Tasting the Transverse
A nod to the mountain ranges that create Santa Barbara County's unique and grape-friendly weather, this blog is the place to go for the latest news and information about Santa Barbara wine, winemakers, and wineries.
A reflection on the Winehound's Wine Futures event.
Santa Barbara's 2010 Art & Wine Tour invites attendees to revel in the city's best of art, wine, and food.
Renegade wine shop will pour several French wines this Friday, May 7th.
California's "oldest and most prestigious" wine competition will be accepting entries up until this Friday, May 7th.
This Friday, May 7, the winery will gather together local farmers and others for an afternoon of gastronomic glory.
Los Angeles wine shop, Wally's, will host an event that will pair Margerum's best with In-N-Out's burgers.
Los Olivos' Episcopal Church will hold first ever live wine auction to benefit the community.
The winery's "Music to Match Your Spirits" pairs music with wine.
Santa Barbara Winery screens local film, "From Ground to Glass," amidst wine, food, and local celebrities.
The winery finds more than a few reasons to host its Spring Release Party this Sunday, April 25th.
A great way to (learn about) wine, dine, and mingle with other local wine lovers.
So many wines, so little time: The gems of the Santa Barbara County Vintners' Festival
A Las Vegas Tasting Event for the Big Leagues.
The Tempranillo Advocates, Producers, and Amigos Society's Grand Tasting event will feature domestically-grown wines from Iberian varietals.
The Santa Ynez Wine Country Association will hold the 5th annual event at the Bridlewood Estate Winery on May 1.
The new Artiste tasting room will give visitors the chance to taste wines in a working art studio.
The Winehound releases the 50-page catalog for the 2010 Santa Barbara County Wine Futures Tasting.
Link to a great read about the grape that perhaps made the SB County's wine region famous, by Clos Pepe's Wes Hagen.
A Pleasant Surprise from New Zealand's Oyster Bay
An introduction to our new wine blog.