ALISOS CANYON AVA
Alisos Canyon AVA becomes an AVA within Santa Barbara County in Central Coast, California. Located in a "Goldilocks Rhone Zone", 24.5 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean.
The hangover, medically known as veisalgia, derived from the Norwegian kveis (uneasiness following debauchery) and Greek algia (pain) is a bit of a mystery. There is not a solid answer on why hangovers occur, however, below are the most common findings.
A common misconception about kosher products is that they are made differently than non-kosher products. Kosher products are produced the same as non-Kosher products, where the difference comes in to play, is in the handling.
NEW AVAS FOR WASHINGTON STATE
Washington State received numerous new AVAs including Goose Gap AVA, The Burn of Columbia Valley AVA, White Bluffs AVA, Royal Slope AVA, and Candy Mountain AVA.
PALOS VERDES PENINSULA AVA
Palos Verdes Peninsula AVA becomes an AVA within Los Angeles County in Southern California
Ruster Ausbruch becomes a DAC on the western bank of Lake Neusiedlersee in Burgenland, Austria.
Sulfites are a natural bi-product of fermentation that is present in all wine. Sulfites are a common antioxidant and preservative found in many commonly consumed foods.
TEHACHAPI MOUNTAINS AVA
Tehachapi Mountains becomes an AVA within California, just south of Bakersfield. This high elevation AVA is capable of wine grape growing due to warming winds from the Mojave Desert (east) and San Joaquin Valley (west).
An index that classifies the climate of winemaking region based on growing degree days. The amount of degree days over 50°F, during the growing season, April 1st to October 31st in the northern hemisphere and October 1 to April 30 in the southern hemisphere. For each degree over 50°F the region received one degree day. This number is then added and the sum indicated the climate zone for the region: