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5 Black-Owned California Wineries to Visit Instead of the Wine Train - Clutch Magazine

Black owned Vineyards

Stephen Sterling, whose family founded Esterlina Vineyards & Winery in Mendocino, California in 2001 - my favorite in Mendocino County!

A must-read for summer travelers! How to pack the perfect carry-on | @halliekwilson

A must-read for holiday travelers! How to pack the perfect carry-on. Using the Lo & Sons OMG bag as the personal carry on

Owner of Theopolis Vineyards.

9 Amazing Black-Owned Wineries and Vineyards You Probably Don’t Know About

Theodora Lee aka Theo-Patra, queen of the Vineyards! Trial Lawyer/Founder Theopolis Vineyards in Yorkville Highlands, CA.

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Global Living Costs Map -- I have lived in the most expensive country in the world and the lowest cost of living country! talk about contrasts! living abroad tips, living abroad with kids

Velo Vino Winery - Bike friendly winery.  Founded by the the owner of Clif Bar.

Napa Wineries by Bike

There were challenges: potholes, steep hills, unflatteringly tight bike shorts. But on their biking and wine tasting tour of Napa Valley, writer Daniel Duane and his ultra-competitive wife overcame them all in pursuit of great wine and food.

Good tips and reminders no matter what your skill level! How to Take Better Travel Photos - Tips from the Pros

Good tips and reminders no matter what your skill level! How to Take Better Travel Photos - Tips from the Pros Paper Planes

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My (Current) Ultimate List of Travel Movies

My (Current) Ultimate List of Travel Movies 28 films that will inspire wanderlust

Chris Travers, part owner of Mayacamas Vineyards - whose stone winery was built in 1889 by John Henry Fisher atop 2,000-foot Mount Veeder - inspects a 1991 Cabernet Sauvignon. Photo: Jason Henry, Special To The Chronicle

Legacy of Napa wine pioneers endures

Chris Travers, part owner of Mayacamas Vineyards - whose stone winery was built in 1889 by John Henry Fisher atop Mount Veeder - inspects a 1991 Cabernet Sauvignon. Photo: Jason Henry, Special To The Chronicle

Chateau Hough, one of the first American vineyards set on reclaimed urban land, was started in 2010 with a $15,000 grant from the city and about $8,000 of Frazier’s own cash. Frazier’s main objectives were to beautify the lot across from his house (hopefully raising its value) and help out parolees, who often have trouble finding work. But he also wanted to see if Cleveland’s most notorious neighborhood could maybe make a pretty damn good wine.

How A Winery is Transforming Cleveland’s Most Notorious Neighborhood

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