If You GoWhat: Divine Wine and Dine – Five-Course Tapas Meal with Wine PairingsIf you’re planning a trip to California wine country for harvest this year or just knocking the trip off of your “bucket list” make sure you budget some time to explore Sonoma County. This incredible region lies just to the west of Napa Valley and is an easy day trip from San Francisco. Sonoma County’s history began in 1812 when Russian colonists planted the first grapes along the coast.
Baleen plates and skin were collected from animals stranded or biopsied in Australia between 2007 and 2013. All but animal D06, a neonate, were classified as adults at the time of collection. Collection and sample details are given in Table S1. These animals belong to both the east (E1) and west (D) coast migrating populations38. Baleen and skin samples obtained from necropsied whales were preserved in scientific and museum collections until requested for analyses.
If You GoWhat: Poolside Wine Academy tasting – New Zealand and Australia winesWhere: Youngstown Country Club (event open to the public)This feature is part of the continuing series on my travels to the wine regions of New Zealand and Australia. This month is focused on Marlborough, New Zealand’s most well-known region and home to the now famous sauvignon blanc that so many Americans love.
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Selecting a term
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