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Join us Saturday, April 10th at 11am for our third annual Blessing of the Vines.  This age old celebration of spring is an event you won’t want to miss.  Father Troy Beecham will lead the celebration of spring, new life, and renewal. Immediately following the Blessing of the Vines, join us in the winery for a Prosecco reception.

There is no charge to attend.  Make sure to complete you wine country outing with lunch at Le Vigne!

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Check out this wonderful story in the Washington Post.  Wines from all around our great country are growing in popularity!

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/story/2010/02/23/ST2010022302010.html

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I’m so glad Americans are starting to explore wines from the “other 46″ states! Believe it or not, all 50 states now have at least one bonded winery.

Check out and follow this great blog if your’re interested in learning more about wines from outside the top 4 states producing wine! 

http://theother46.com/2010/02/21/quality-over-quantity/

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Amazing Food Review

I love having food critics visit our restaurant, Le Vigne.  Most can’t believe a restaurant this far outside the perimeter can dazzle and amaze.

Check out the most recent review from our Valentine’s Day dinner at Montaluce at http://www.chowdownatlanta.com/best-dinner-le-vigne-monteluce-winery/

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It’s wintertime and a great time for the Perfect comfort food dish: Chef Hartman’s BERKSHIRE PORK CHOP (Collard greens, heirloom peas, “smoked” apple).  I enjoyed this dish recently and it’s well worth the drive to Montaluce!

Even better? Try it with a Montaluce wine and make the winter woes go away!

Check out Chef Hartman’s bl0g for updates on the menu, dining, and news from the kitchen at http://levignekitchen.blogspot.com

ps- Coming soon….Le Vigne will be hosting whole animal feasts every Sunday. Check back for a full spring schedule of whole animal dinners by Chef Steven Hartman. Would love to hear your feedback on proteins to include in this nose-to-tail dining experience.

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Make sure to catch the upcoming episode of Georgia Traveler!  The episode will feature luxury destinations in Georgia including The Cloister, The Ritz Carlton,  and Montaluce Winery.

The episode is set to air Friday, February 12th at 9pm and Saturday, February 13th at 7pm.

More information available at http://www.gpb.org/georgiatraveler/307

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Montaluce is proud to be a sponsor of the 2010 Georgia Organics Conference in Athens, Ga.  This year’s event includes 70+ presenters, farm tours, exhibitors, and more. This is definately an event you’ll want to attend.

Make sure to check out all the details at http://www.georgiaorganics.org/conference/

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View SavoryExposure’s blog posting at 

http://www.savoryexposure.com/2010/02/montaluce-vineyards-le-vigne-ristorante/

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Dan, the Iowa Wino, has a nice review of our 2008 Montaluce Chardonnay.  Check it out at 

http://crwinenuts.blogspot.com/2010/02/2008-montaluce-chardonnay-from-georgia.html

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Another wonderful posting by a great local foodie!  Check this post out.

http://bit.ly/bThuFG

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