California’s Wine Institute Releases a Book



(San Francisco, CA) For wineries that are located in the State of California, U.S.A., the Wine Institute is an invaluable and tremendously powerful organization.  For example, it is well respected for its ability to help California wineries with export sales.  This effort is for wine markets in twenty foreign countries.  The effort usually involves promotional campaigns, and, the development of the wine purchasing market.  In order to do the previous, the Wine Institute maintains trade offices in 13 of those 20 foreign countries.  Recently, the Wine Institute announced that, it has released a book.  The book is entitled, Wine Country Table:  With Recipes that Celebrate California’s Sustainable Harvest.  The effort keeps true, to its mission of advocating for California’s wineries.  Officially, the book’s author is Janet Fletcher.  The photographs are the courtesy of Robert Holmes and Sara Remington.  The release date is the month of April, of the year 2019.  The expected price is $45.00 USD.
             The $45 dollar price, which can be paid in April 2019, is for 300 color photographs and 352 pages.  Additionally, Wine Country Table:  With Recipes that Celebrate California’s Sustainable Harvest, is published by Rizzoli New York.  Continuing with, the Wine Institute, the aforementioned was originally established in the year 1934.  Since then, the Wine Institute has truly transformed into a first-class, public policy advocacy group.  Almost 1,000 California wineries are members, along with, businesses that have a connection to California’s wine industry.  The effort of its public policy advocacy remains the same.  The latter; is a public policy that results in responsible production, consumption and enjoyment of wine.  In order to accomplish the stated end result; it advocates for favorable public policies at the state, federal and international levels of government.  The Wine Institute, also aims at economically enhancing the business well being, of the member wineries.
            Continuing with the book entitled, Wine Country Table:  With Recipes that Celebrate California’s Sustainable Harvest, it attempts to offer compelling stories.  These stories are also coupled with, 50 recipes.  These 50 recipes are intended to showcase, the diversity of California’s wine and wine producing regions.  In reference to the aforementioned, it is the essence of California’s wine country.  At its heart, California’s wine country, is driven by an effort to be a region of sustainable produce.  The book, Wine Country Table:  With Recipes that Celebrate California’s Sustainable Harvest, takes the reader to 23 farms or wineries of California’s wine country.  At these 23 farms, sustainable practices are highlighted, as the future of a responsible California wine industry.  The following eight farms are profiled in this book:  Couture Farms (Asparagus); Enzo Olive Oil Company; Hilltop & Canyon Farms (Avocados and Citrus); Henderson Family Farms (Pears); J. Marchini Farms (Figs); Lodi Farming (Cherries); Resendiz Brothers (Cut Flowers) and Taylor Brothers Farms (Dried Plums).  The following fifteen wineries are profiled in this book; Cakebread Cellars, Cambria Estate Vineyard & Winery, Chamisal Vineyards, Concannon Vineyard, Domaine Carneros, Francis Ford Coppola Winery, Handley Cellars, Heringer Estates, Palumbo Family Vineyards, Ridge Vineyards, Scheid Vineyards, Six Sigma Winery, Tablas Creek Vineyard, The Lucas Winery and Turley Wine Cellars.   
            To end; the book includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert recipes.  The effort of the recipes, is the highlight of the ingredient, as important to the California kitchen.  For example the following recipes attempt to do the previously said; Golden State Granola, Frittata with Broccoli Rabe and Sheep Cheese, Lamb Meatballs with Artichokes and Olives, Stir Fried Skirt Steak with Chinese Broccoli and Shiitake and lastly Roasted Tomato Soup with Tortilla Crisps.  As previously stated, the Wine Institute recently announced that, it has released a book.  The book is entitled, Wine Country Table:  With Recipes that Celebrate California’s Sustainable Harvest.  The effort keeps true, to its mission of advocating for California’s wineries.  Officially, the book’s author is Janet Fletcher.  The photographs are the courtesy of Robert Holmes and Sara Remington.  The release date is the month of April, of the year 2019.  The expected price is $45.00 USD.  For this price, the reader receives stories and 50 recipes.  Lastly, these 50 recipes are intended to showcase, the diversity of California’s wine and wine producing regions.

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04/03/2019

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