wine Oh TV Champagne Celebrating in Champagne In this wine video, Monique Soltani shows us what it’s like to celebrate in style in the Champagne region of France. For her award-winning channel Wine Oh TV, Monique Soltani  heads to the Champagne region of France and gives us an inside look at two of the world’s most famous Champagne Houses.
CATEGORY: News & Events   |   DATE: March 29th, 2012
Repeal 18th Amendment It might be well into spring but a few months ago, an important date in history slowly slipped by without any announcements, ceremonies, or festivities. January 16th came and went without even a mention.  Ninety-two years ago, the 18th Amendment, named the Volstead Act, was repealed before the US Congress on January 16th, 1920.  Prior
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country, Women in Wine   |   DATE: March 26th, 2012
Historic Wineries of California: Far Niente Winery Far Niente Winery was first founded in 1885, but took on its true form in 1979 when a couple from Oklahoma found their wine oasis in Oakville. Gil and Beth Nickel rescued and restored the historic estate and mastered their mission of making it a world class winery
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country   |   DATE: December 8th, 2011
Historic Wineries of California: Buena Vista Carneros The Golden State’s deep history helps make it one of the world’s richest wine regions and the past is certainly present at Buena Vista Carneros.  The Sonoma staple is a California Historic Landmark with a past dating back to the mid-1800’s.  In this video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique