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CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: September 28th, 2012
Wine Oh TV Oktoberfest German Wines For sixteen days, beginning in late September until the first weekend in October, one of the world’s largest fairs invites 6 million people to celebrate Oktoberfest.  Held in Munich, Germany people from around the globe travel to the festival to drink over 2 million gallons of beer and snack on Schweinebraten (roast port),Würstl  (sausages), Sauerkraut
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country   |   DATE: September 20th, 2012
Wine Oh TV Pinot on the River The Place for Pinot For wine loving people on the pursuit for Pinot Noir we have found the place to be. With over one hundred Pinot Noirs in one place, Pinot on the River is your one stop Pinot Noir spot.  In this wine video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani makes a Grape Escape along
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country   |   DATE: September 6th, 2012
Grape to Glass It’s official the 2012 wine harvest is here, and when wine harvest hits it’s one of the most important part of the winemaking process.  As every winemaker will tell you the secret to great wine starts with great grapes. In this wine video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani makes a Grape Escape
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country   |   DATE: August 23rd, 2012
Autumn Wines in the Air Labor Day weekend is right around the corner and the holiday weekend signifies the end of light summer wines and the start of bigger and bolder wine buys.  With the switch of seasons only a few weeks away, we are giving you your fill of some of our favorite wines
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: August 20th, 2012
Wine Oh TV 2012 Wine Blog Awards Winner The 2012 Wine Blog Awards were presented yesterday during the Wine Bloggers Conference in Portland Oregon. Winners in nine categories were announced including www.wineoh.tv for Best Original Video or Photography on a Wine Blog. Monique Soltani’s Wine Blog, www.wineoh.tv and eight other wine bloggers were honored in nine categories ranging from Best New Wine Blog
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: August 14th, 2012
There is no shortage of students lining up to study wine. Some use wine education to pursue new careers, add to a resume, or to improve foundation skills necessary to refine their ability to taste. Sorting through the most appropriate route or class can be a daunting task; classes and certification programs are pricy and