DiscoverCaliforniaWines.com Debuts New Lifestyle Content
DiscoverCaliforniaWines.com new lifestyle content provides visitors worldwide a visually stunning experience of California, its iconic landmarks, rural vistas, seasonal cuisine, and active, sustainable lifestyle that are intimately linked to its wines.
Learn about the state’s wine regions, search a database of wineries statewide by name, 33 regions and sub-regions, 29 wine varieties and different winery amenities, such as art displays, gardens, unique architecture, tours, concerts, restaurants, picnic areas and more.
A customized search in the site’s winery directory allows a visitor to find wineries that make Zinfandels in Paso Robles, Pinot Noirs in Sonoma County or Petite Sirahs in Napa Valley. Another search by amenity could bring up wineries with tours in the Sierra Foothills or art displays in Santa Barbara. Each winery listing provides pertinent visitor information, including a link to the winery website and whether the tasting room is public, by appointment or closed to the public.
DiscoverCaliforniaWines.com also provides a basic primer on some of California’s popular wine varietals and their flavor profiles, along with food and wine pairing suggestions, and a monthly California cuisine recipe. There is information on how to read a California wine label, how wine is grown and made and how to select, taste and serve wine.
Search for dozens of special winery events throughout California on the website. The events section brings up listings by date and by the region and includes events in California as well as highlights California Wine events taking place throughout the world.
Another section of DiscoverCaliforniaWines.com describes a major trend in California—sustainable winegrowing, and the industry’s strong commitment to measure the adoption of earth-friendly practices and expand them over time through educational workshops. For environmental enthusiasts, this section provides a detailed look at the widespread effort of California wineries and winegrape growers to go green.