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Brad and Angelina Divorce – So Who Gets Their Miraval Winery?

Brad and Angelina Divorce – So Who Gets Their Miraval Winery?

It’s official: Brangelina is over. But before you ask what happened and why, let’s focus on the more important question at hand: who gets the winery? Chateau Miraval, AKA, Brangelina Estate, is situated in Correns, France, in the heart of Provence. The estate covers a whopping 500 hectares in the south of France, sprawling over […]

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How A Winery Gets Designed

How A Winery Gets Designed

It only takes one drive through Napa to see why the region is known for its beauty: between patches of grapevines, mansions and castles rise and glittering fountains welcome visitors into lush gardens and tasting rooms. But there’s more than Beaux-Arts flare to these massive facades, which double as functioning wineries.

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13 Adorable Winery Cats

13 Adorable Winery Cats

One thing that unites “dog people” and “cat people”—being “wine people.” Which is why we’re doing a feline follow-up to our catalogue of the 14 Winery Pooches To Melt Your Heart. Now where a winery dog might reasonably be expected to perform some particular function on the winery or vineyard grounds—keeping the vineyard manager company, […]

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14 Winery Pooches To Melt Your Heart

14 Winery Pooches To Melt Your Heart

And you thought wineries couldn’t get any better…Meet, the winery dog. AKA vineyard dog. AKA informal mascot, pest control, guest greeter, and general keeper-of-things-cool. A lot of wineries have them, for reasons practical (killing moles that dig into their soil) and adorable (‘nuf said), and we wanted to celebrate them. Because, well, dogs. Turns out […]

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We Tried Some Bottles From Donald Trump’s Virginia Winery

We Tried Some Bottles From Donald Trump’s Virginia Winery

In the rolling hills of Virginia, not far from the University he designed and founded, Thomas Jefferson made repeated attempts to grow vitis vinifera, meaning European grape varieties. After traveling in France, the Statesman had fallen in love with elegant wine, and was determined to plant the nation’s first vineyards. But the humid climate, and […]

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